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25/03/2009 - 1:41 PM

...a distance there is ...

...a distance there is ...A different but emotive image from you today, it certainly feels a remote and cold place. Wonderfully minimalist- ground, sky hedge, tree. The dark tones paint a bleak outlook while the tree, standing in defiance of all that time has thrown at it offers the only kind of defined detail.

I think I would like to see a crop showing the skyline further up the frame (possibly half way up even) increasing the heavy, dark empty feel of the ground and its sense of isolation.
Hope you manage some sleep.
andy.
24/03/2009 - 10:49 AM

Building blocks

Building blocksHi Tarek, V2 for me (with milk and fruit), nice simple everyday subject, great vision. Just one thought is the next time you build this up take a bite out of one of the bricks...just for fun, I'm just curious to see how that would look!
Ty
andy
19/03/2009 - 12:04 PM

When Shadows Grow Longer -3-

When Shadows Grow Longer -3-Hi Tarek,
Another great treatment but I do feel this one is lacking a main focal point (for this effect).
The 'monolith' on the left seems to attract the eye but I find I'm pulled across to the two stones on the right. Your previous 'gothic' images had foreground interest and I feel that this treatment really shows itself off with a forground subject to shine from and to give the wonderful feel of depth you have acheived previously.
That said, I was not sure of my pic of yesterday and that has hit more peoples buttons than usual so I wouldn't listen to me too much.Lol
all the best
aj
13/03/2009 - 11:53 AM

THE STARE

THE STAREWell have a great weekend.
What a great image, effective treatment, I just love your green eyes..no, blue eyes...no, green....... I love your eyes!
One thing though, I'm sure you tried all sorts of crops but how would it look if the curve of the left cheek (your left) was not cropped, I like the idea af the contrast between light and dark as well as the shape of your cheek on that side against the random lines and tones/shadows on your right.
I have to say that is a look I have seen many times before though, usually on a girls face after I've attempted to verbally impress on a first meeting. lol.
A great image, wonderful sp
ty
aj