>>>Saturday B&W Thread - 4/13/2013>>>
Wonderful images David. The grasses really look ornamental. The picture has been composed and captured very well.The house on the beach looks really nice. I wonder what the rooms and interiors under that symmetric roof would look like.
The Baryton trio with their baryton, cello and violin has been captured very well. The presence of the audience in such a large portion of the photograph, is well composed.
Excellent post processing with good results.
Excellent concept. A good eye Trafford. Well spotted and beautifully composed. You have captured the texture on those pegs very well.
The view of the tree from the Cafe Marina window is very well exposed.Very impressive.
Beautiful shot Arjun! This is literally "Sky Fall" - the cloud ceiling is so low you can almost reach up and touch the Sky.
There is a local creek crossed by a small bridge with great name - Bear bridge ..
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Beautifully framed and presented. I love the low angle - so close to the water's edge you captured this. And quite an appropriate title like from Children's Story Book - one can imagine this a landscape of Bear Country.
Thanks Bruno, its always good to get positive feedback from a master, guess I just wanted to be evocative with the first frame where I had my own story but left it vague enough for others to put their own spin in it. The second was just crying out for a focus, so I stole old Leonardo's frame and plonked it behind the glass in mine - guess he will give me an earful when it comes time for me to cross over. My very best to you mate.
Thanks David, my own spin in the first composition was for the blue metal to give the face a kind of short beard while somewhat taming the innate psychosis within the eye - unsettling people is a subtle art.
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Max, this is fantastic! It's very much Steampunk. Its got the Retro-Futuristic feel - Back to the Future and Beyond! Love it!
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