Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by ssanders79, Feb 6, 2011.
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Disney's Human Element - Chase the Oasis by Scott Smith (SRisonS), on Flickr
Thanks so much for posting your family pics! We are looking forward to our first Disney Cruise in May!
Scott, great shots!!
Jen love the last on you posted!!
all of these pictures are wonderful! I am really excited for our first cruise - 96 days!!
Love these pictures!!
Disney Dream Quiet Cove II by P17blo, on Flickr
Thanks. My Uncle actually took that one. LOL
Disney Dream Quiet Cove by P17blo, on Flickr
These pictures has me feeling like a child at Christmas! My first DC is coming up before too long!
while I think the processed shots are nice...even beautiful....am I the only one here who prefers looking at what we used to call snapshots?
Besides, the more processed shots I see here, the less "amateur" stuff I see. Are people being intimidated or the ratio is simply tipping towards processed?
to be clear, not a slam just my observation and opinion
The Magic in Tortola
I don't like the processed ones all that much either. Some of them are very nice, and some are just over-processed. I prefer snap shots for my vacation memories, and those are what I post here and what are in my signature. I do think that some of the processed shots are nice works of art, they're just not my idea of what vacation pictures should be. I think that there will come a time when we need two threads--one for snapshots, and one for "works of art".
And for the record, I'm quite proficient at photoshopping, and enjoy processing some of my photos, but I usually prefer to remember things as they were when I saw them.
I always just post my "regular" pictures. I don't have enough computer smarts to "fancy" them up.
But I like looking at the processed ones. I think they're pretty.
I do agree that it may be a little off-putting to those of us who want to post just regular pictures, but, please don't let it stop you. It won't stop me.
Here's another one, on the dock in Tortola (the different cruiselines have their logos painted on the dock)
I personally like a good looking HDR. Not a blown out over processed one, or a pic with a bad white balance, but a beautiful, vibrant pic.
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