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Posted by
[email protected] (Granby, Québec, Canada) on 8 April 2008 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

© Marc Vaudry 2008

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À tous nos visiteurs : merci de vos commentaires !
Visitors: thank you for your comments!

Saeed from Tehran, Iran

nice shot, is it processed??? the edge of tree has a unusual light :)

8 Apr 2008 5:15am

@Saeed: I think that the unusual light is due to the HDR treatment.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Very beautiful… a nice composition.

8 Apr 2008 6:26am

@Ana Lúcia: This tower display in front and the building with its large windows at the rear draw our eye.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

This is so crisp and interesting and I love the processed finish!

8 Apr 2008 6:42am

@Michael Skorulski: I'm sure that Marc will appreciate your comment.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Illuci from Hurdegaryp, Netherlands

Great city view, well colored and balanced, one way or another a feast for the eye! Great work!

8 Apr 2008 8:02am

@Illuci: Certainly another great city view from Marc!

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

medam961 from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

This photo really is interesting. It just attracts my attention. I like the result of its processing for which all the details on the photo are outstanding. That gives the photo some special light and makes an interesting contrast against white snow carpet. I really like it.

8 Apr 2008 8:51am

@medam961: Marc succeeds well in eye catcher pictures.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Betty from New Jersey, United States

Wonderful processing!

8 Apr 2008 9:40am

@Betty: Thank you.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Marie from FRESNES, France

j'adore ce post traitement, c'est superbe.

8 Apr 2008 10:39am

@Marie: Marc nous a habitué à de superbes traitements de photos.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Patrice Bouvier from Granby, QC, Canada

Belle photo, beaucoup de travail sur les couleurs et la finition de ta photo ? Et je connais bien cette partie de ma ville et je viens d'apprendre que ce petit parc avait un nom !

Patrice Bouvier

8 Apr 2008 10:42am

@Patrice Bouvier: Marc pourra nous le confirmer mais il doit mettre beaucoup de travail sur ces photos.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Mike from Chester, United Kingdom

A surreal glow, making it a very interesting image.

8 Apr 2008 10:54am

@Mike: Thank you on behalf of Marc.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Nina from Hamburg, Germany

Sehr ausdrucksstark und klasse Farben, tolles Foto.

8 Apr 2008 11:03am

@Nina: Sie sind wahr, alles ist super.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Fantastic pp Marc, I love it.

8 Apr 2008 11:04am

@MaryB: Marc is a master at pp.
Thank you.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Suzanne Labbé from Granby, Canada

Impeccable comme toujours Marc. Bon angle ! Bravo.

8 Apr 2008 11:20am

@Suzanne Labbé: Saisissantes les photos de Marc!

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Laurent from Lyon, France

pas beaucoup de temps et pas beaucoup de photos à montrer, mais je prends cinq minutes pour retourner à Granby admirer ce très beau traitement HDR (non?) du maitre en la matière à savoir Marc.
J'apprécie beaucoup ce traitement et la composition.

8 Apr 2008 11:23am

@Laurent: Marc réussit à nous surprendre avec le HDR et surement aussi du PP.

Merci pour ton appréciation.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Craig from Vacaville, California, United States

Very interesting processing!

8 Apr 2008 12:20pm

@Craig: You're doing well to in pp.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Jean-Guy Archambault from Granby, Canada

Je m'en allais dire: "Marc, t'es le maître du HDR", mais Laurent m'a devancé. : )
Bravo Marc. Cette photo est superbe!

8 Apr 2008 1:02pm

@Jean-Guy Archambault: D'etre qualifié de maitre va surement plaire a Marc!
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Teresa Durães from Montijo, Portugal

grear photo, almost a painting

8 Apr 2008 1:32pm

@Teresa Durães: Este é um entre em fotografia e pintura!

