Scott Whittemore

Scott Whittemore

Lives in United States Jacksonville USA, United States
Works as a Info Technology
Joined on Jul 23, 2004
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Current equipment: E-M5, E-5, 2 E-3s, 2 E-1s, E-330, ZD 50mm macro, ZD 7-14, ZD 11-22, ZD 12-60 SWD, ZD 14-35, ZD 14-54, ZD 14-45, ZD 50-200 SWD, ZD 40-150, FL-50, m.ZD 12-40, m.ZD 12-50, m.ZD 75-300

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  • Replied in Group Reply
    Thanks for looking and commenting, everybody. Explanation: This image was taken with bottom of the camera at water level. The "raft" is actually the stem of the plant that's sprouting the...
  • Nice work, Roel. These are beautiful images. Clearly, Olympus can do indoor sports when the camera is operated skillfully.
  • I agree with others that the SWD version is preferable for action photography. Its autofocus is much snappier and it is much less inclined to get lost and hunt.
  • Replied in Misty Morning
    I definitely prefer the first over the second. The building outlines are sharper and better defined in the first, where they seem fuzzy and color-aberrated in the second. I also prefer the soft...
  • Replied in Yaelle...
    yyr wrote: This does not seem an obvious B&W candidate to me so I'm curious why. It's engaging for sure and in B&W appeals almost as an abstract rather than as a 'real' photo - if you get what I...
  • Replied in Florida...
    Florida Nature Photographer wrote: Scott Whittemore wrote: I like this a lot. The colors and symmetry work well for me. I even like the lens flare. Where is this lens flare that you...
  • Very nice, Andrew.
  • A beautiful scene, nicely captured. Good job keeping the shadow details in the soft morning light. I would clone out the wire but, otherwise, I like your composition a lot. The stairs and the...
  • Very nice. I love the processing overall and that blue wedge in the corner and the lone figure. Really excellent. I wouldn't change a thing.
  • Replied in Aikido
    Nice shot. Excellent timing and I like that you included the whole shadow. The two combatants in their white outfits are very well defined and the composition is beautifully balanced. I really like...
  • Well done. The blue stands out in the generally muted composition, drawing attention to the two figures and the interaction/tension between them. The aspect ratio further emphasizes that effect. I...
  • I like this a lot. The colors and symmetry work well for me. I even like the lens flare. The only problem I have is that slightly curved edge at the top that doesn't quite line up with the edge of...
  • The sky looks a little grainy. :-) Interesting treatment. I like the way the billboard stands out among the desaturated elements. It's a nice, pleasing graphical arrangement. Reminiscent of a...
  • ...been on the TV screenSo they passed his music by." And headed for the ATM. Nice scene. You must've stopped to hear him at least long enough to get a good photo.
  • Replied in Rafter
    E-M5, m.ZD 12-40, handheld. Processed/converted in LR5. Rafter (E-M3, m.ZD 12-40)
  • Another amusing pose. I think he wants to borrow your camera.
  • Nice capture of what looks like a pleasant conversation in the first. I really like the isolated figure surrounded by the immense and strangely ornate architecture of the bridge in the second. A...
  • Nice set, Rich. I think the fourth is my favorite. Is that cannon smoke? Sounds like you had a nasty fall. I hope your health problems are behind you soon.
  • I suppose we all go through a saturation-is-good phase. I know I did. This is nice, though. I probably would have gone with a slightly higher shutter speed to get a little more detail in the...
  • I like that first one. Very nice.
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