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- Thu Oct 10, 2019 7:32 am
- Forum: Places Showcase
- Topic: Journey to Monhegan - ongoing image thread
- Replies: 80
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I've been busy uploading the week's images to my website. I've still got a lot more to sort through but feel free to browse through the collection here...
- Wed Sep 25, 2019 12:49 am
- Forum: ― Artistic Expression Critique
- Topic: To Big To Catch In A Net
- Replies: 9
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A lot of great suggestions. For the sharpness of the moon you can look to the trees for a clue to how blurry it should be. Additionally, consider adding a halo around it. Moonlight in fog would illuminate the fog around it. There is definitely a surreal and whimsical feel to this image. The moon abs...
Hi Karen, I also welcome you to the forum and look forward to seeing many more of your images. I'll keep my firs critique simple and easy. You'll soon discover I can get pretty wordy with my critiques :) But before that, I want to acknowledge and applaud you for starting the critique process the pro...
Paula, you always tend to have a flair for whimsy that I really enjoy seeing in your work. That kind of whimsy doesn't come easily for me and I have to work at that kind of creativity. With your permission, here is an attempt at realizing Piet's idea with a few added elements. Hopefully it starts ge...
Interestingly, it is both the connect and disconnect between the two subjects that I find so appealing. [...] And there it is. I did not understand the meaning but now that you have explained your take on it, I can see the appeal. However, as I don't have the same experiences with that particular t...
As you may already know, I am a staunch advocate for clear and concise storytelling in images. Specially when the story comes through on its own without explanation from the photographer. Unfortunately I don't really understand what this image is supposed to be telling me. Either that is a fault of ...
- Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:53 pm
- Forum: General Discussions
- Topic: Introduce yourself
- Replies: 20
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Hi guys. Some of you may remember me /s. :lol: It's Chuck Haacker, maybe I hope coming back for at least a little bit. It may take some time. [...] I'm going to step out of range of the tomatoes now. If I can and if you want I will try to get active again. We'll see. :cheers: No tomato throwing her...
- Sat Sep 07, 2019 5:24 am
- Forum: ― Architecture Critique
- Topic: Inside Barcelona Cathedral
- Replies: 5
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Depending on the church and the time of day, you may get permission to use a tripod. You just have to ask. The worst they can say is no. Typically the use of a tripod is restricted due to safety hazards when there are a lot pf people about. Smaller, less touristy locations don't mind tripods as long...