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rictac2's Gallery Comments

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The Athlete! by juddie

The Athlete!

My take on it was that it was particularly good precisely because we could not see her feet or the ground, as this would have taken away the feeling of space and cleanliness, it would have given a sense of place, which is refreshing in its absence.
That then almost demanded some of her tail out of frame or she would merely have looked legless - I see the composition as very dynamic, energetic, balanced, modern, effective, intriguing, clean and simple.

By: juddie

MONDAY NIGHT CHALLENGE by kitsch

MONDAY NIGHT CHALLENGE

Hi Folks

Hope u r all having fun with your tools, cameras, etc...

now where is the blessed prize banner?? any site staff about???

Richard

By: kitsch

Autumn by Stewy

Autumn

Your patience was well rewarded; particularly like the movement and shapes echoing each other between sky and trees. Converging verticals seem to suit the surreal feel, too. Would look just as good without brown line frame, IMO
^click

Richard

By: Stewy

SILENCY... by JouŠo

SILENCY...

I like the composition and tones, though, as ever, prefer no framing (that's just me !)...really like the effect of mist, dewy cobwebs, deail.
^click

Richard

By: JouŠo

dry dock by ardclinis

dry dock

Like the low contrast and pastel effect ...think it is reminiscent of old seaside watercolours or postcards and adds pathos. Makes it quite painterly, which I nearly always like. (Andy: Not to say your high contrast seascapes don't work very well in a different way Smile )

By: ardclinis

More joy! by rictac2

More joy!

They are happy, yep! I think they were probably watching the Ball, Robert.

Thanks for your comments!

By: rictac2

afternoon light in the wood by loweswood

afternoon light in the wood

This works for me, deceptive, subtle, underwater feel, thanks for posting it.
^click

Richard

By: loweswood

eyes down! by juddie

eyes down!

Your wallpaper looks great on ePz babe...nothing could be finer than to be Carol's diner...they make that nice macro for Nikon fit, you know
Tongue

By: juddie

By the park by helenlinda

By the park

I like the treatment, emphasises the leaves and textures. As others have mentioned you are getting light wrap on some of the leaves from the bright sky.
I feel the title and especially the font distract my attention from the image, but clicking for the image Smile
^click
Richard

By: helenlinda

Lillian by Barrynic

Lillian

This says it as it is...(having lived in Shetland for many years I can attest to the bruck and rubbish that piles up on otherwise unspoilt shores) and I like it for that (though I am not too fussed about frames and titles).
^click
Richard

By: Barrynic

Shaggy Inkcaps everywhere, a good year for writers by rictac2

Shaggy Inkcaps everywhere, a good year for writers

Thanks guys...seems like a good year for froot n fungus. We have a bunch of these inkcaps at the moment... thanks Ruthy, I liked the cobweb too...I don't think it picks up on the Canon shots Wink
Richard

PS ...only have til 7.30, have to catch up or I am consigned to the hot stove!! Sad

By: rictac2

boring....... by juddie

boring.......

Hey c'mon guys....I can't cook y'know...Juddie, I keep telling ya, the back one is well gone, stop down!! Tongue

By: juddie

My Name is Slim Shady ...... by NickBrandon

My Name is Slim Shady ......

Can't help with species but like the uncluttered dark background, looks great... was it evening as it looks a little warm in colour? or maybe that's just my eyes Smile
^click

Richard

By: NickBrandon

Sherbet Fizz by garth01

Sherbet Fizz

I like the lighting, make-up and colours, nice n crisp too.
^click
Richard

By: garth01

Padley Gorge by martin.w

Padley Gorge

Great sense of presence and dynamics from the low angle and comp and colours well balanced. ^click

Richard

By: martin.w

twilite by steviehutch

twilite

I like the saturation, foreground interest and clouds...agree with Mike re. the horizon which is a prime requirement

Richard

By: steviehutch

turning left! by juddie

turning left!

Jess is a lovely, vibrant god..er..,..dog, and this really captures her...though you know I always thought this would be better if sharp Tongue . Can we have some more of Annie too?

By: juddie

Sunday morning by juddie

Sunday morning

Welcome to the wonderful world of EPZ J!

Love the lighting in that greenhouse Wink

nice one

Richard

By: juddie

Dream a little by tjmort

Dream a little

Excellent composition, props, make up, colour etc for me, but spoiled by what I think is camera shake...possibly subject movement, reather than soft focus as mentioned by Steffi

By: tjmort

Young Does by rictac2

Young Does

Thank you for all your comments, folks. It was a very misty day, Ade, so the sky was nonexistent!Smile

By: rictac2

Romanesque by funkymarmalade

Romanesque

Nice fractal marmalade, Funk. Smile ^

By: funkymarmalade

Young Stag by rictac2

Young Stag

Thanks for your kind comments, I was miffed at the time that I could not get the angle to include his feet!
Last Sunday was a misty, dullish day in the Shropshire borders, but with, thankfully, enough downlight to give shape.

By: rictac2

Rhubarb? by neil_m

Rhubarb?

Great sense of fun, character and movement. Well captured. ^

By: neil_m

Montgomery Church from Montgomery Castle by rictac2

Montgomery Church from Montgomery Castle

Thanks for your comments, folks. Smile

By: rictac2

Worth Matravers, Dorset by Stevo

Worth Matravers, Dorset

Nice shot on a nice day.
Hope you stopped for home-made pasties and a pint of ringwood with charlie and sarah at Sq & compass ! Wink

By: Stevo

Last Daisy #12,678 by rictac2

Last Daisy #12,678

Thanks for the comments. There is a panel fence and a flower border because it was taken in situ in the garden, not the studio, and I just used the fact that it was in the shade to lose most of it and a couple of distracting points cloned out. I don't do a lot of this plant/insect close up type thing, so it fun trying it out...shrooms are on the list Wink, though I will have to work very hard to get near some of the excellent shots already on site, K Wink

By: rictac2

Daddies girl2 by ggary

Daddies girl2

I'm not so worried about the crop, although I prefer the original. But I am pretty sure the lips, nose and eyebrows are the focus point, leaving the eyes slightly behind the focus and therefore not the sharpest point.

By: ggary

Lucy by vickifrance

Lucy

Grrreat expression, strong colours and contrast.
Sorry to go against the grain, I don't know if it is my fading sight, my monitor, or what, but it doesn't actually look sharp anywhere to me. Compare with shot of shrooms immediately before this, flip between the two.

By: vickifrance

Standard by rictac2

Standard

Thanks for your nice comments folks. The 'misty' look is smoke from the cannon fire. While this often frustratingly obscures the subject it also sometimes gives an effective background.

By: rictac2

Power by rictac2

Power

Thanks for the positive comments, folks. 1/50th at f4.5 was exposure, ISO 100.

By: rictac2