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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  • Nice action shot. Lots of energy and motion, along with pleasing colors and composition.
  • Replied in Slow Melt
    The sea creature you're thinking of probably was a nudibranch. This does look a bit like a nudibranch. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nudibranch Thanks for your comments.
  • Replied in A portrait
    Nice portrait. The bird stands out well against the blue sky. Good detail in the plumage and a nice catch light in the eye. I might prefer a pose in which the subject is not looking directly at ...
  • Replied in Slow Melt
    Or perhaps Yeats' beast "slouching towers Bethlehem." :-) It's a former "muffin" of snow that accumulated on a limb overhanging a brook. The moisture from the brook, combined with sub-freezing ...
  • I have to agree with the crop. It definitely strengthens it for me.
  • Nice! I love the geometric shapes formed by the foreground sticks and their reflections and the way the reflection of the distant tree connects the background to those foreground shapes. The mist ...
  • I love this composition, with the three fishermen and complementary three pelicans (all pescadores) and the low viewpoint putting them all up against the sky and the concrete wall providing a ...
  • Had me fooled. :-) That's an interesting landscape. I think the pink is caused by a microbe, "halobacterium," which is made pink by betacarotene.  It loves high-salinity environments.
  • Nice use of leading lines in both images but most effective in the second one, which also has some nice soft pastel sky colors. Very nice.
  • Replied in Slow Melt
  • Hmmm. I didn't notice that. It's a while since I've actually worked on this image so I've forgotten what I had done before and its subtle details are not fresh in my mind. I guess my crop was a ...
  • Thanks, Don. Is this what you had in mind?
  • Replied in Graze - In IR
    Beautiful scene and nicely depicted in IR. I think I would try cropping out the upper group of clouds, leaving just the swath above the horizon with that nice upward-sweeping swath on the right ...
  • <snip> Yes. Their interest seems more than technical.
  • Replied in Goin' Nowhere
    I like these Idaho junkyard shots. The low viewpoint gives these trucks majesty and the mountainous backdrop makes them seem isolated and out of place. Interesting how the fenders of the orange ...
  • I like this but I think I'd like it better if the horizon didn't seem tilted. I like thw way the dark figures stand out against the enormous expanse of near white. It creates an illusion of a ...
  • Such festive attire. The first shot depicts an interesting interaction. Lots of mystery about the nature of the interaction, as only the one face is visible but body language seems to suggest to ...
  • A beautiful, peaceful scene. I think I'd crop off the ripply water at the bottom, as it seems to distract from the scene beyond and diminish the peacefulness. I do like it fine the way it is, though. ...
  • Replied in Do not pass
    Wow! The yellow foliage on those two trees really stands out nicely and the dark green similarly-shaped evergreen is an excellent counterpoint. I like the framing but I'd like to see a little more ...
  • <snip> I agree that the pro µFT lenses are very good. I have both the 12-40 and the 40-150 and I've been impressed with their performance. The 40-150, especially, delivers excellent sharpness and ...
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