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Thanks Susiewell it fits your definition perfectly Lynne.
I agree....the year has flown by ...where does all that time go
Cheers Graham.......I appreciate you pointing out stuff as my old eye's miss thingsSorry. . But at least you know when I say something is spot on and perfect... I think it really is and I'm not just saying so to be kind.
Nonsense - spot on and perfect. I found it an 'orrible theme to start with but I just let my eyes wander and let my mind run away and look where it got me. Really not much to crit here, simple shot, nice shadow and white BG.
Cripes, this time next week, it'll be boxing day.
Thanks Paul.....glad you like the desat version....I have a thing for "not quite b&W " shotsHiya Lynne... let's start with Round. I LOVE the first image. I think it's just captivating. I'm not always a big fan of high clarity shots but it works and I just find the subtle colouring magical. I really, really like it. The frame filling composition is just perfect and there is not a single thing I'd change in that shot... it is as close to perfect as I can imagine.
It's funny how some images just really work - I'd happily have that on my wall and stare at it constantly (at least when there's no rugby on TV ). The B&W version is a very good photo but not in the same league as the first... the colouring really makes it for me.
Nonsense - a nicely executed shot with super white background in the middle (slight vignetting top right and maybe another corner or two) but overall pretty even. I'm not sure if the B&W conversion allows us to see as much texture in the rock, but it's an interesting shot. I wonder if this might be a shot which benefits from more negative space? Perhaps it's the long shadow which makes me think that...?
& yup , I suspect you're right....more space needed to the rhs - can't alter it though ( other than via pp) as I shot it close up
Photomatix can create problems ( as pointed out by Graham ) but generally I like it , you can make the effect as bold or subtle as you wantHelps? ... a lot thanks ... 3 exposures blended eh! ... I thought as much.
Just googled Photomatix and that's interesting.