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Of the Blue Colour of the Sky

August 18th, 2011

A highly recognizable building of South Australian countryside. Taken on a warm Winter's day.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18, Adobe Photoshop CS5.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: Annesville
about 12 years, 3 months ago
Nice expansive setting for a desktop. It gives you a feeling of space.

Feels a bit soft to me, to the extent that it almost looks rendered. Is this an effect of post a processing?
Posted By: joejoe
about 12 years, 3 months ago
What a shot ! Loving the feel of space and liberty.
Congrats !
Posted By: gnugeek
about 12 years, 3 months ago
Looks like the XP "Bliss" wallpaper. But infinitely better.

Thanks for the share.
Posted By: acidphosphatase
about 12 years, 3 months ago
Ok let me take this opportunity to thank you all for voting for this photo (at last! please check out my other loupe submissions, especially the top 6).
Now, renedered, no it might be post-processing, certainly you must appreciate that this is NOT a dSLR camera, and I suffer for not using one, I lose sharpness, clarity and whathaveyou, and boy, if anyone would like to buy this poor PhD student one, I would be VERY grateful!
So yes, the noise has been reduced in the sky ONLY. I have not touched the rest other than increase a little sharpness. The problem being that there isn't much there to sharpen on the sensor initially.
So, big hugs to all, thank you once again for the voting, and thank you in advance for any donations. cough.
Posted By: Misanthropist
about 12 years, 3 months ago
@EasyC ~ that "black mark" is actually 2 small trees.
Posted By: acidphosphatase
about 12 years, 3 months ago
Ah, all, it's a bird in the sky. Funny thing, nature.
Posted By: Misanthropist
about 12 years, 3 months ago
LOL - I didn't even see "that" black mark, had to look a bit harder.
My bad for running a poor resolution monitor.
Posted By: producerdan
about 12 years, 3 months ago
very nice, the rolling hills somehow roll in the same direction as the clouds. another spectacular wallpaper for me. :)
Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 12 years, 1 month ago
I don't know why this photo bugs me. Maybe it's too Windowsy/postcard-like I don't know. I think I would like it more without the wispy clouds but with only fluffy clouds, and a little sharper and closer to the subject. I see why people like it though but I just can't get myself to want to keep it. Sorry if I'm sounding rude, I just don't understand myself and I guess this proves art really is very opinionated. =P I really love your "Green Hills Of Home" piece though that is definitely a keeper. If the big cloud formation from THAT shot were reversed and put in THIS shot it would be a lot better heheh... I don't believe in cutting and pasting really though I'm just saying if nature would have blessed you with such a cloud when you were taking this shot it would have been great! I get a weird feeling from this shot though and I can't explain it but it's not a relaxing feeling when I know it should be. Me = Weird.
Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 12 years, 1 month ago
Ahh! Interesting I just read your response on here that you weren't using the greatest camera. What's funny is I was thinking to myself this guy really knows how to do post-processing and give the effect that the shot was from a nice camera when in fact it's just average. I also think if you DID have a better camera you would be able to put together a very professional portfolio and have yourself some art gallery shows display your work! Don't buy that new LCD, buy the camera! LOL =)
Posted By: acidphosphatase
about 12 years, 1 month ago
Thank you for those words, Daddy_Gemini! For sure I would love to be up there, every day of the year, to capture that scene in different conditions, especially more dramatic scenes. Anyway the funny news here is that this photo is about to be used BY Microsoft in their personalisation gallery.
I do like Windowsy pictures ;p

And yes, how I would love to have a new camera, it would certainly save time and reduce the need for so much post-processing! I'm currently coming to an end of my cancer-research PhD, perhaps I might change careers... though I could hardly afford a lovely new camera right now!
Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 12 years ago
Congratulations on both Windows using this and getting a PhD! =) I know a few people that have or had cancer so it's always good to have more people working in that field and I really DO believe we are very close to a cure that is almost 100% recovery rate. Another funny thing about this picture is... now I like it more than before and I don't really know why heheh. Maybe I was just in a bad mood the last time I looked at it. Anyways good luck in whatever life hands you, or what you grab ahold of.
Posted By: EasyC
about 11 years, 10 months ago
Really beautiful picture! Would love to lay down in that grass and chill out :)

There's a black mark about a quarter the way down the left side, kind of looks out of place.
Posted By: decarlirocker
about 11 years, 8 months ago
FANTASTIC! This place is the same as the cover of the album "Diesel and Dust", released in 1987 by rock australian band MIDNIGHT OIL. ps. sorry, for my bad English.

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