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 Suspect
    Yes. I agree that having the stairs dissolve into black would be a good idea. I've also considered making the whole image a bit darker for a more sinister feeling. Thanks, Stephen.
  • What a beautiful scene. I love the colors, especially that tuft of yellowish to greenish brown vegetation at lower center-right, which repeats along a line that leads to the shoreline and the ...
  • Replied in Bear Encounter
    All amazing shots, Mike. It looks like, in addition to the sought-after bear, you had excellent light. These are really beautiful. I love the bear's playful attitude, especially in the last shot. ...
  • Replied in Suspect
    Not a self-portrait and not my drawing, although I have painted some portraits in the past. No, this was a found situation. I did move the chair a bit to set up the shot but I found it in the ...
  • Replied in Brussels
    Great colors and lines in this. It looks, at first glance, like a single building face but on closer examination, that horizontal zig-zaggy thing is a roof line and the shapes above it are another ...
  • Replied in Street
    An interesting scene, nicely laid out. Green grass this side of the curb and only brown, dead vegetation on the other. Neat but aging rows of pavers overlapped with arbitrary blotches of asphalt, ...
  • Replied in Suspect
  • I can see why that exhibit caught your eye. It is really well done. Your photo captures it well, though I'd like to see a little more space in front of the skeleton on the right-hand side. Very ...
  • These are all fantastic. Number four stands out as a favorite for me. Wonderful composition and very effective monochrome processing. Nice work!
  • Replied in UFO
    Don, your comments are always very thoughtful and thought-provoking. Thank you.
  • Replied in UFO
    Great minds think alike, I guess. :-)  A few minutes after I took this shot, I processed the film, went into the darkroom and made some prints. For years, I had a framed 8X10 print hanging on a ...
  • No narwhals? You must have lots of great shots. I look forward to seeing more.
  • A beautiful image. Nicely composed. The only quibble I can come up with is that the bear is looking directly at the photographer. I think I'd like it better with more of a candid feel. Did you see ...
  • Replied in UFO
    A couple of years ago, I scanned some old black & white negatives with my crappy little Minolta film scanner so I could bring them into Lightroom and play with them. It's much easier to play in ...
  • A nicely balanced composition with all activity nicely contained. I like the blues in this. The woman's suit draws the eye in and then links to Grandpa Elliot, Dave Chinn and other elements. A ...
  • I really like this shot, especially the second version (the yellowish cast in the sky spoils the first version for me). Your point of view creates the impression (for me, at least) that the tower ...
  • Replied in Serendipity...
    Nice spot. Beautiful view and the means of access plainly visible. Makes me want to be there.
  • I love these old forts with their interesting architecture and masonry and I really like this set of images you've presented. Black & white is a good choice for these. Nice set.
  • I think I agree with all of Lou's comments. Nothing to add.
  • I like all of these a lot but the second one stands out for me. Nice set.
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