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12/04/2011 - 12:32 PM

"Little & Large"

"Little & Large"Hi Jim - this is such a wonderfully composed shot with marvellous detail.

I hope you don't mind but as you had mods enabled I could not resist - and I rarely do mods! I can see from your PF that you don't use textures and I tried every which way but loose to think what I could do to erase the wired background as it, in my opinion, detracts from the wonderful comp. So I rushed outside and took a pic of my back wall (don't laugh), added another grungy sort of texture, deleted the bits on the animals then overlayed with the brickwork texture. It is not perfect and this one was tricky as there are so many lines (on the wire and the zebras) but I have promised to sew some leek seeds today - or I would sit here all day and get it perfect!

I hope you like the mod a little.

Sue
23/03/2011 - 9:09 PM

daffs "want that one!"

daffs "want that one!"Hi Cathy and thank you for the lovely comment you left on my image yesterday.

I wonder if in this shot it would be better if the focus point was on the large flower in the front -= as the focus is not on that flower it sort of dwarfs all the other flowers - though it is an interesting exercise in DOF.

The sharp detailed focus is on the flower to the left and the others behind blurred - which works so well.

A nice low down POV and lovely colouring.

Sue
05/09/2010 - 11:57 PM

im watching you young lady.

im watching you young lady.Lovely light in this portrait. I really like the way the eyes are looking elsewhere. Maybe a slight softening of the bg may have enhanced your wife's face a little - but it works very well anyway.

Sue
28/08/2010 - 1:35 PM

DIVORCE

DIVORCEThis is such a sad image - which works very well indeed. The DOF adds such a lot of atmosphere.

I have been married 38 years (we were both very young and everyone gave us 6 months!) and I have lost my wedding ring a couple of months back - have searched high and low! Had to buy a new one for my daughter's wedding - shame, the new ring means not a thing - I just want my original one.

Sue
28/08/2010 - 10:02 AM

Arum and rain

Arum and rainThis is very nice and so much better than the first image. Nice lighting, the drops add substance and atmosphere. Composition spot on.

I do agree with Paul about the title and name though - hope you don't mind me saying so.

Sue
07/07/2009 - 11:16 PM

Flamborough Head

Flamborough HeadI really like this - my eye is just drawn into the crook of the cliffs and the sea and the colours are lovely. Personally I like photos that are not messed around very much and are as they are and this looks pretty natural and beautiful to me.

Susan