Thank you Ernst! Flowers are fun subjects to work out my texture fixation with.
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Redbud is the first thing that blooms every year. Around here it isn't very photogenic because we don't have lovely flowing rivers and brooks, it usually just hangs over the road or muddy banks. So I gussied it up in texture and a touch of digital watercolor.
- Sun Mar 18, 2018 6:29 pm
- Forum: ― Scapes Critique
- Topic: Taylor Canyon - Taylor Point
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It's amazing how one thing can lead to another. I recently wrote the post about being a lazy photographer and was happy with the changes I made, but I hadn't thought about being a lazy editor and didn't realize I had become routine. Do this, do that, adjust here, filter there, and you're done. Some...
- Sun Mar 18, 2018 6:26 pm
- Forum: Flowers & Plants Critique
- Topic: Montego Bay #6
- Replies: 2
- Views: 14
- Sun Mar 18, 2018 6:24 pm
- Forum: ― Artistic Expression Showcase
- Topic: An Industrial scene in a biblical Flood!!
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- Views: 13
Our colleague RBorud at his most creative! All that's missing is an ark full of animals. It reminds me of our weather here lately. Of course I like it lots, have no idea how to critique it, but will say the deluge is impressive (love the treatment of the water) and the contrast to the industrials is...
- Sun Mar 18, 2018 3:50 pm
- Forum: ― Artistic Expression Critique
- Topic: 'Devil Dog Dare' (Composite)
- Replies: 3
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Fascinating composite Dave. The portrait part is the strength of it, of course, such a captivating, weathered face, with that slightly devilish smile. I am hard put to even figure out what you did so it's harder to say what you might do differently. I like the toning, the various shadowing and textu...