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 Repulsion
    I appreciate the thoughtful comments, Don.
  • Replied in Repulsion
    I really appreciate the comment and the time and thought invested. Thanks.
  • Thanks for commenting, Kevin, Lou & Mike. My wife and I were walking along the Esplanade on the south bank of the Charles River in Boston, MA one day in September 2006, enjoying a nice breeze off ...
  • Really nice. I love the crab's eye viewpoint, the arrangement of skeptical looking gulls, and the expanse of sky lightly decorated with wispy clouds. The monochrome treatment works well.
  • Replied in Repulsion
    Thanks for the comments, Kevin. This was a color photo that I converted to black & white. The impression you got of infrared may be due to the fact that I elevated luminance in the green and ...
  • I like the way the truck itself is rendered but I don't like what this treatment does to some of the other elements in the shot. I especially dislike the sky at upper right. Have you tried this in ...
  • It looks like a beautiful station and your photos dramatize its features quite well. I think the centered vanishing point works well in these shots. I was wondering whether they were shot at ...
  • Replied in Chrome Pipes.
    It took me a few seconds to sort this out. Great shot. The bike and Atomium meld into a single sculpture and it works really well. Well done.
  • I like the layers. It's almost like a reverse palimpsest with the older on top of the newer. Did you do some rectilinear adjustment on this? The towers in the back look slightly warped to my eye, ...
  • Replied in Photo finish
    I love the title. Interesting find.
  • Fascinating image with a striking juxtaposition of subjects. The mannequins seem to be standing guard on behalf of the person praying. Quite a lot of litter.
  • Replied in Repulsion
    Repulsion
  • Replied in Recreation
    A manufactured, sanitized recreational space. The harsh light makes it look almost hostile in spite of the festive colors. The scene is very busy and cluttered, as though too much "fun" has been ...
  • Thanks for the explanation, Roel. Audience is always an important consideration in composing any work of art.
  • Replied in The hand
    Interesting. I see it now, the ball and its relationship to the hand. That gives the whole thing more of a synthetic chemical theme in which the hand of mankind is adding new atoms to molecules. :-)
  • Replied in Arches
    This is one of the chambers in Fort Pulaski, near Savannah. This is from about 5 years ago when I was using the E-5. For this shot, I had the 7-14 mounted. I didn't use that lens a lot but I loved ...
  • Roel mentioned rough diamonds in his comments and, as a collector of mineral specimens, I've always preferred rough diamonds to polished ones. They are much more complex in their superficial ...
  • Replied in The nose ..
    I love this shot and I think it works equally well with and without the structures and their reflections in the background. As you've presented the image, those background elements provide a sense ...
  • Replied in Atom Man
    I like the way the balloon (or whatever it is)  evokes the idea of atoms breaking off of the molecule (or accreting to it).  I'd suggest cropping off a bit of the sky but I like that uppermost ...
  • Replied in The Canyon
    I like the way the street canyon funnels the viewer into the landscape beyond. The pedestrians add interest and scale. Nice shot.
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