Published: Wednesday 1st of December 2004 04:26:00 AM
Oh Master of Photo Manipulation: Very strange to see with your first cup of morning coffee. Of course I like the guy with the camera. What's most interesting is who is behind the door?
WOOWA! Incredible idea Wilson!! Original composition for a perfect shoot!
Ok,first let me say i hate arty rubbish...but this one does have some desirable qualities i must admit.
The shallow DOF works very well.Nicely done
The three-lamps-inline have to go though! One would be good
Excellent! very creative and perfectly executed.
Geez Wilson! It's getting so that I'm wondering if you can post a POOR image:) Thanks - your stuff is always inspiring, and gets my brain thinking. Keep it up!
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
How funny! I always knew there was something just not quite right about that area of the country! Now we know! LOL Showing off your superb manipulation skills. You are certainly brave, what with all the hoopla on PN over manipulated images. LOL. Very well thought out, creative and executed perfectly! Nice job!
Now that's creative! Also, well executed.
View "Larger" if you can... Wanted to do something with this "Mt. St. Helen & Photographer" photo taken last spring. This is what I came up with. Hope you'll enjoy. ^_^
7/ 7 brilliant skills wilson. i luv ths one. perfect art.
Prefer your more 'natural' pictures! I prefer your more 'natural' pictures. This is OK but I really feel the lamps should go. Hope you don't mind me saying so!
very original and surreliastic!!!!
Wow!! just excellent!!
Thank you all so far for checking this one out. Appreciate all your feedback really. I'll tried the texture, Thomas. David, I know how you feel, but the manip is too much fun at the moment. I just like to experiment a little now and then . . . BTW Zafar, that's not CHiPs, and that's not me neither. I wouldn't want to be caught dead wearing this outfit. Just another spring time tourist to Mount St. Helen. ^_^
Wilson, it looks like a worn out backdrop in a photographer's studio which has seen better times. The flooring and partly hidden door gives it all the right look, and the lamps are a cheeky addition. Keep 'em slick images coming!
A fun one, Wilson. The lamps look a little out of place to me, too - like they are suspended in mid-air, but I guess that's what you were going for. Good idea to have the one in the sky lit and the others off.
Wilson, How dare you? Manipulation? using your imaginative skills? you will have problems with the " purists" here... To the point..It is great, I like especially the lumps planted where they are !... and the red photographer is the sult and pepper.. Well done Pnina
Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Wilson , Excellent work ! Another top photo .. You got great ideas.
WOW ... SO unique. I am at a loss of words.
Marta Eva LLamera
Simply... EXCELLENT! Best Wishes.
6/7 What a great idea, Wilson!! wonderful and very original image! Cheers, allon.
Wilson I am impressed; this is outstanding work. Cheers, Sondra
Very Fun I enjoy the creativity. Nice work. One question. Where is the light switch? :-) Regards, Scott
Quite interesting and unique. My only suggestion would be to offset the image on the open door and maybe add some texture to the "wall". Fun!
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
WAAAAY fun, Wilson!! You really ARE talented!!
Thank you all for taking the time and giving feedback. Appreciate them all. Ron, glad that at least you did take a look. Scott, that's a very good question. ^_^
Dang, my wife thought this dude is me! Can you believe it! ^_^ (Boo hoo hoo, that's very hurtful, sob sob...)