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 Profile
    Beautiful capture under extenuating circumstances. If you hadn't told the story and posted the original, complete image, I wouldn't have gotten any hint of the obstacles. Neither of the cropped ...
  • Unfortunately, the E-500 didn't have a flip-out display. I think the later E-330 was the first Oly DSLR to have that feature. Fortunately, I'm shooting with better cameras these days but, even if ...
  • Replied in Bridge
    Mike Fewster expressed my thoughts about this one. Nice capture.
  • Replied in The Last Waltz
    Wonderful image and story. So fortuitous that you happened to be there to witness such a spontaneous event and capture it in such a great photo. I wouldn't change a thing.
  • I really love this one. The composition is perfect and the birds stand out beautifully. It's great that a few of them are in flight. A wonderful capture. The only thing I'd consider changing would ...
  • Thanks, Pete. I agree about that ice on the right edge. I've already removed a lot of clutter on that right edge but that remaining bit in the lower half still distracts. It should be easy to fix.
  • Replied in Worship II
    It does indeed stand on its own. I love that gold-ish dove(?) on top of the statue's book. Its color complements the otherwise pale blue-gray palette that prevails in the image (at least, that's ...
  • Replied in Untitled
    If it weren't for the one car on the right, this would look to me like drive-up viewing of a rock pile.
  • The first one sets my knees to wobbling. It's spectacular but it looks like it could use a bit of contrast/saturation adjustment, as it seems just a tad washed out. That could be my monitor, ...
  • Yes. The yellow of the forklift is pleasing in the mostly gray environment. Exploration of the image in "original size" is rewarded by more colors in the background houses and the explanatory ...
  • Last week, I posted a photo depicting a view from the entrance to the underground workings at the Palermo No. 1 Mine in North Groton, NH, USA. I mentioned in my comments that the ice formations ...
  • Thanks for looking and commenting, everybody. I really enjoy seeing others' impressions, especially of an image I've been looking at for years. Lots of impressions that tend toward creepy, ...
  • Replied in Palermo No. 1
    Thanks, minniev. I guess a lot of people find this image unsettling. I guess it's a more familiar scene for me so I don't get that feeling from it. I adjusted the vibrance slightly. I also made ...
  • Thanks for looking and commenting. Good call regarding the contrast and definition in the rock. Much room for improvement there. I also slightly increased the definition in that little cloud ...
  • Replied in Maiden Flight
    It is a compelling image. A magical moment, indeed, very nicely captured. Perfect timing and composition. I can't see anything I'd change. Well done.
  • It's a beautiful scene, with the sunset (sunrise?), bare trees and boardwalk reflected on the still water. Nicely composed shot but it's a pity you couldn't get down lower to get the person's head ...
  • Replied in Palermo No. 1
    This is the stone arch over the entrance to the underground workings at the Palermo No. 1 Mine in North Groton, NH, USA. The mine's owner provided a brief, limited tour of the underground workings ...
  • The oblique lighting works well to reveal the texture of the white wall and cast those long shadows. The dark blue shutters and door contrast nicely with the white and terracotta. Is that a ...
  • This is great. A very disorienting image with a strong mystical feel. At first, I thought it had been rotated 180 degrees but that would mean that the graphic is upside down, unless it too is a ...
  • Wow! Such a classic example of lifted and folded strata caused by lateral compression. This looks like a geologically interesting place. The colors in the rock are gorgeous and beautifully ...
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