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Another clever picture, you have quite the imagination.
Martin, thank you, it's not a unique subject/image but again I hope to put my spin on it.Another clever picture, you have quite the imagination.
Thanks Ian, a frustrating subject to set up but I am happy with the outcome.Fantastic image Iain. So clean and sharp. Beautifully controlled lighting and an innovative subject.
Thanks PaulVery creative, and beautifully executed.
Thank you SimonScissors - very clever. Great shot!
Cheers Chris.Another clever concept Iain
thank you.Lovely creative 'pair' shot. Great idea. I think the blades might be facing the wrong way though
I love your cyclist sculpture - very clever again. And all those wire flowers - just lovely! You could sell those.
Thanks Tim,Hi Iain,
Pair - Brilliantly done. I wouldn't have had the patience to get that to work.
Snappers - Very clever and a powerful image. The heartbeats even more so in the current climate.
I think I slightly prefer "3 Flowers" though. Can't quite put my finger on why. Perhaps because it's high key ?
Thank you again Susie, such kind comments.Your flower sculptures would make a great set of prints for on the wall Iain.
Love the ’scissors‘ another excellent creative shot, I’m really enjoying your weekly offerings.
Thanks StanThat's very clever. Took me a while to figure out the bottom is a reflection of the top. The blurry edges give it away for me.
Thank you Pete.Very nicely done Iain and great processing too.
Thanks Steve for such kind comments.I'm slowly catching up on people's 52's after a busy start to the year and it's been a pleasure going through yours, so much imagination through all the subjects and presented immaculately. It's difficult to pick any out from so many good shots but I did particularly like the fruit pineapple and the stone shots.
This week's one was another outstanding shot, it's not a concept that I had seen before and although it looks simple I'm sure it's not to get everything perfect as you have,
Looking forward to following your 52 through the year.
Thanks Paul, I get what you are saying, and you're not wrong. However, it was a conscious decision to leave the [lets call them artefacts] in there. I didn't want it crisp all over or slightly blurred either. I wanted the viewer to realise it's a shadow and it's a photograph rather than thinking it was created in photoshop say. I hope that makes sense? Your points are quite valid but just I had a reasoning behind it. Thanks again for looking in.Comments reposted from "the wrong place" - oops!
Iain, thanks for showing the behind the scenes. As I scrolled down, I *really* liked the top half, but I found the lower half too sharp, and there was something odd on the lower edge (now I now it was the card support).
I think you could have cropped just above the eyes for a better effect.
Thanks Allangreat use of light, I don't mind the sharpness of the eyes, what film is it by the way
Thanks Helen, cropping the card out was a consideration, I know where people are coming from about it but I decided to leave it in as in some way of an explanation of how it was done by shadow.No problem guessing the film on this one. I agree, it could be improved by cropping out the supporting card which creates a slightly distracting line. All that said a very effective shot.