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 By: Michael Busselle  
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Photographer  Michael Busselle {Karma:221}
Project N/A Camera Model Mamiya 645
Categories Film Format
Portfolio Lens 55-110mm zoom
Uploaded 4/9/2002 Film / Memory Type Fuji Velvia
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 3810 Shutter
Favorites 15  Aperture f/0
Critiques 51 Rating Critique Only Image
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About It was photographed in northern France in the early summer. I used a polariser to increase the colour stauration.
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There are 51 Comments in 1 Pages
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delete my account   {K:3679} 1/1/2005
Very very very nice

into my favorites!

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Christopher Harder   {K:448} 3/6/2004
Speechless....

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Francesca May   {K:6877} 2/15/2004
wow!simply wonderful!!!

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Barbara Bremigan   {K:1164} 1/12/2004
Beautiful colors and composition.

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Gianluca C   {K:1063} 1/12/2004
Veramente bella, colori stupefacenti !
complimenti!

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Clifton Jones Clifton Jones   {K:10688} 1/12/2004
Very beautiful....

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Natta Leonard   {K:1206} 1/12/2004
Vibrant colors! Very attractive photo.
Regards,
Natta

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DELETE ACCOUNT   {K:5655} 1/12/2004
Great colors. Nicely done. Perfect curves.

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Andrej V   {K:6693} 1/12/2004
Congratulations Michael!

Very beautiful and with powerfull colors!
Best regards
Andrej

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B:)liana    {K:30945} 1/12/2004
Just love the colors and lines. bravo. COngratulations. biliana

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Maja Gligoric Maja Gligoric   {K:13528} 1/12/2004
So simple but so perfect!
Beautiful lines of colors.I like it.Great composition.
Best regards!

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Lucas Macedo   {K:12843} 1/12/2004
Wonderful colors in an excellent composition, Michael!
Congrats for the "Editor's Choice"! ..... Lucas

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Marta Pereyra   {K:5029} 1/12/2004
Great! I love the colors, the composition.. I love it!
congrats, Marta

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Emanuele Calvagno   {K:14353} 1/12/2004
bellissima...
i colori sono splendidi, la composizione altrettanto, per non parlare dell'eleganza delle linee curve

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Harry Eggens Harry Eggens   {K:14804} 1/12/2004
Very beautiful landscape scene. Excellent composition in wich the colors are great and the light and curved lines most wonderful. Congratulations by being very well deserved Editors Choice Michael....Best regards Harry

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Roger Cotgreave   {K:15892} 1/12/2004
color and more color..wonderful Michael

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P A   {K:-67} 1/12/2004
Loove the colours,love the picture!

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Giovanni Allievi   {K:1052} 1/12/2004
Great mix of colours and composition, congrats!
Regards.

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Tom Pokusa   {K:586} 1/12/2004
Congratulations on Editor's choice. Why did it take so long? The colors are just incredible. It's so perfect that it almost seems abstract...if that makes sense?

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Rui Pedro   {K:657} 1/12/2004
Nice landscape.

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Lorenzo Parisi   {K:6277} 9/23/2003
The best colours i've seen on this site! Congrats!

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xy x   {K:41915} 9/20/2003
Amazing photo, congrat.!

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Marcio Cabral   {K:12496} 9/12/2003
Excellent colors and contrast!!

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Quantummeter . Quantummeter .   {K:2870} 9/4/2003
Simply a grat work. Congrats.

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Felipe Rodríguez   {K:9200} 7/14/2003
mervilleux!

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Gregoir Hoppenbrouwers   {K:1073} 5/26/2003
You captured this landscape in a magnificent way !!

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NN  NN     {K:26787} 5/2/2003
Great shapes & colours!

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Herbert Newland   {K:3435} 5/2/2003
fine colours and textures

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Monica Riveiro   {K:836} 4/10/2003
I think it is a gorgeous image, a perfect combination with lines and colors. If you add to this the composition you did... the results is this beautiful landscape.

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tunc ugurdag   {K:130} 3/18/2003
EXCELLENT LANDSCAPE. VERY WELL COMPOSED AND EXPOSED. CONGRATULATIONS.

