Published: Thursday 15th of September 2005 09:15:10 PM
I think the title says it all and those two players are applying the pressure, so it works for me. Great color Wilson.
I'm with several others on this one. Too much distraction on the right for me. However, nice to see you taking artistic risks.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
I think the veiw point is amusing Wilson. I like it. I think if there was just a little more detail in the butt, the composition would work beautifully. I love the way the fans in the stands almost look like confetti & the player in the lower left is leaning into the frame looking directly at the camera.
Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
The distraction from both end are turned into pressure ,by your great work. Very well done.
I think this one is pretty well framed with the player/coach in the foreground and the runner on first in the background.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Everyone seems to have an opinion about the figure on the right. Mine is with Howard ... I am distracted by the BUTT. :-) A closer crop would have been better for me!
Reinier de Vlaam
I can make anything out of that blur on the right. It is also ruining the view line of the man
I agree with Jayme, a winner with more butt detail. Cracking detail and atmosphere from the non-butt areas.
Wilson, this image doesn't work for me. Too much distraction with the blurred player on the right.
Thanks for your feedback, HOWARD: I kind of figured that you wouldn't like this too well. It's okay, this is one of those love-hate deal. Thanks for your honest opinion. JOHN: Thanks, John. That's what I was trying to achieve. CHiPs: Thanks. I was indeed hoping that the runner on first and the forground presence will translate into pressure. ALESSIA: Grazi. REINER: Sorry it didn't work for you. Thanks for your input though. LOU ANN: Yeah, I don't blame you. It's not everybody's cup of tea. KEN: Oh well, didn't work too well here neither. JAYME: Funny how you and I think alike! I was hoping to get the forground's behind a bit more definition, but afraid the background will be too clear. We'll try again. FRANK: Thanks, Frank. Glad you like it. COLIN: "Cracking" detail. Hmmm...like the forground's crack? Wilson ^_^
Starting Pitcher Feeling "Starting Pressure." Everett starting pitcher Jeff Gilmore RHP (#14) getting ready to deliver at top of first inning while Yakima's Derek Bruce getting quite a lead at first. AquaSox beat Bears 6-5.