Shine On Harvest Moon
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Nice one Tim. Great pov and perspective, all the elements come together well.
Ta I agree, I think it works.Nice one Tim. Great pov and perspective, all the elements come together well.
I should take a few sky shots of my own to use in the fakeryOoooh a fake blue sky .....at least mine was real the perspective does the job Tim, it looks suitably tall.
Cheers. it had to be something like this or else it could have been very boring indeed.I love it! red/green/blue.
That low PoV works a treat.
Lovely perspective Tim. On both of the subjects
heheWhy did I not see this in you eggscelent photo Doh..
The telephone boxes are still there, lying down (at least they were the last time I was in kingston town centre, which must be a year ago now.WOW red telephone box still in situ next to an old gas lamp, I remember there being loads of red boxes in Kingston Upon Thames when I lived up near there just by C&A. Stunning composition and the colours really pop.
Inflatable Stonehenge, that must really keep the druids chasing it round the world at summer solstice.. lovely perspective and stunning crop.
Thanks, I wanted some of the phone box, but I also wanted it partially hidden and in the background. I think I got it about right.I like the way the lamp post is the star of the show, with just the right amount of the phonebox showing. Great colours, great perspective and I personally think a grey sky wouldn't have taken anything away from it.
I pulled the shadows up as much as I dared from the jpg, but actually I quite like it darkish. The fake sky is also quite dark (at least it's not fluffy clouds), so I thought it sort of fitted.nice perspective and an interesting object looks a little underexposed to me. changing the sky seems to be a thing these days not really a fan.
Possibly, though then I would have got other objects in the background.Tall - can see it reaching for the sky so fits the theme, was there an photo possible standing to the right so that there was isolation between the three elements?
Yes, it wasn't the most inspiring.Works well from that angle.. I can imagine it would be pretty drab with a grey sky so can perhaps forgive the replacement this time
Cheers, it was deliberate.Tall
I like the inclusion of the phonebox and the green of the lamp post.
Well, I like to be honest about these things. I should shoot some of my own skies though, rather than using the inbuilt ones.Nice selection of colours and I like the composition.
I wouldn't have spotted the swap if you hadn't told me...
Cheers.A bit behind with comments I'm afraid!
That sky works nicely Tim and I like the inclusion of the phone box.
Ta Dave.Works weel Tim
Fill the frame, meh, wouldn't have thought so, I'll leave it to Cobra.
Cheers, I do enjoy playing with coloured lighting when I get a chancePair
The gel has done a good job. The colours on the figures have also come out well.
Not sure about filling the frame I'm afraid.
Nice lighting and fits the theme well.
It wasn't much effort tbh. rogue gels fit quite nicely and standing a couple of speedlights on their side 3" from the models was quite straightforward.Really like the lighting effort you've gone to with this. Guessing they're out at a nightclub somewhere? I definitely think the gels add atmosphere and interest.
It's not really a filled frame for me, but it's not my decision
Good shot Tim, sadly not filling the frame though.
I knew you'd love it AllanTwo of my favourite things Lego and DC films no comment on the other matter.
The Harley & Ivy animated series was on C4 recently I think.Ok, so I had to look up DC films... I'm certainly learning about a variety of subjects in the 52!
Looks good to me but not what I would categorise as filling the frame... sorry
No, you were right the first time. it has been confirmed as cannon in issue 25 of Gotham City Sirens.They're almost holding hands, must be a
I had the last laugh, I had the final grin, Threw you into the asylum...with Harley Quinn!! Turned two face, to black and blue face and I am 100% not Bruce Wain!! YEAAAHHHHH!!
Can't beat a bit of Lego Batman! Nice shot.
I like the lighting Tim, it brings out those bright colours nicely.
Stonehenge was fun with the kids. Not sure how I first heard of it, might have been on Diamond Geezer's blogHi Tim,
My first visit to your 52 and enjoyed looking through your shots to date. Loved the "dirty" shot, very well done and good fun. I hadn't heard about the inflatable stonehenge, would have been fun with the kids.
Lego characters are always good for a photo. Nice bright colours, does the image in the background have a relevance, otherwise I do find it slightly distracting.
Did you miss my Dominatrix Harley and Deadpool from last year then?Model CosPlay figures, what next. Interesting and works well.
The gels did help make it more interestingI'd have thought they did fill the frame and am now a bit worried about managing to do this myself. I almost ticked it off with my stone picture. Hmm
Very colourful Pair image. I like the background, which with the gels, does make it look night clubbish - as someone suggested.