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SteveBee
Jun 6, 2017
     

#186
      Your post-processing treatment of the image really lifted it out of the ordinary. Beautiful!

SteveBee
Jun 6, 2017
     

#186
      Interesting perspective. Great job on processing.

SteveBee
Jun 6, 2017
     

#186
      Striking image. My #1.

SteveBee
Jun 6, 2017
     

#186
      Very interesting and quirky image.

SteveBee
Jun 6, 2017
     

#186
      A very striking image. I was curious about the filter used. Very graphic feel.

SteveBee
Jun 4, 2017
     

#186
      That's a really interesting perspective of an interesting subject. Right on theme as well.

SteveBee
Jun 4, 2017
     

#186
      Nice composition and rim lighting of the animal. It's amazing that they can survive in such barren and difficult terrain. The subject of this shot though is the animal, not 'patterns in nature'. So as great as this shot is and as much as I like it, it's not really on theme.
Edited on Jun 4, 2017

SteveBee
Jun 4, 2017
     

#186
      Beautiful! Instant favorite.

SteveBee
Jun 2, 2017
     

#186
      Love frame-filling pattern shots like this. Very nice.

SteveBee
Jun 2, 2017
     

#186
      I see a pig, but I am still looking for a pattern.

SteveBee
Jun 2, 2017
     

#186
      Interesting and abstract.

SteveBee
Jun 2, 2017
     

#186
      Interesting, but rather dark. This is a difficult subject to try to capture I think. I was at a loss to interpret the image until reading the extra info.

SteveBee
Jun 2, 2017
     

#186
      Do you really think the image conveys the idea 'patterns in nature' minus your words of interpretation/explanation? I do think the craters on the moon would certainly be a natural pattern, but they aren't particularly sharp and distinct in this image and your extra info doesn't imply that intent.

SteveBee
Jun 2, 2017
     

#186
      Closer please.

SteveBee
Jun 2, 2017
     

#186
      Good backlighting. I think this would be more compelling as a bit more tightly framed closeup -- not saying macro. That would make it easier to avoid the distracting foreground elements and large empty areas (upper right and lower left). The focus and/or depth of field could be a little better -- all parts are not equally sharp. I like the diagonal line of the frond, but it reads from right to left, which is unnatural for Westerners like me. If could be flipped horizontally in post very easily. Try it and see how it reads differently, if not more naturally.
Edited on Jun 2, 2017

SteveBee
Jun 1, 2017
     

#186
      Wonderful image. Love the colors and the backlit shapes of the trees. The image is very graphic because of the very limited color palette and the imprecise masking around the tree shapes.

SteveBee
Jun 1, 2017
     

#186
      Beautiful color. I like the contrast between sharpness of the focus at the center and the softer focus of the petals. I do think this screams for a 1:1 aspect ratio and a tighter crop so that it's wall-to-wall pink petals without any gaps in the corners.

SteveBee
Jun 1, 2017
     

#186
      Good composition -- the strong diagonal gives the eye direction. Interesting because their are few clues in the image as to scale or subject so one could imagine this being anything from a view through a microscope to a view of a windswept landscape from 30,000 feet. While the extra info is interesting, I'd rather know that after voting because it takes away the mystery.

SteveBee
Jun 1, 2017
     

#186
      Great example of not only patterns but textures. I'd suggest tweaking the crop a bit so that the distance of the pattern from the bottom of the frame is equal on the left and right sides. Being not quite symmetrical creates a visual tension that makes me want to fix that. The directional lighting creates good modeling but I suggest lightening the exposure of the left side in post to even it out.

SteveBee
May 14, 2017
     

#185
      I like the complementary yellow and blue. I wish that this was framed vertically because most the lines are vertical, including the whole of the yellow label rather than cutting it off, and leaving out the brown strip on the right.

SteveBee
May 14, 2017
     

#185
      Vibrant! The bubble are an interesting effect. A fav.

SteveBee
May 14, 2017
     

#185
      Very nice. The solid areas display a blotchiness, perhaps a byproduct of over intensification of the colors. Possibly fixable by local smoothing adjustment.

SteveBee
May 14, 2017
     

#185
      On this one I find the white and bluish part of the background to be incongruous. It keeps pulling my eye away from the glassware. Otherwise I very much like the tonality and composition -- minus the tallest object in the center rear.

SteveBee
May 14, 2017
     

#185
      Well composed and shot. Just doesn't convey the theme to me.

SteveBee
May 14, 2017
     

#185
      The wall is visually interesting and a good leading line.

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