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Peter Miller from Lichfield, United Kingdom

You certainly get about, very colourful almost HDR shot

8 Apr 2008 2:08pm

@Peter Miller: Marc is very good at pp.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

alun lambert from cheshire, United Kingdom

very good

8 Apr 2008 3:18pm

@alun lambert: Thank you.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Tracey from Baltimore, United States

I just read about how to do HDR and it was the first thing I thought of when I saw this picture. Interesting effect.

8 Apr 2008 3:39pm

@Tracey: Thanks for your comment.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Rajesh Dhankhar from New Delhi, India

i like the frame...well captured

8 Apr 2008 3:50pm

@Rajesh Dhankhar: Thanks for stopping by.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Rajesh Dhankhar from New Delhi, India

i like the frame ...well done

8 Apr 2008 3:52pm

Patrice Bouvier from Granby, QC, Canada

Une question qu'est-ce que le traitement HDR ?

Merci !

Patrice Bouvier

8 Apr 2008 4:44pm

@Patrice Bouvier: Vous pouvez créer une image HDR en utilisant plusieurs photographies, chaque prise étant effectuée avec une exposition différente.

Je trouve la suggestion de Bruno intéressante. Marc serait bien gentil de nous donner un petit topo sur les images HDR (High Dynamic Range).

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Patrice, voici quelques infos qui pourraient t'intéresser :

How to create ‘High Dynamic Range’ images using Photomatix

HDR techniques can produce images with a higher dynamic range
than they would normally get in a standard out of the camera photo.
Pete Carr shows us how to take the shots and work with the tools
to create your own HDR images.
And don't forget to check out his stunning HDR gallery.

Jetez un œil ici aussi.

gilles d.

Ina from Krugersdorp, South Africa

Well done! Lovely colors and the reflections are awesome :)

8 Apr 2008 6:23pm

@Ina: Thank you Ina! Marc is our HDR master, for more of his work have a look here and here!
[email protected] - Wolfgang

zOOm from Paris, France

Couleurs superbement contrastées !

8 Apr 2008 7:04pm

@zOOm: C'est du travail du maestro Marc!
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

danthro from Suburbia, United States

nice shot. really like the detail and color. it's a public square, but where's the public? i hope somewhere warm ;)

8 Apr 2008 7:09pm

@danthro: The people are in the public building, Marc took the shot before the employees break.

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Marie-Hélène from Morocco

J'adore ,la neige et les couleurs ,ça fait une photo très gaie !

8 Apr 2008 7:25pm

@Marie-Hélène: Merci pour ton appréciation.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Bruno from Granby, Canada

Superbe photo Marc. Les couleurs et les contrastes sont frappants. Tu devrait nous donner une petite formation sur le HDR car tu semble maitriser la technique à merveille. Organise nous ça avec Gilles là :-)

Merci de partager

8 Apr 2008 7:58pm

@Bruno: Je trouve ta suggestion intéressante Bruno.
Marc serait bien gentil de nous donner un petit topo sur les images HDR (High Dynamic Range).

[email protected] - Gilles Martineau


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standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Très belle image. Excellent travail sur les couleurs!

8 Apr 2008 8:22pm

@standley: Merci au nom de Marc.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Rabbit from Richmond, United States

wow - look at all the snow!

8 Apr 2008 8:40pm

@Rabbit: It's almost gone now, but it was good for the shot.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

Your handling of this photo and the startling clarity make it look like a painting (of sorts)... modernistic to say the least.

8 Apr 2008 9:39pm

@Earnest: Marc will suyrely love your assessment.
[email protected] - Gilles Martineau

Michael Rawluk from Prince George, Canada

That is interesting processing. A very cool effect.

9 Apr 2008 1:39am

Desparado from New Delhi, India

good one...

9 Apr 2008 4:34am

StarCosmosBleu from bedford.Qc, Canada

Impressionnant!....vraiment une superbe composition et des couleurs magnifiques..très belle effet...un très beau cachet...bravo

9 Apr 2008 7:02am

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

A very well presented shot, the photographer knew how to work on it! The poster stand is very impressive, this is what I like most here!

13 Apr 2008 7:30am

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