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Very fitting use of the theme.
Very fitting use of the theme.
Perfect timing for the theme - and a lovely deep red on the roses.
As others have said - great choice for a subject. Very dramatic colour works really well against the background. Simple and straightforward. Great stuff.
Thanks guysLovely shot and topical too
Thank you for admiring my pair, yep they're a pair of fakes! I'm too tight to buy real roses! I used lightroom to soften the fabric side of thingsNice pair.
Are they artificial?
Thanks for your comments, I agree about the swans but they were ignoring my pleas of forming a heart shape. In fact they barely moved at all.Rock - Not sure how I missed this earlier. Very clever using the vase. It has worked nicely to give the shot that red hue.
Tall - I think I would have gone with your 4th image, but can see why you would want to do something different from the expected norm of a low perspective looking upwards
Snappers - Free weeks are often the hardest because you aren't constricted. I agree with the choice of the swans over the robin. Just wishing the swans would have created the classic heart shape (as I'm commenting on the 14th )
Pair - Lovely Valentines day shot.
Fair enough I was keeping the rule of thirds in mind but I see what you mean. I'll have a play in photoshop laterPair
Nice roses. I like the composition, but think you could lose a bit off of the right.
Lightroom helped me out a lot there!Nicely lit - I often find bright reds can be difficult to expose - even in nature!
The swans were difficult models to say the least! I was in a fairly perilous position as it was, I didn't fancy joining them. The robin I believe has a nest in there as I see him most times I walk past the hedge. Luckily for me he was there and we had unusually sunny daySnappers Choice
Nice shots, would have liked the swan head to have the water completely behind it, with your camera would need to be higher shooting down or the swans moved closer to the bottom edge. Spotting the robin in amongst the branches was well done, they definitely don't get the posing message.
Nice detail on the flowers, not sure if it looks better cropped from the right and in portrait format
That is, indeed, one grumpy cat... sorry, lion cub!
Yep haha thats my take on the Lion KingHaha good take on the theme! Grumpy Simba
The Lion King was the film that immediately came to mind as its my wife's favorite movie, so I knew she would help posing the catLove it, got this one instantly. Took me ages to come up with an idea, and I just couldn't think of a way of making it very photogenic.
Hah. New one on me, had to Google it with help from previous posters. The cat looks like he is figuring out how best to murder you.
We were rewarded/punished for our efforts later that night when two dead mice were dropped by the cat flap, perhaps it was a warning?Hilarious. The Cat looks about to rip your face off.
Wow I think I would struggle too! He's actually being held up with two hands its just behind his back. Still think he's unimpressed to this day.This made me laugh.. my cat would look just as hacked off if I did that to him. Mind you, at 9.7kg I doubt I could lift him like that with two hands, never mind one!
Well, he certainly doesn't look impressed.
Good interpretation of the film.
Nice image. Your fiancé is far more patient than my wife, she would have been over the horizon by the time I even got the tripod out of the bag.
Thank you, I wonder how long the patience will last after a couple of more years of these projectsWhat a great idea for the theme and well done to you both for having the patience to fiddle about setting it up, composition is spot on.
I hope your wedding plans all work out well this year.
Thank you, we have our fingers crossed that the restrictions are delayed. I am quite tempted to have this one printed out.A nice idea that's simple and effective, and will perhaps be a shot from your 52 that you will want to keep!
Good luck with your upcoming nuptials. I hope you both have a happy life together.
I hadn't noticed that, I was focusing on making sure the crop and colour levels looked right with the hands.I like that a lot. The halves idea is reinforced by the fact that there's almost a symmetry to it too.
Aye but the better half?The other half ... excellent.