mmmmmdonuts21 wrote:Wow fantastic job. Resting Drama (photo 103) is my absolute favorite. How you captured the sky in that photo is incredible.
ludi wrote:That's downright inspiring. Nice work! I particularly like the contrast on many of your artistic black-and-whites -- almost no grayscale yet the subject is very clear.
etilena wrote:just had a quick look. i like what i've seen so far. a lot of contrasty, deeply saturated images, and most photos where there is context to the subject matter. i'm quite impressed that you put so much effort into getting the pictures taken, processed and posted. keep up the good work.
bdwilcox wrote:I have a really bad weakness for bold, minimalist composition with highly saturated, warm colors (I call it the 'National Geographic aesthetic'). Because of this, I naturally gravitated to 5, 14, 15, 37, 66, 78, 101, 108, 165, 170, 233, 259, 260, 264, 270, 272, 280, 281, 294, 300, 324, 325, 351. There were a few other good ones that I liked (like 322), but they were plagued with exposure and/or focus issues. Many of the these photos could really be improved with some tweaking in Photoshop; it's not cheating if you simply make the photo how it appeared in your mind's eye.
kamikaziechameleon wrote:I would say that the photos that I don't appreciate are frequently the ones you didn't post a comment on, they have less of a story or less context. I really appreciate your technical skill and dedication to the project. I would like to do this, just to start using my new camera, but alas I only have a fake SLR, only one lens and after using a real one for a class, this is just not cutting it.
sliknik wrote:Thanks for looking. Early on I had decided not to title any of the photos so as not to influence people's impressions. I enjoy getting others' unique interpretations and titling and captioning will influence that. But towards the end I decided to try titling and quite enjoyed it. Unfortunately, that also tended to cause people to agree with what I said, rather than making their own conclusions.
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