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Bartek M   {K:359} 3/9/2003
Excellent! The game of colours, the saturation... Wow!

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Joe Smith   {K:352} 2/25/2003
one word describes everything...WOW!

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Neia Frank   {K:478} 1/14/2003
Sooooo well done!Wonderful!

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Marc Gougenheim   {K:5398} 12/1/2002
Superbe !

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ws b   {K:62} 11/16/2002
Exquisite shot! Makes you want to strip naked and frolic through the field...lol. oops.....maybe sharing a bit much...hehe. Colors are wonderful!

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Adam E. J. Squier   {K:9803} 11/13/2002
I suppose I can't add too much more to what's already been said (or is that "written?") about this image. From the thumbnail, it looks like bold, painted strokes, but then there's a weird texture in the foreground.

The full image is, well to quote someone else, Stunning (yes, with a capital "S").

Hmm, Velvia, polarizer, the colors just jump out of the screen. A shame about the contrails. Or is it? I don't know. Maybe they add something. They are going the right way, after all. I take that back. Good thing the contrails were there that day. ;-)

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Kim Culbert   {K:37070} 11/13/2002
Stunning! Love the colours!

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Deb Mayes   {K:19605} 11/13/2002
Oh, wow, this has everything! Beautiful ...

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al shaikh   {K:15790} 11/13/2002
I think the graphic lines and the colors here are gorgeous. I agree with Ron, I tend to want to take a roll on these hills as well.

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Anne E. M. Zang   {K:4135} 10/24/2002
I love the colors, textures, and curves in this shot. I find it smooth, bright, and relaxing.

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Ron Browne   {K:1282} 6/12/2002
What horizon?
I want to be in this photo. I want to walk up that hill. Better yet, I want to roll down that hill like a kid!

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Michael Busselle   {K:221} 6/12/2002
I take no offence at all, in fact I find all comments both helpful and interesting. The matter of horizons is not entirely straightforward. I do like to make sure that a flat horizon is level but when it's undulating it's not always satisfactory to do this scientifically. I have a spirit level but often with a non-flat horizon, when it says the camera is level it simply doesn't look right so I ignore it and tilt the camera unitl it looks right to me.

Although I could not live with a badly tilted horizon in a seascape, for instance, I sometimes think that being too concerned over things like this borders on pedantry and becoming too obsessive about it can make you a bit predictable and unadventurous. I recall reading that the great jazz pianist, Thelonious Monk, would go around his house deliberately tilting the pictures on the wall, it certainly worked for him.

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Dawna G.    {K:7709} 6/12/2002
hey this whole horizon concept still confuses me.(I am very new to landscape photog) I just noticed that it is always suggested to straighten horizons on soooo many images. I am just glad that this has now been clarified for me to learn from. and gladly I will check out Michael's books - thanks for the recommendation Petros
and Michael - I hope this discussion was of no offense to you - I am a huge fan of your photos - I am learning alot from them and am very glad there are professionals posting their work on usefilm.

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. .   {K:2743} 6/11/2002
dawna, dont think thats the horizon, not that it matters

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Petros Stamatakos   {K:12101} 6/11/2002
Horizon appears to be straight to me Dawna, although it's hard to judge, as the photo depicts hills...

By the way Dawna, if I may, can I recommend you check out some Michael's photography books? http://www.michael-busselle.com/ShowPictures.asp?CatID=351

I have quite a few of them, and I have found them very fascinating...

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Dawna G.    {K:7709} 6/11/2002
although I do like it the way it is - I am not suggesting to change it.

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Dawna G.    {K:7709} 6/11/2002
this is the first time I have seen this image, very intense, vivid colors - I am just drawn to this type of image! I am surprised no one said to straighten the horizon though :)

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Chris Whaley   {K:3847} 6/11/2002
Very well done.

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Toni Martin   {K:5092} 4/9/2002
Beautiful image! Love the flow of the land and layers of colors.

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Bruce Wilson   {K:540} 4/9/2002
I really love these broad sweeping curves in your field shots. Gorgeous colors!

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John Doe   {K:155} 4/9/2002
Beautiful color and simplicity - really nice!!

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