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Great colours and good interpretation of the theme.
Thanks Bebop, must work harder on my PABD shots next time.I really like the bold colours in both of these shots. They sit together well too.
You've handled the exposure and lighting really nicely, and I agree the two doors are like a number 11. The weights certainly have lots of numbers on them too.
Sorry but you've failed on a PABD
Thank you Martin.Great colours and good interpretation of the theme.
Thanks for looking in Tim. I don't quite know what the set up is with the doors, begs a question right enough..The doors shot has me asking the question, "are they the front and side door for the same house?"
Because the left hand one is slightly smaller and set back. So not PABD, as it begs a question
Thanks Dominic, my neighbours must think I'm nuts lying out on my decking taking photos of a naked ActionManBut what a physique.
I don't think my action man ever washed his clothes.
I like how you've separated the background. It's a great set up and fills the criteria of the theme nicely.
Thanks Ian, really my whole intention for this was to raise a smile, so I'm pleased that it got the reaction.Wow. Do they even do Action Man any more? At least he's sexless which will appeal to the woke generation.
Love the image, which did make me smile, but not as much as the thought of your neigbours thinking WTF when looking at you. A nice careful composition as usual that works really well for me.
Thanks Allan, much appreciated.excellent take on the theme
Thanks Dave.Super set up and theme tick
thank you Stan.Should that not have an NSFW warning?
Nice setup and thought out.
Thanks Nick, I'm having that, "brilliantly daft" that's the best critique everBrilliantly daft!
I like how there's impatience in his stance.
Thank you, kind comments indeed.Really good. Yet another very imaginative take on the theme
Its a great image, definitely gave me a laugh. The background works well and adds to the overall concept
Thanks Dave, glad it raised a laugh.Great fun take on theme Iain, made me laugh.
Thanks Simon..he may well doGreat picture, perhaps he knows the naked Barbie I saw on another thread!
Thank you Dominic, I am very happy with it because as I mentioned I struggled with the theme this week.Artificial
It's very good and imaginative. Great light and composition as always.
Thanks Ian, you're quite correct it does slope a little and I can't really give a reason why I didn't correct it haha.Agree with Dominic. Love the lighting and I think it's really imaginative.
OCDtidy person in me sees a slope up from left to right. Deliberate hill or optical illusion? Probably wouldn't have noticed it if I wasn't trying to figure out whether I would like a (vertically) central subject with a bit more room on the bottom.
I'm splitting hairs though Iain. I think it's a fab image and it made me smile.
Thanks Stuart.The lighting on the artificial image is great, maybe it's just me but I'm confused by the composition. Is it the fact the diamond is man made?
Thanks Dave.Nice take on the theme and well shot
Thank you Bebop.Love this. Perfect artificial diamond - not an occlusion in sight ha ha! Such a great idea. Really nicely captured.
Thanks helen.Another great and imaginative shot.
Thank you Susie.Your Toys shot made me smile Iain, really well set up too with the mini washing line.
Another well thought out one for this week ..... super reflection.
thanks Dave. The thing with this theme was that I normally try and put the theme into a phrase. It helps with ideas I find. All I could come up with was artificial light and artificial intelligence. I struggled to come up with any ideas from them. Then, my 5 year grandson and I were playing and the 'diamond' was treasure. I thought I could do something with the ahem diamond. The little figure was included for scale. I was going to use a penny as it is a similar size.If I ever struggle as much as you for images I'd be over the moon, great and well thought out shot.
Thanks Nick.That's beautifully done... Bravo!
Thank you Joan.Love this shot. Love the simplicity, the lighting, the composition and the tones. Great shot and well worth the wait!
Thanks Dominic, I did look up the definition of pattern I thought my shots may loosely fit that definition haha.Patterns
I reckon they fit the theme well. The kiwi and slices of lime have patterns in themselves, the lemon not so much, but the added patterns you've made with your compositions, means they're all working for the theme.
Thanks Martin.The kiwis and the limes are the best. You've already done the tech but these two are classic 'negative space' pictures