"A Death of a Leaf"

by Tsoi Wilson

a death of leaf seeking critique tsoi wilson

Gallery: Flowers & Nature

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Abstract

Published: Wednesday 20th of October 2004 07:21:08 PM


Jos Van Poederooyen
Beautiful Work! Stay away from the bright light! I like the feathered approach you've taken here, it also compliments the title. Wonderful presentation, this creates a mood.

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wonderful composition and detail. Nice job!

Howard Dion
The brown against the black & white is simple and very powerful at the same time. This is a idea that should be explored further. I really like the white out work around the edges. Again, well done. Thought provoking to say the least.

Kim Slonaker
This could be a Howard Dion shot! Nice work, Wilson. This technique works well with this composition.

Francesco Martini

Ken Beilman
Wils Nice twist on this one. Definitely has a Howard look to it. Very well executed, as usual.

Henri Manguy
Beautiful composition with a nice effect.

Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Yup - definitely has Howard's high-key feel. I like the color of the leaf against the B&W background. But ... I like your other images of this leaf on the stones better.

Tuhin Saha
very good but not comparable with your last one !

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you all so far... Appreciate all your feedback. I guess you can call that a Highkey Howard. . . . wait, wait, although it's dead, the leaf is still in color. ^_^

Detlef Klahm
I am " Canadian"! and for this reason alone I love this image......I usually hate when people use a gradient tool to white out the edges.....but this works so well here. the natural state, direction of the leaf and the light all works so fabulously!

Wilson Tsoi
Thank you Tuhin and Detlef. BTW, if you hadn't told me, I would've thought you're a German, Detlef. ^_^

Wilson Tsoi
"A death of a Leaf" Another case of a dead leaf. Call it however you like. Thanks in advance for your time. ^_^

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