Dr. Harout wrote:Took a lot of time to view all the shots. Decided to look one part per day, but made a non-stop viewing.
I enjoyed it a lot, probably as you have enjoyed your trip.
Greg Beetham wrote:Lots of interesting images Henry I got through #1 and #2 before I was interrupted.
I wondered what the deal was with the cow-wildebeest type critter with the toothy grin? I don’t think I’d like to get too close to that dude. I liked the wood carvings, totems, those guys new what made the world go round, and the markets were great I wondered how they catch fish in Nepal? it’s like hundreds and hundreds of km’s from the ocean, they must be a fresh water lake type I guess.
Greg Beetham wrote:And what about the ochre stuff being smeared on the pavers and steps, what’s going on there?
Greg Beetham wrote:Why the ‘fishtail’ in the Annapurna range that looks suspiciously like Everest?
Greg Beetham wrote:Ps you might have got off lightly with the health upset you had there, I saw on the news there is/was cholera in the region.
Wildieswife wrote:Well I've got part way through the first set - I'll come back to them tomorrow and do another lot. I'm impressed with the coloors - what Sony is good at! I also like the quirkier ones you've done, like the feet and the cobbled together bicycle seat. So far it's an excellent to view another culture. It's a shame there isn't some kind of explanation for some of them.
mvanrheenen wrote:Not yet, but looking at the samples I might for my RX100 and the EPL1 from the missus. I guess you haven't either?
aster wrote:I had a short visit to your Nepal Gallery a few days ago and am very impressed. I wasn't expecting anything less having gotten a little about your shooting style. I will return to savor the moments while looking into our gallery of these very colourful people and the culture.
aster wrote:The panoramas also made the cut for me. : ) Hard work, wrapping all of these up for sure. Well done! I'm more than a little envious of your Nepal trip. A land to discover over and over again in every possible opportunity.
Thanks for sharing. And I wonder if you already laid out the world map for your next destination? : )
bakubo wrote:Speaking of the Olympus colors, I am not sure I like the Lightroom Adobe profile so much. I sometimes had to spend quite a bit of time adjusting LR to get things looking okay. For some cameras, such as Canon, they have several profiles, but for Olympus they just have the one. A guy who says he is a color scientist has created new LR/ACR profiles for the E-M5 and many other cameras (including NEX):
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