Comments for Paul Omernik

🕐 12-2-14 6:57 AMleviathor
Sinopah Palette
Thanks for the feedback, Jeroen--I never noticed how much that green patch stuck out before, but it's a pretty intense little anomaly, now.
🕐 12-1-14 9:45 PMjeroen
Sinopah Palette
Like the composition and the mood of this one. I would make the green a little less dominant, because my eye keeps going to the green fields on the right.
Nice one!
Jeroen
🕐 06-11-11 12:41 PMzeissy
Photo 3667
Wonderful depth and tones!
🕐 05-6-11 1:57 PMphilber
Photo 3667
Congratulations on a splendid image, Paul!
🕐 05-6-11 1:15 PMleviathor
Photo 3667
Thank you very much, guys. I've retooled this one a bit, so I'll have to re-up it (is this possible, ZM?).

ZM: The 17-35 is a big, bulky beast of a lens, but they're a huge pleasure to use. I bought mine second hand already converted to EOS mount by Bo-Ming. These would be perfect lenses if it weren't for their resolution degradation ellipse. Not that it is a deal-breaker or anything.
🕐 05-6-11 12:15 PMbajanexile
Photo 3667
I agree, lovely composition and image. Regards Stephen
🕐 05-4-11 1:52 PMJT
Photo 3667
If only these lenses were available now :(
🕐 09-3-10 6:50 AMbajanexile
Arnica Fire
Beautiful image. Not sure how I missed this the first time round. Stephen
🕐 09-3-10 4:47 AMkanuck
Arnica Fire
Wow this shot is simply fantastic! As far as sunsets go this is about as good as it gets. Very nice job. Not over post processed, solid noise control, color looks bang on, exposed just right. Excellent! I love shooting sunsets and sunrises, and this shot is a great one.

🕐 09-3-10 4:44 AMkanuck
Arnica Fire
Wow this shot is simply fantastic! As far as sunsets go this is about as good as it gets. Very nice job. Not over post processed, solid noise control, color looks bang on, exposed just right. Excellent! I love shooting sunsets and sunrises, and this shot is a great one.

🕐 08-31-10 9:35 PMJT
Arnica Fire
Out of this world !!! Please upload a larger version so I can use it for desktop background :)
🕐 08-27-10 12:08 AMdonuss
Photo 3667
Great picture with a fantastic composition.
Donat
🕐 08-16-10 5:07 PMleviathor
Sunset Beret
Andreas: That's the exact switch I made, and I've only 'regretted' it once--when shooting in Arches National Park in Utah in a snow/hail/rain/thunder/lightning storm. The weather sealed nature of the 17-40 would have been nice, and I wasn't sure that the Zeiss would take the weather so nicely.
🕐 08-13-10 3:40 AMandreasresch
Sunset Beret
Lovely place. The 17-35mm seems to be a nice alternative to my Canon 17-40mm. Have to further investigate on that.
🕐 08-10-10 3:32 PMleviathor
Sunset Beret
Thanks, Stephen. As you can imagine, the resolving power of the 17-35 isn't accurately represented here. The more I look at this the more I want to rework it a bit: the DR doesn't seem quite right.
🕐 08-10-10 9:51 AMbajanexile
Sunset Beret
Nice! Stephen
🕐 08-1-10 3:47 PMleviathor
Home, Sweet Home
Thanks, James!

Shot was taken looking strait up in Jenny Lake Campground in Grand Teton National Park.
🕐 08-1-10 2:34 PMjamesptao
Home, Sweet Home
Absolutely beautiful. Where was this shot? You must have been far from any city to get these many stars with light pollution hideing their view. Great job!
🕐 08-1-10 5:44 AMleviathor
Photo 3676
Thanks ZM!
🕐 07-31-10 8:46 PMJT
Photo 3676
Wonderful night shot of Seattle! Love the way you can just make out Rainier.

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