Published: Saturday 30th of July 2011 04:08:45 AM
David, always enjoy looking at your work!
I absolutely agree with Jim. The bugged out eyes on the fish pointed right at your model's nipples is a terrific, fun element. You almost can see a smile on its face:-) Another wonderful, fun David McCracken photograph.
Splendid combination. I love it.
Jim, Making people smile is what this image is all about. I am glad you have taken the time to let me know it made you smile.
Mark, Yes! You do get a sense the little creature is smiling. Thanks.
Andrew, I am glad.
Mike, I don't think the fish eye lenses in this picture would fit on any camera. I may be wrong.
Michael, It is good to know that people do like looking at this.
Dominick, That is the idea.
Jim, I am not 100% sure about the 'symmetrical' thing. If you study it carefully, you will see her right nipple is slightly higher than her left. I realised this when I took it but didn't think to correct the fish. I felt 'the way it was' was more natural. Thanks again.
A very nice shot.
A cleaver idea well executed.
Now I have over 24 fisheye lens in my collections and I might be interested in trading one for the one that you show in this picture !
The model is another deal .
Best Regards, Mike
Said perfectly and with no typos... that I noticed. It is always a delight for me to grant you your wishes. Thanks a lot.
David. This has all of the compositional elements that I love. Did I say that right? I even love the color although I would like to see it in BW as well. Another icon. -Cheers
Seeing things differently...
I have never owned a fish eye lens. I am thinking that perhaps the view(s) would not be so bad. Just a bit of fun.