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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  • Thanks, Mike. I see that now and I agree that it works.
  • Replied in Bread Putting
    Terrific action shot with a nice sky backdrop. Nice & sharp. I love the way the light plays in the tail feathers. It would be better if the gull were flying into the frame, rather than out of it, ...
  • Replied in Reel Him In
    I like the way your composition exploits the diagonal line formed by the bird and the three distinct prominences in the turbulent water. To my eyes, the bird's pose is perfectly complementary to ...
  • Thanks, Mike. No tripod. I hate the damned things. :-) I took about 30 shots and threw out the ones that weren't sharp (or were otherwise unsuccessful). Complicating matters was the wind, which ...
  • So many rectangles! The curves provide nice relief. I really like the tones and composition. Very nice monochrome.
  • Yikes! Those images certainly do evoke unpleasant visions. An interesting glimpse into a very different culture. Your story about your grandfather reminded me of Chief Dan George's character in the ...
  • I love the overall composition and the near-silhouetted figure with the newspaper, especially the way the backlighting accents his gasses. The cityscape and Space Needle in the background provide ...
  • Replied in The market
    I didn't like this in the smaller size embedded in the post but in the original size I quite like it. It looks as though viewed through textured glass. I find the effect quite appealing but I'm ...
  • I love the colors in this, and the distance afforded by the vertical orientation capturing that almost aqua sky along with the mosses, lichens, grasses, wildflowers, and rock grain in the ...
  • How fortuitous that a nice, clean car with a nice bright finish was positioned to provide such a flattering reflection. A bit disorienting at first glance but eye-catching and captivating. I think ...
  • This is a lubber grasshopper. I had never seen one before I moved to Florida and I was amazed at the size of the first one I saw. This one is about 3 inches long and has pulled several grass ...
  • Replied in Positano Pier
    ...or of their connectedness in spite of ignoring each other?
  • Replied in Absorbing Work
    I think few things are more satisfying than being completely absorbed in one's work, particularly work one loves. Seeing someone else absorbed in their work comes close. This is a nicely composed ...
  • Regardless of the intended meaning, I think it's a successful image because it provokes the emotional reaction and holds interest. It captivates.
  • This image contains so many things that I avoid in my photography -- the vertical elongation with so much open space in the middle, the bright, saturated, contrasty elements right on the edge of ...
  • I love this unorthodox Great Blue Heron portrait. It captures the bird's "pony tail," long, hair-like mane feathers, and the eyes. The soft flowing water background is a perfect complement to the ...
  • This looks like a place I'd love to visit with my camera gear. I love the second shot, with all that foamy turbulence in the foreground. The first shot looks a bit dull to me, not just because of ...
  • Replied in Positano Pier
    A very pretty scene with beautiful pastel colors. I love the equal spacing between the person at left, the background island(s) and the two people at right. The island seems to serve as a barrier ...
  • Replied in Bass rocks
    This is a color slide (Fuji Provia or Velvia, I believe) that I scanned a long time ago and just recently "restored" in Lightroom. It's one of my favorite places: Bass Rocks, Gloucester, MA, USA, ...
  • Replied in Biker Study
    Hi Gary. Welcome to the Wednesday C&C thread. Sorry I'm so late to comment on this one. What a great monochrome character study. Your treatment captures the lines and weathering without making them ...
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