Scott Whittemore

Scott Whittemore

Lives in United States Jacksonville, FL, 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 Cast
    Or I  didn't carry out your suggestion correctly.  :-)
  • Replied in Cast
    Thanks for your thoughtful appraisal, Zin, as always. I hadn't noticed the parrot. Good eye. :-)
  • Replied in Cast
    Thanks, Andrew. I often get comments suggesting more contrast in my images. I guess I tend to like things less contrasty. In this case, I was hesitant to add contrast because I wanted to preserve ...
  • Replied in The Balance
    This composition works really well for me but, as already discussed, the Giacometti is right on the edge of the Monet and it would be better either just outside the edge of the painting or fully ...
  • Replied in Cast
    Thanks, Pete, for your thoughtful interpretation. Actually, there is a horizon, right about at the fisherman's head, but it's subtle because of the fog. This is a beach on Big Talbot Island in ...
  • Replied in Cast
    A bit of mimicry.
  • Really nice job on the composition and B&W processing. The austerity of the setting is well communicated. That movie (Twelve Years a Slave) was exceptionally well done, IMO, and very hard to watch ...
  • Replied in Royal Visit
    Good action shot with lots of interesting story behind it. The Queen is obviously paying serious attention so it's a good document of her visit there.
  • Replied in Wonder
    At first, I thought the first image was my favorite -- a beautiful setting and well composed image with that little girl so poignantly posed near the center. However, when I enlarged it, I noticed ...
  • Replied in I am sleepy
    Yes, as others have said, it's an excellent image. Very well done. I'd be proud of it if it were mine. I agree with Zin's crop suggestion and I really like Andrew's third and fourth renderings.
  • Very sensual. Compels anthropomorphism. Good eye and nicely executed image.
  • Replied in Terraformed?
    Nice science fiction landscape. I love the reddish sky and the irridescent looking foreground. I imagine this to be, not the moon, but a visiting planetoid spacecraft. It could happen. :-)
  • Really impossible to judge at this small size. I like the enhancement of shadow detail but, to me, it looks just a tad overdone.
  • Replied in Lapland night
    Gorgeous image. I love the details and color. That little puff of smoke emanating from the chimney is a special treat. Absolutely wonderful.
  • Replied in Splish Splash
    Thanks, Pete. Good idea to reduce the saturation in the green tree on the left. Perhaps a reduction in contrast/clarity is in order as well.
  • Replied in Scott
    I agree with Mike. The original has much nicer blues in it. I guess my suggestion was a bad one.
  • Thanks for the explanation, Mike. Sorry about misunderstanding.
  • I understood your comment, Mike. I shoot exclusively RAW, and have for the past 10 years or more. In my experience, the availability of clean shadow detail in a raw file of a high-contrast image ...
  • Nice job getting clean detail in the terrain of those backlit mountains while holding nice detail in the clouds as well. I agree with the comments about the darkest parts. As suggested, a radial ...
  • Thanks, Zin. I like your crop suggestion and I definitely agree with the monochrome suggestion. I had already done this one in monochrome and liked it very much. This image was originally captured ...
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