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Provider Of Perspective 2

By conrad  
Brand new version of this image - a Parkeharrison-inspired image.

Tried to take on board lots of suggestions (but one) - which eventually resulted in replacing the frame altogether and re-doing grain and toning more subtly, and trying to improve the whole image in several other respects.

I'm going out on a limb here, because the stronger grain covered up a multitude of sins!

Comments and mods invited!

Thanks for looking,

Conrad

Tags: Big picture Frame Hc Perspective Digitally manipulated Highly commended Parkeharrison

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Comments


AllyBoy 10 92 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2006 12:57PM
Clever Shot!!!
Allen

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foxybrown 11 368
7 Mar 2006 12:58PM
good concept well executed.
vambo 10 151
7 Mar 2006 1:04PM
This is loads better. I preferred the style of the other frame, but this one looks much more like part of the image.
Top marks.

(Still looks like the frame is floating, rather than being lifted - but I guess we'll just have to disagree on that Smile
WILCZEWSKI 10 1
7 Mar 2006 1:07PM
niec shot


Michal
conrad 12 10.9k 116
7 Mar 2006 1:08PM
Actually, Sean, we're not disagreeing about the frame floating - I just feel I can do that in a surrealist image. Was it supposed to have been a realistic image, I would not have accepted it myself. But thanks for your honest reaction, I really appreciate it!

And thank you too, Allen, fox and Michal!

Conrad
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2006 1:11PM
Brilliant!!

Mark.
cattyal Plus
11 7.8k 6 England
7 Mar 2006 1:16PM
Yep - I much prefer this version - I did find the grain a little too much on your previous one.

Alison
sut68 Plus
13 2.0k 76 England
7 Mar 2006 1:21PM
I agree with Alison - this one has a much cleaner feel to it. Nice work Conrad.

Paul
Brewster 11 4 Scotland
7 Mar 2006 1:44PM
Good work here.

Bruce
shitzkit 12 147
7 Mar 2006 2:43PM
can see this in a gallery well thot out and love the tone well done
MikeCh 11 1
7 Mar 2006 8:51PM
Good conversation piece.
Great idea.

mike
conrad 12 10.9k 116
7 Mar 2006 10:42PM
Thanks, everyone!

Interestingly, I'm not sure myself whether I prefer this one, but it was good to make a different version nonetheless. Thanks for your comments!

Conrad
conrad 12 10.9k 116
7 Mar 2006 11:07PM
Ah, thanks, Pete.

Still not perfect, eh? Oh well, story of my life...

Conrad
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
8 Mar 2006 2:53AM
I like it grainy!;-P
conrad 12 10.9k 116
8 Mar 2006 2:58AM
Hmmm, I think I agree with you, Cole. I'm beginning to think the first version was nicer in that respect. I may just do another one...

Conrad
twordley 10 360 England
11 Apr 2006 12:47PM
excellent shot much prefer this one to the grainy version
yellowmunky 11 127 1 Wales
21 May 2006 10:22PM
Very original. I like this a lot
wyatturp 11 2 England
21 May 2006 10:28PM
Great to look at well done on your EC.
conrad 12 10.9k 116
22 May 2006 12:59AM
HC, HC. I'd love an EC - but thanks anyway, Douglas!

And thanks, guys!

Conrad

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