Driftwood

by Chepikian Paul

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Gallery: Textures / Surfaces / Shapes

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Abstract

Published: Thursday 26th of January 2006 03:31:58 AM


Comments

Paul Chepikian
Thanks for the kind words, Michael. I do have other versions of this shot. Black and white as well as some other sepia type effects. You may be correct, if I remove just a tad of the yellow, it may be a good idea. I think often, various monitors play games with the images. I may have adjusted and posted the image during daylight, or nightime, etc., that does seem to make a difference. Nonetheless, thanks for taking the time to comment.

rabinder bhandari
realy a pleasing composition, very good details and a nice image...congrats Paul. rabinder

Doeke Koedijk
Composition Hi Paul,

After the highly respected comments about composition I am proud to have an own opinion which I hope is just as strong. I have the feeling that the distribution of space is slightly offset. With that I mean that I think that the left and top have to much ground showing. So personally I would prefer a tighter cropping. Also, the subject ends its 'flow' in the top left corner. I think a tighter cropping would also solve this. This is what I mean (see attachment).

These of mine are just personal opinions and last but not least.... I think this shot is already an execellent abstract! The yellow I like. Keep up the good work, thanks for showing, yadayadaya....... BUT ... I'm surely gonna check out the rest of your portfolio.

Michael Comerford
6/6 Great composition - it's wonderful what you can see when you look around and this is nicely presented. Perhaps a little less yellow in the tint would make this a little moodier - just an option.

Paul Chepikian
Doeke: Sometimes, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. I have to openly confess that I love your cropping of the image. I would strongly agree that it has much more power than the one I've posted. I tend to stubbornly stay with the image I shot in the viewfinder and take pride in never cropping later, but when you're right, you're right. And with that in mind, I ask for your permission to recrop and use your version. Thanks so much for taking the time to not only comment, but provide the sample. Keep in touch...

Paul Chepikian
Twisted Comments always welcome...

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