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- Wed Nov 20, 2019 2:17 am
- Forum: People Showcase
- Topic: Duck & The Decisive Moment
- Replies: 5
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Unitas_Photography-6564.jpg Thanks to Minnie's and Dave's kind generosity in sharing their vacation with me I had the privilege of observing this community's generations old tradition first hand. It was fascinating and mesmerizing and awe inspiring watching a community of both locals and strangers ...
I saw your boots in minniev's pic with the cat....just point your camera at your feet Duck......Bahahahaha Heyyyyyyyy.... :( Seriously, I would want a really beat up pair of work boots. Besides, I already took a photo of mine. https://photos.smugmug.com/Portfolios/Products/i-8GXwrpZ/2/d3f45da9/XL/U...
- Fri Nov 15, 2019 1:13 am
- Forum: ― Artistic Expression Critique
- Topic: 'Waitin' on Forrest Gump' (Composite)
- Replies: 13
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I like the reworked version. It definitely provides more of a sense of 'place' without sacrificing the overall mood. Well done.
"How much are those boots in the window"? Cool version Duck, this reminds me of a store front window advertisement or a magazine add. Excellent, I like it very much and I'm sure you will be able to possibly use it later or something similar. Hopefully someone sees this and says, "this is the guy to...
- Wed Nov 13, 2019 2:23 am
- Forum: ― Scapes Critique
- Topic: Last Sunset on Swim-Beach
- Replies: 10
- Views: 130
[...] I got these shots consumed with guilt because everyone else was cleaning the cottage and I sneaked out when I saw what was developing in the sky. Sneaky, sneaky. I didn't even realize you snuck off. It's a great shot so I'll forgive you. :D I'm currently sifting through my images deciding on ...
And I'm okay with that. It's what makes you who you are. Your images speak for themselves and there's no denying you have made some really awesome images.
Thanks and good point. I wanted the tombstones to show up but that light above them is a little TOO light. I used to struggle with this all the time, wanting to have everything within the image to have the same weight of importance. I have since learned that's not the way others look at our images....