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  • Harvest Mouse Acrobatics on Teasel by Richard_137

    But certainly very, very good 😀
    It requires light setting preparations framing and working with a live mouse (ain't easy). For me it displays the photographic skill of the person behind the camera and it has the quality to be chosen picture of the week, if not the picture of the year!

    Thank you so much for your kind comments, I concur, the Photographer is at the mercy of the Harvest Mouse and boy do they play up.
    • 11 Jan 2023 6:10PM
  • Harvest Mouse on Ivy Stem by Richard_137

    Quote:That's a very charming and well-captured image, and I think your calendar is going to be a cracker !

    Thank you so much, It's something that has been in the planning for a while, but I'm more determined now.
    • 6 Dec 2022 8:54AM
  • Merry Christmas Everyone. by Richard_137

    Quote:I never knew there were Harvest Mouse Workshops. The world is a wonderful place.


    There are a handful up & down the UK, if you find yourself over in the North West, just give me a shout as they're my Mice & my Workshop. 😁😁😁
    • 13 Dec 2021 1:36PM
  • Bunny Girl by Richard_137

    Quote:Very cool...not at all suggestive of a different bunny costume in a more commercial setting some years ago...


    Thank you, Now I understand why Iím getting so many views and not much interaction. 🤣🤣🤣
    • 20 Mar 2021 2:44PM
  • Do you fancy a smoke? by Richard_137

    Quote:Excellent photo. beautifully done...
    Isabel GrinGrinGrin

    Thank you so much Isabel.
    • 16 Mar 2021 11:17PM
  • Blue-jeans poison-dart Frog by Karuma1970

    Very good capture, I know how difficult it is to shoot these little guys.
    • 1 Mar 2021 6:51AM
  • The Gainsborough. by Richard_137

    Quote:you've asked this image to be critiqued.
    To be honest i find little to remark upon, except may be for the lack of showing the hands which I assume would be placed in her lap.
    it is my impression that the model does not seem fully relaxed.
    on the other hand I would say that the dress and makeup and also her facial structure would fit in a timeframe (late 1800's??) you have captured. I do wonder whether the overall space around the model is a bit generous, as she seems a bit lost in it.
    But as a whole it is a good period portrait and you can see that a lot of effort was put into both the set up, lighting and the make up and dress of the model to create a wonderful portrait.

    Thank you for the CC Robert, When the Moodboard was being created, we landed on the Artist Thomas Gainsborough as our Inspiration.
    • 26 Feb 2021 7:34AM

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