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Re: PF Members exhibit on 03-31-12
Hey, that;s cool I changed genders on the exhibit! You are of course, welcome to call me what ever you like. :)
Emily L. FergusonI love the simplicity of the composition and the primary colors. Especially cool you have the city in the back ground. Would a polarizer have helped with the haze? (my thought, probably not yours)
Marilyn DalrympleWow, that is really cool. It looks like it's floating in oil. Did you tweak it much in photo shop? I would love to see a before and after.
This sure shows how rugged the landscape is. I've never been in that part of the country. I am used to seeing mountains in the back ground of streams and rivers. I think this would be really cool to shoot right before the sun came up and expose for 5 seconds or longer.
Dan MitchellReally a cute portrait of the musician. With the back drop it makes you think she might be a street performer, is she? I'm only slightly distracted by the highlights on her hand. It's a nice image.
Lea Murphy Lovely portrait. I love the style with siblings fading off, leading your eye back the forwards again. I also like the warm tone used to treat the image. (at least on this unbalanced monitor) I am a warm tone fan and like what it does for black and white skin tones. I like the wide angle as the negative space treats well the environment which adds to the composition and framing.
John PalcewskiJohn, interesting portrait of the woman. She certainly seems to have something on her mind. Was this shot on film? I find the grain just a bit too much as it mottles the skin tones, but I think the composition and framing are very well done.
Sherie TaylorReally good example of a journalistic style shot. I esp like how the young man in the background with the sign captures your eye as you look in to the image. I think the Caution flag has great subtext to the story at hand. Well done.
Thank you for letting me participate.
On Sun, Apr 1, 2012 at 12:00 AM, Trevor Cunningham <trevor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Love it. You could possibly adjust the curve, just a touch, to bring more detail into the shadows. But it looks great as is.
On 3/31/12 5:49 PM, Andrew Davidhazy wrote:
The PhotoForum members' gallery/exhibit space was updated March 31, 2012. Authors with work now on display at:http://people.rit.edu/andpph/gallery.html include:
Robert Hall -
I like the lines and shapes. Can't tell if it's a ship or some other structure being dismantled.
Emily Ferguson - Dismantling in process
Marilyn Dalrymple - Liquefy
Just lie and say it was a leaf floating down a river in which there was a tragic oil spill. That would make the purists happy. :)
This is a majestic scene requiring someone with a camera. Not sure how I feel about the tree on the left, it does draw attention to the colors in the tree line on the horizon, but it seems a little obtrusive to me. I would like to see this monochrome as well. If you have the opportunity, maybe revisit the scene at a different time of day to address that shadow in the foreground. Great capture!
Bob McCulloch - Great Falls
Dan Mitchell - Violinist
Buskers...like carnies, hope you had your hand on your wallet. Great composition, although the crop is a bit tight at the bottom. I would like to see her hand on the neck of the fiddle. Only slightly distracting is the reflection of the man in the window.
Love the composition and lighting. Not too crazy about the shallow depth of field.
Lea Murphy - Rachel, Josh and Edyn on the beach
John Palcewski - Vittoria
I imagine you'd untie her from the tree once the chainsaws come out...at least I hope you would.
Great photo op. I wish the subject showed a modicum of emotion to match the mood of the movement.
Sherie Taylor - Million Hoodie March for Trayvon Martin
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