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drivingback
Nov 6, 2017
     

#193
      Thank you for the kind comments. I never thought of straightening the lines as I see the photo as an abstract take. I think I had the same comment on my entry for best of 2015 challenge where my entry is also an abstract. I tried doing as suggested now, but I felt I would be losing the correct angle of the diagonal line/curve of the fender that implies the golden ratio. Thanks again. :)
Edited on Nov 6, 2017

drivingback
Nov 6, 2017
     

#193
      You filled the frame magnificently! And the human element is always a nice touch.

drivingback
Nov 6, 2017
     

#193
      Really like the light and dark parts of the image. Lovely patterns and details.

drivingback
Nov 6, 2017
     

#193
      Good use of repeating patterns! The background also suits the image very well.

drivingback
Jul 11, 2016
     

Mini#33
      Really well done black and white photo with solid composition!

drivingback
Jul 11, 2016
     

Mini#33
      Initially I didn't like the crop but it has grown on me and I think this was the correct decision. Lovely texture, patterns and colors.

drivingback
Jul 11, 2016
     

Mini#33
      Lovely tones and the simplicity of the composition works well.

drivingback
Jul 11, 2016
     

Mini#33
      Beautiful landscape photo! I really like the contrast between the warmth of the sun and the frozen lake.

drivingback
Jul 11, 2016
     

Mini#33
      I really like this. Did you consider cropping on the part of the trees before trying to add a different layer for the sky? I always fall on the trap that I should have a horizon (therefore a sky) when taking landscape photos. But sometimes it is refreshing not to have those elements. Nonetheless this is well taken. In my faves.

drivingback
Jul 8, 2016
     

Mini#33
      I like this a lot. Very clean sunset/landscape photo. I also like the lamp at the end of the jetty being a good focal point. Well done!
Edited on Jul 8, 2016

drivingback
Jul 8, 2016
     

Mini#33
      This is a really powerful portrait! The expression on those eyes are amazing. I'm just not comfortable with the subject being too centered in the framing. I have this at #2.

drivingback
Jul 8, 2016
     

Mini#33
      This is really well done! I like the beautiful details on the bird, the creamy bokeh and the composition. I'd be expecting this perched on top at the end of the voting.

drivingback
Jan 12, 2016
     

Mini#31
      Thanks for the comments.

Bryan and Steve - I guess the straightening can be a valid point. Though looking at an abstract perspective, I think it's not a major concern. It still depends on the one looking at the photo. =)

drivingback
Jan 12, 2016
     

Mini#31
      Congrats a really fine image!

drivingback
Nov 14, 2015
     

#165
      Thank you Ysal for liking this a lot. =) Thanks also to the other folks for commenting.

This was taken with a mobile phone (Sony Xperia SP) and not my DSLR. What I wanted to get across with this photo is the continuity of the steel railing to the shadows on the concrete beam to the shadows on the wall in the background. It seems no one actually noticed that or my photo was dismissed as nothing but plain. Anyways, onwards to the next challenge! =)

drivingback
Sep 8, 2015
     

#162
      Thank you all for the wonderful comments. I enjoyed reading them all as this photo is very special to me. :)

Anthony - The lens had the aperture wide open but the mirror of the camera body is not seen. It was the SMC coating of this lens which has a yellowish (some say radioactive) glare that reflects things. It actually has a very faint reflection of me taking the shot but after B&W conversion with Blue Filter, the effect is it got removed. But it produced a little smear on the side of the glass which I cloned out. I used the Blue filter to bring out more details on the hands as it is not as nice on human skin compared with no filter or green filter B&W conversion. :)

Note: Check minzaw's entry, it is not a Pentax lens but it has a yellowish cast on the front element which I think is prevalent in lens-making of those time because of the materials used.

FC - I specifically chose the word ON in the title because it is meant to be a play on the camera and the veins/lines on her old hands. I am not a native English speaker so I'm not too sure whether IN or ON is the more appropriate one. But on doesn't seem bad at all :)

drivingback
Sep 8, 2015
     

#162
      Congratulations Anthony!

drivingback
Sep 8, 2015
     

#162
      Congratulations babysister!

drivingback
Sep 7, 2015
     

#162
      I love how the car fills the frame! It looks quite imposing. The B&W conversion fits well and the lines and shapes that dominates the photo somehow lends an abstract feel to the photo as well. Nicely done!

drivingback
Sep 7, 2015
     

#162
      Great subject! I like the tones, lighting and the composition. In my faves. Good luck!

drivingback
Sep 7, 2015
     

#162
      Beautiful vintage collection! I like the simple composition with the player as a "centerpiece". Good luck!

drivingback
Sep 7, 2015
     

#162
      High in my faves. Great subject with a processing that fits and could prove popular. I'm wanting a bit more DOF but overall a very fine image. Good luck!

drivingback
Sep 7, 2015
     

#162
      Lovely photo and great subject! The color of the stereo pops and is complemented well by the color of the brick wall. I think this is the most jolly image in the challenge. Good luck!

drivingback
Sep 7, 2015
     

#162
      I like this a lot. High in my faves and wishing this could have a great result after the voting. This photo might be overlooked by some but it is really beautiful. I like how you composed this photo with the gun laid on a rock with a couple of bullets and a little foliage to cover. It seems waiting to be discovered. Good luck!

drivingback
Sep 7, 2015
     

#162
      Beautiful subject and fits the theme very well. Great lighting and smart use of sepia toning. I'm not crazy about the texture/grain though. Good luck.

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