Published: Friday 13th of August 2004 02:43:47 AM
Ken Williams ...
Nice shot Wilson - however - when setting up the tripod it is customary to stand 'behind' it ............ (-;
Wils Really like the composition and subject matter. Love the sky and the highlights. ? a little too much saturation in the beach and water. Also, take a look at the contrast viewed large in the leftmost figure.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson I have to totally agree with David. "Planet of the Big People" or "Invasion of the Little People". But I still like it. Can't explain why, but it is appealing. Neat sunset and color.
I'm totally jealous of how good you are in whatever genre you try. The point of view and the freshness of this picture made it. It looks as if it didn't request any efforts any work from you to achieve this. If you can come by my portfolio and provide some comments so I can improve myself I will be thankfull :)
Mondiani party event photographer
Wonderful light and colors....I like the angle!! 7/7
7/6 Each time - every time. Every of these sunset shots is wonderful. Cheers
Unusual! Yes For me, I would like this with just the kid on the left. The silhouette of the main character gives the feeling that aliens have landed from the 'Planet of the Big People' and the kid at the back is running away. The big person is just about to turn around and chase him. Regards Speedy
LOL@David, nice imagination! I took a funny pic of a Canada goose in the sky and a boy under it. In the pic, the goose is very much bigger than the boy. Yes, this photo is unusual.
Excellent comp. and great colors, Wilson!
Something about how this image in balanced that makes it go beyond the others. Of course another sunset master piece.
I am very sensitive to persons in pictures generally. Often they are "instead of", the photographer doesnt demand anything more from himself. Now, here, the artistic way! RE
My first instinct was to suggest more space between the children, but then thought better of it, just fine the way it is. Although the kid in the background only appearing to have one arm is a, eh, little distracting. Then again, fits in with the unusual theme. Maybe the Giant bit it off, and he's chancing after him, trying to get it back! Assuming, of course, he's not one armed in real life, in which case, whoops, how embaressing, got to go now...
amazing capture really cool like a big giant in the forground I love it ,good job!!
Run!! run for your live's For some reson i like this shot. great or good? really not shure, but good job any who.
I like the unusual perspective of this shot and the color saturation. Did you take a trip down to Ocean Shores?
Cool perspective. I like it, too.
How wonderful to see this shot in Popular Photography! I was so honored as well to see one of my shots next to yours in the same article. You are a true professional in every sense of the word and as I said, I felt honored to be published along side of you. Great shot!
"Catch Me if You Can!" More Fun in the Sun... May be a bit unusual for most. Would appreciate your thoughts, what works, what doesn't. Thanks.