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  1. Remco
    June 11, 2020 @ 9:30 am

    George, Thank you for sharing!!! What an amazing photos and a beauuutiful model. My mind is suggesting all kinds of superlatives and labels right now; I’m going to assume you can imagine them and just skip over it.
    You remind me (us) that constraints (if you can call it constraints, to walk around the world inc. Bali with an XT3, some drones, and a beautiful friend!) tend to improve the artistic skills of the artist. I particularly mean the lens choice here. I had that lens twice, liked it a lot, but moved on. More from my hiking and landscape needs that benefited from a different range/line up.
    I like how you explained the blending in of the seagulls. Very tasty the way you did it, and I learned about the HUE blend mode and the motion blur 🙂

    Finally I want to say that this to me is really good photography. There will be folks esp, on the internet that will critique your Photoshopping in elements. I think any artistic process with a camera in it somewhere is photography.
    Pls share you Insta!
    Cheers, Remco

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    • Remco
      June 11, 2020 @ 9:34 am

      One question: how did you light the face of your girlfriend o top of the mountain? Seems like a pop-up flash but at 1/2000 sec?

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    • George Daniel Cristea
      June 28, 2020 @ 5:28 pm

      Hello! Thank you so much! My instagram account is @georgedanielcristea

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