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The boiled eggs a little lost but nice idea and bang on theme
Thanks, Dave.Cracking shot for hard Stan, good BG and the plate really sets it off well.
Cheers, Chris. I thought a mixture of quail and chicken eggs would add some interest to the shot.Good interpretation of hard and I like the composition with the contrasting eggs.
Thanks, Pete.Hi Stan
I like this image due to the colours involved.
Cheers, Martin. It was laid by a rather large quail aka chicken.Match: I love the picture of the kayaks in the sea, simple yet powerful.
Hard: The little white egg on the left seems a little lost in the plate but a nice shot nevertheless. I'm impressed by the quail egg at the front as not only is it enormous but it came out ready stamped!
Thanks, Dave.Bang on theme Stan, a very well taken shot of the spider.
Cheers, Chris. It's a tiny wee creature but also jumps too.Vicious looking thing, good take with just a standard zoom.
Thanks, Dave.Nice likkle Spidey!
Cheers, Tim. I took the 'Blinds' shot quite early on as 'insurance' in case I don't have other ideas.No idea of the albums, I'm not really into that genre of folk rock. But I do prefer the album shot to the blinds.
it has more colour, there has obviously been more work put into the composition and cropping. All in all I feel it's the stronger of the two shots.
Thanks, John.On the other hand I think I like the blinds more Great sense of depth. Good idea for the second one and I've no idea either.
Thanks, David. Spot on with the LP. The others are Moody Blues' To Our Children's Children's Children and Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits.CSNY: Deja Vu
But the blind shot is a cracker and definitely says synthetic.
Thanks, Chris.Album photo for me, as Tim says it's a good composition (see what I did there ) with nice colours and well lit.
Cheers, Michael. I like both hence why I posted them.Like the idea of the blinds, good use of dof, but the records take top spot for me Stan, I like that bit of colour in there and I quite like the composition you have used too.
Another catch-up from me, Stan:
Match - not just one, but two strong images! I like them both and they're both perfect for the theme, but being a sucker for the seaside I have to say #1 is my favourite with all that open sea and those two tiny canoes
Musical - good idea and the diagonal composition works well for both, but I prefer the B&W version as it removes the distraction of the brightly coloured buttons.
Hard - another good idea and I like the assorted sizes and colours of the surrounding eggs. Square crop is a great choice for this one.
Creatures - ugh! Excellent detailed study, especially with just a standard zoom. Moving swiftly on......
Music - two really strong images and #1 is my favourite by a short head from the albums. I like the strong lines and shallow DOF in the the image of the blinds, but I also like the layout and strong colours in #2. Good ideas
Thanks, Allan. Great help and good to have your thoughts and comments.Nice rural scene not sure about the crop also but I think it’s ok as the only other option would be to lose a bit off the sky and as you say the sky is quite a major part of the picture, so sorry no help at all
Thanks, Andrea. I want to keep the wall/fence there to add some interest and to break up an otherwise a boring foreground.That's a lovely scene, Stan, with beautiful colours. I scrolled the page to lose the fence at the bottom and I think you might have got away with that crop because of the huge blue sky, but it's personal taste and this certainly shouts rural and shows some lovely features of the countryside. I really like it
I would certainly keep the blue sky, it's great, and the use of the bottom 3rd for the horizon works.
I think it would be a bit boring without the colours, but the colours are there, and they make the shot