|05/10/2017 08:13:47 AM|
Originally posted by wbanning:
OK - It's me again, from the DPC Critique Club:
I really like this photo and these suggestions are meant to encourage other options than the ones you've chosen and not as criticism of the choices you made. Nicely done!
3times - that should do :P
thank you so much for this feedback - really appreciate your work here!
I do agree about the crop, might have to review that one....
For the challenge and the strict submission guidelines here, I had to reduce colour tones a LOT, and I couldn't use my focus stacked image. here you go for the -as it is- version of this picture w w w 500px.com/photo/112754091/
|01/05/2017 07:22:47 AM|
Originally posted by docjonny:
Top 3 for sure.. voted already.. lovely misty dreamy view.. Interested to know where and what time of the day.. Good luck ..
it was in the late afternoon and the light was by FAR less attractive than this looks - it was dim, getting dark, quite miserable in the rain around freezing temperatures.
|01/05/2017 07:21:14 AM|
Originally posted by Neat:
Don't you wish you had this for the tree challenge! Nevertheless a great surreal image.
sorry not a member - just hanging out from time to time here.... ;)
|10/06/2016 11:07:03 AM|
tired from the battle
thanks for your feedback! this shot indeed does not fit 100% the theme, but hey, worth a try. The rating is more than fair so I can't complain ;)
Indeed, the picture is rather simple in the composition - it was taken through a grid of a heavy machine, but 2.8 may have been too much and the bokeh completely disappeared, leaving behind only a vague blur on the wall behind....
I liked the character and the odd scene, away from the crowd....
|06/25/2015 04:31:16 AM|
nice setup - but I don't understand why you leave the colours this bright? for me this is not pastel - different colours, less intensive would have been a better choice if already you take the work for the setup....myopinion ;)
nice and clean work though! =)
|06/25/2015 04:24:35 AM|
|02/21/2015 06:12:05 AM|
this picture was taken with the use of a "bokeh mask" - meaning I cut out a 3 on a piece of paper and fixed it to the front of the lens, taking the picture through the tiny opening. In result the bokeh is now shaped, showing 3's everywhere. (I just used a rippled surface, my Speedlites with colour gels)
Thankyouverymuch for the appreciation and comments!! :)
(and nope, without the fire, this shot would have been empty and NOT the same....even if it's not the most original idea, I know...)
|02/13/2015 11:40:40 AM|
lol - well I am not the only one that had a look at the old challenges....poor idea though to simply copy what was good.... what lack a of creativity!Message edited by author 2015-02-18 09:26:36.
|12/03/2014 04:25:56 PM|
Originally posted by CBalck:
This image just doesn't say "Macro" to me, it could be that I don't have a point of reference on the scale. It is a cool image and I love the sparks though, so I'm giving you a vote even though it is creeping close to the "does not meet challenge" voting criteria. A 6 from me.
nevertheless, this is my best-rated shot so far, got a 15th place!!!
but yeah, it's NOT REALLY a macro-shot for me too, totally agreeing on that point! ;)
|11/24/2014 09:27:01 AM|
a pity the focus got lost on this one - macro is ALL about the point of focus, you need to choose wisely and be precise while taking the picture. My eyes do not understand why the points of the picks are unsharp, while the uninteresting wood part below is in focus (for 2/3 of the picture) ;)
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