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Nice portrait ... amongst all the confusion .
Thanks!Well thought out, it works well on all points, Nick
Cheers!Totally love it Nick, bang on theme and like it looks gritty with the Fuji iso up.
Thank you!Nice one - I did have to look up the work by Dali, but yes, a clear link to that. Bang on theme too.
Thanks!Well spotted opportunity. I think the noise suits it in B&W, giving it a gritty look.
Thank you!That works really well. Mixing desk at ISO3200 - should be noisy
Cheers!A nice reflection didn’t get it a first thought it was someone peeping over the mixing desk, I see what you mean about the tribute had to look it up though
Thanks!Works really well. If it were me, I'd probably clone out that white dot on the left as it's a bit distracting but that's just my opinion...
Thank you!Just to echo whats been said above Nick, I too think the 'noise' adds to the overall scene, nothing really to add. Good work.
Cheers!That works well for both theme & technique. Would possibly have liked a little more of the desk to give more context but that would have made the reflection smaller in the image so maybe wouldn't have worked.
Thanks!Nice photo Nick, well on theme and technique, Thanks for the explanation as I would never have guessed, my first thought was some one reflection in a house window.
Thank you!Nice portrait ... amongst all the confusion .
Thank you!Nice image, on theme and well composed.
Thanks!A really interesting image - masks do seem to add a sense of seriousness to the expression of the wearer.
I really like it, the composition is perfect. Black & white with a bit of noise never seems as bad as colour with noise (well in my mind anyway).
Works really well, I did look up your Dali reference, it's not one I was familiar with. Also suits the technique with personally I think just the right amount of noise.
Thanks!Certainly looks rough. Has a Thai feel to it.
Cheers!Nice patina and texture Nick
Thank you!I see what you mean regarding it looks slightly underexposed but the textures great
Gloomy works well with this. Nicely textured and rough.
Cheers!Lots of texture that's for sure. I may have been tempted to try a different composition. IMO, central subjects work best with eye contact and even though it's a statue, it's still kind-of a portrait. Certainly thematic though.
Thank You!Good colour/texture in the hair/hat especially.
Cheers!This brings out the rough texture of your garden ornament nicely.
Thanks!I do really like the original but I must admit I didn’t realise what it was, I think it conveys a much softer image than the second one so it’s more suited to the theme
Cheers!I also prefer it with the end of the bow in shot. Ironically, one has to apply rosin to the bow to make it less smooth and a bit sticky.
Thanks!Suits the B&W treatment. I like that the eye is drawn to where the bow bridges the two strings with the depth of field and the pale horsehair(?).
Thank you!I too prefer the one you decided against. I prefer the angles and the lines in the square frame. Works really well. Nice B&W treatment too!
Cheers!Both ok for me but leaning slightly towards the second one too
Thanks!LOL nicely shoe horned Nick
Thank you!.... second one kind of explains all but two good images.
Cheers!Like others, I was a bit confused by your first post.. initially I thought it was a pencil! #2 would be my preference. Works well in mono.