- Edit My Images
Loving the minimalist look, assume you keep in the theme in the back of your head just in case you come across a potential image
I did try a version of another shot in B&W - but for me I felt it lost a little something. The one I posted above does actually have the vibrancy and saturation knocked back a bit (because they can be quite odd colours those streetlights) so that it's got enough colour to show it's colour - if you know what I mean.Really nice minimalistic and simple image. Very atmospheric with the mist. Part of me wants to see a B&W version with the contrast tweaked a bit but it's very hard to tell at these low resolutions how it would look. Nice work.
Some weeks I'm lucky in that something comes up and an idea sparks right away, others I have to work at (and often stretch the definition a fair bit...)Loving the minimalist look, assume you keep in the theme in the back of your head just in case you come across a potential image
Nice, I like these kind of shots.
I tend to agree. I'm a fan of contrasty, gritty B&W images of stonework as it brings out the texture, but I liked that the colour of the background helped isolate the face.All nice images and any one of them could have been used. the colour gargoyle works well for me as there just seems to be a tiny bit more interest in it, for some reason.
He was most put out when I wouldn't let him in.That made me laugh... so I can lay claim to the "tit shot"
Birds usually take a little while to get used to new feeders so they'll probably be full by Thursday!!
A nice set of images but I love the Tom and Jerry option.. that expression is classic "how good am I??"