"Growing Tulips"

by Tsoi Wilson

growing tulips seeking critique tsoi wilson

Gallery: Travel, USA, Pacific Northwest

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Flower

Published: Tuesday 25th of April 2006 08:43:31 PM


Comments

Stephane Valente
Nice composition. Good shot

Daniel Lee Taylor
I would have liked this a lot more without the people walking next to the field. They just don't add to the photo, they're a distraction. Without them I would have rated it a 6 on aesthetics. If a gardner had been kneeling and inspecting flowers off in the distance it would have added a lot to the photo and probably gotten a 7 from me.

Howard Dion
I like this a lot. For me it needs the people walking to complete the picture.

Linda McLellan
art is so subjective. i love the people on the side and the foreshortening that makes the flowers larger than the figures. to me this makes it a unique shot and much more interesting than the run-of-the-mill floral shot.

Lou Ann Aepelbacher
I was online and saw this last night but didn't have a chance to comment ... but now, tracing it from your link in Pnina's portfolio, I can't help myself. :-) Thanks for the dedication. :-p Before you said anything, I noticed the lens that you used (I looked at your "details" again after I realized that this image reminded me of Pnina's.) I really DO love your tulip shots. This might not be one of my favorites, but it certainly does add to the discussion of good use of a 10mm wide angle shot. As far as sans/avec people ... I would say that they're two rather different shots, saying two rather different things. Which do I like better? Depends on the context. I, personally, tend to like flower shots for the sake of the flowers. But by placing people in the image, especially in a wide angled shot like this, makes it about the people ... taking a walk through a lovely field on a pretty morning ... and, of course, they're wondering what in the world the guy with the huge camera is doing laying on the ground in the dirt. Yeah. :-D P.S. You have now heard me completely exhaust my knowledge of the French language! LOL!!

Julio Segura Carmona
6/6 Excelente encuadre, magnifico juego de luz, color y belleza de composicion, un cordial saludo Wilson.

Pnina Evental
Wilson, I don't think I thanked you for your dedication, it is probably Lou Ann and me standing there near the beautiful tulips...I like the way they are turned toward ;-)) us!

Ken Beilman
Wils, I like it better without the people. The image is strong enough without the people to stand on its own and I agree that they are somewhat of a distraction. But, as said, this is art and definitely a subjective issue. Anyway, well done and an interesting perspective with superb Dof.

Kim Slonaker
I like it without the people, too. They take too much attention away from the flowers, imo. Nice perspective and lighting.

Sondra Kicklighter
Wilson, I prefer the image without the people, agree with Daniel. Beautiful tulip field, well seen and captured, Sondra

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson I like this, but I want to change the perspective a little. Just for fun!

John Seward
Wilson, As for me, I like this just the way it is. The symetry is perfect as the tulips and road converge on the horizon. The people add a touch of warmth. Excellent.

Angelo Alejar

With or without the people is fine but I think it would be better if the two persons there were walking nearer to each other, maybe almost shoulder to shoulder. There is too much space between them.

Wilson Tsoi
"Growing Tulips" Feedback is welcome.

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