Those are the strangest looking eyes I've ever seen. It's like the edges are torn away. How did you do that?
Ummm.... I don't get it?
Great shot, congrats on the win!
Where is this tree?
Thx, This was taken years ago and believe it or not I was actually on my way to a fishing hole on the Bow River, and really not trying to create a photograph.
Amazing shot! Congrats.
Awesome shot, love the tones.
Thanks for the kind words, my father was an exceptional and influential man in many ways, as I'm sure all fathers are.
Shakylee: Great shot, love the old buildings
APenza: Great shot.
Thanks. Checked out your gallery, you have a lot of amazing shots.
TomasJacko: too much space on the left, falling verticals
There could be some lens distortion, but I work with what I have.
inframan: Excellent! Well-deserved win.How did you determine the exposure length?
The exposure was just trial and error... about 6 error's actually. It was a windy night and the clouds would keep covering the full moon, then uncovering it so it was a guess. Oddly enough the last exposure was a keeper.
Agalliac: Outstanding shoot !
Thank you ! It was good to try a night shot. I'll have to try it again sometime
libertylady: Congratulations on this shot. Very nicely done.
Thx for the compliment
Thx JayBee57.... had a lot of fun freezing my butt off at night in the wind trying to get that shot.
Shakylee: How do you get crisp shadow edges?
Hi Shakylee, try moving your like source away from the subject.
Thanks Barb,I'm sure you will have a lot of fun and success when you get around to trying the technique.Cheers!
The Mick: No love for the Pentax? ;o) I really like the creativity you've shown here! Great job and best of luck in the challenge!Mick
Thx Mick, I really tried to work Pentax in the mix, ( my first SLR was a Pentax Super ME) but just couldn't seem to find a way to do it with the limited amount of letters.
conspicuity tape (safety reflective tape)
close up of hair clipper blades?