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Very nice backlit images. I like them all.

The best is #5 for me.

The iphone images are good too. Which model of iPhone?

thank you for posting.

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On 06/05/2020 at 22:52, atpaula said:

Very nice backlit images. I like them all.

The best is #5 for me.

The iphone images are good too. Which model of iPhone?

thank you for posting.

 

Honor 10 phone model (Huawei company) :)


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Beautiful shots with outstanding choices of lighting and processing. 

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Nice to seeing your images of the motifs different from your usual citiscapes.  Thank you for sharing!

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The backlighting is indeed excellent. My favorite is #3.

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