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Hello, I want to show some photos about Hamburg (Germany) and some others. The site is in german, but I think, that doesn't matter, because photos are language-independant ;-) So, take a look at [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url] Best regards Ulrich -- Photos: [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url]...

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    Hello,

    I want to show some photos about Hamburg (Germany) and some others.
    The site is in german, but I think, that doesn't matter, because
    photos are language-independant ;-)
    So, take a look at [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url]

    Best regards
    Ulrich
    --
    Photos: [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url]
    Ulrich Witte Guest

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    Ulrich,

    Great photos! Your eye for composition makes me want to visit Germany!

    Personal favorites are in Friedhof Ohlsdorf. The monument of the winged lady
    is excellent. The Schott headstone - lighting, colors, and composition are
    great. My personal taste would run to a little more focus - but it is still
    a photo that stirs emotion.

    What is up witht he skull and cross bones? Not something I'd want on my
    headstone!?

    "Ulrich Witte" <u.wittegmx.de> wrote in message
    news:bf1q66$acp53$1ID-87289.news.uni-berlin.de...
    > Hello,
    >
    > I want to show some photos about Hamburg (Germany) and some others.
    > The site is in german, but I think, that doesn't matter, because
    > photos are language-independant ;-)
    > So, take a look at [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url]
    >
    > Best regards
    > Ulrich
    > --
    > Photos: [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url]

    BillH Guest

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    Ulrich Witte wrote:
    >
    > Hello,
    >
    > I want to show some photos about Hamburg (Germany) and some others.
    > The site is in german, but I think, that doesn't matter, because
    > photos are language-independant ;-)
    > So, take a look at [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url]
    >
    > Best regards
    > Ulrich
    > --
    > Photos: [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url]
    Great stuff, specially the steam engines!
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    I used the Translate feature of [url]http://www.altavista.com[/url] to read it.
    Very nice photos, I like the closeups and plants best!

    Peter

    On 15 Jul 2003 21:03:03 GMT, "Ulrich Witte" <u.wittegmx.de> wrote:
    >Hello,
    >
    >I want to show some photos about Hamburg (Germany) and some others.
    >The site is in german, but I think, that doesn't matter, because
    >photos are language-independant ;-)
    >So, take a look at [url]http://fotos.cconin.de[/url]
    >
    >Best regards
    >Ulrich
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    On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 17:28:47 -0400, "BillH" <bill.holdercrewneck.net>
    wrote:
    >Ulrich,
    >
    >Great photos! Your eye for composition makes me want to visit Germany!
    >
    >Personal favorites are in Friedhof Ohlsdorf. The monument of the winged lady
    >is excellent. The Schott headstone - lighting, colors, and composition are
    >great. My personal taste would run to a little more focus - but it is still
    >a photo that stirs emotion.
    Perhaps a little adaptive un-sharp mask pre and post size reduction
    would help.

    I tend to slightly over sharpen my webified photos, on a lot of
    "typical web users" PC's the monitors are never very good, so a photo
    that is way oversharp on my laptop (slight halo'ing) look slightly
    more "fuzzy" and the halo's disapear on most peoples setups.

    Also a lot of non-pros have the brightness turned well up (I know from
    experience in IT) so blacks are often grey :-/

    Also the type of re-sampling also has an impact on the quality,
    photoshop has 3 different types, I test all prior to choosing one,
    then add just a little more sharpening.

    Obviously a lot of people confident enough to critisise usualy have
    good setups, sometimes even profiled, those people will notice the
    over sharpness on my site.



    To the original poster, I like the photos, very nice.
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    On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 17:28:47 -0400, in
    <1058304936.243487sj-nntpcache-3>, "BillH" <bill.holdercrewneck.net>
    said:
    >Ulrich,
    >
    >Great photos! Your eye for composition makes me want to visit Germany!
    >
    >Personal favorites are in Friedhof Ohlsdorf. The monument of the winged lady
    >is excellent.
    It's gorgeous, isn't it? I must visit my local cemetary & see if we have
    anything that can compare.
    >What is up witht he skull and cross bones? Not something I'd want on my
    >headstone!?
    Maybe the deceased was a Heavy Metal fan? ;)

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    Jim Townsend am 15 Jul 2003:
     
    >
    > You're certainly correct.. Language doesn't matter.. Great shots, I enjoyed
    > them.[/ref]

    Thank you. Maybe i'll make an english version of my site :-)

    Ulrich
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    Ulrich Guest

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    BillH am 15 Jul 2003:
     

    Thanks.
     

    Yes, the graveyard (? Friedhof) is one of my favourite series too.
    It was a cold day in february, only some persons were there and the
    light was very good.
     

    You mean "totenkopf1a.htm"? That's a very old one from the 16. century.

    Ulrich
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    Ulrich Guest

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    Paul Heslop am 16 Jul 2003:
     
    >
    > Great stuff, specially the steam engines![/ref]

    Thanks. I like old machines and engines. Some are about
    80 to 100 years old and they work and work ...

    Ulrich
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    Ulrich Guest

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    Silvio Dante am 16 Jul 2003:
     

    Thanks, i'll take a look at it.

    Gruß,
    Ulrich
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    Peter Jones am 16 Jul 2003:
     

    Yes, that's a nice feature.
     

    Thanks :-)

    Ulrich
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    Ulrich Witte wrote: 
    > >
    > > Great stuff, specially the steam engines![/ref]
    >
    > Thanks. I like old machines and engines. Some are about
    > 80 to 100 years old and they work and work ...
    >
    > Ulrich
    > --
    > http://fotos.cconin.de[/ref]

    and they still look good!
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