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 Fall
    I usually detest using a tripod but on this occasion (and a few others), it was really the only way to get the shot I wanted. I used one of those little table-top tripods with a little Manfrotto ...
  • What a magnificent landscape. The symmetrical curved slopes make a nice cradle for the peaks. A very nicely crafted image. My only complaint is that one rock that interferes with the reflection of ...
  • This is delightful. I love the pastel yellows and greens and the people in the windows, on the stair, etc. The sky is nice too, and makes a great backdrop. I like that such a small part of the ...
  • I really like this. The lines and shapes work very well directing the eye through the image and that patch of warm color amid the muted tones and textures is very appealing and well placed in the ...
  • Stiletto flippers or maybe stiletto heels for mermaids? The blue color is striking and the touch of bright red makes a nice counterpoint. A nicely composed image. I hope you find a way to recover ...
  • Funny. When the image first appeared on my display, I thought it was a phone. :-)
  • Thanks, Roel. Adding space to an image is nothing fancy, really, just tedious. I just brought the image into Photoshop, selected "Canvas Size" from the "Image" menu and increased the canvas size ...
  • Thanks very much for the comments, everybody. Here is the original image with minor adjustments, including a horizon-straightening rotation. The shot was taken with the camera pretty close to ...
  • Replied in Girl Power
    Do you know if the woman standing there is the author of the graffiti? In any case, it's a good message made more powerful by the woman's presence and pose.
  • It looks much older than it is. In fact, it would fit in well with Vienam-War-era photojouralism. I assume that was your intent in the processing. Is that bamboo they're carrying? If so, then that ...
  • Replied in Aura
    That's interesting. The aura looks for all the world like an artifact caused by editing to darken the sky without darkening the building (or to brighten the building without brightening the sky), ...
  • Replied in Marlboro man
    It took me a while to find the cigarette smoker that your title told me to seek. Once a behavior to be practiced and emulated proudly, trademark of the giants of the silver screen... Bogart, ...
  • Interesting. My immediate reaction was the opposite of Fox328's. I wanted a counter-clockwise correction. Such a nice design and rich looking materials in a fairly banal piece of equipment, making ...
  • Replied in Resolve
    A driftwood shot that I worked on a bit. I used Photoshop's clone stamp to adjust the shapes of the roots on the right. Definitely not photojournalism.
  • I've wondered how those hay bales are made. For some reason, it never occurred to me that it might be such a complex process involving multiple stages and machines. I found this fascinating. ...
  • Oh, Lou, that really sucks. I really feel for you. I hope the other commenters' advice helps you get your files back. I have nothing to offer beyond what's already been said other than my best ...
  • Replied in Light bulb man
    I passed on this one last week because I didn't know what to say about it. I keep coming back to it though because its subject and dynamic composition make me smile. That makes it a successful ...
  • An interesting depiction of a rail car negotiating a very cramped street. The viewing angle is perfect to convey the challenging error margins. I wish we could see the driver's face.
  • Replied in "Go, Junior!"
    Thanks, miniev. The juveniles are a bit paler and have white feathers on their heads. The color comes from diet so it builds up as they mature. Breeding adults have bald pale greenish or pale ...
  • I really love this one. The quiet zone feels cold and desolate, separated from the bright, colorful world of human interaction by an authoritarian barrier and the lone man trapped in the quiet ...
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