Bridge crossing creek

10 years 8 months ago #12192 by crystal

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10 years 8 months ago #12511 by Stealthy Ninja

cwightmanphotos wrote:


Pretty nice. I'm having a bit of trouble focusing on one thing though. There doesn't seem to be a main subject to this photo. :)

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10 years 8 months ago #12644 by crystal
Well there isn't just one main subject. The bridge crossing over the creek is the subject. So bridge and creek, two subjects.

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10 years 8 months ago #12652 by photobod
come on Ninja the bridge does lead you into the photograph, I like it well done and i do love black and white photos

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10 years 8 months ago #14894 by crystal
Thank you Cooke :)

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10 years 8 months ago #14907 by Rob pix4u2
Loved this pic the first time I saw it . i love snow pix anyway. Btw Crystal here is the Macro of the snow on the butterfly bush in our yard



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10 years 8 months ago #14969 by crystal
Thanks Rob. And, nice pics. I love fresh fallen snow.

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10 years 8 months ago #14971 by photobod
I like to get out first thing before anyone has the chance to put footsteps all over the place, trouble is now having broken my wrist in the last flurry, I hate the stuff now

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10 years 8 months ago #15022 by crystal
I'm the same way. However, I have this problem, I hate driving in the snow. So either I wait until my husband comes home from work or I pray that we get a snowfall during the weekend. lol

This specific photo, my husband and I were already out heading to a state park (where the photo was taken). Good thing is, there was no snow on the roads. :)

Ever since I got into a car accident in the snow (it wasn't serious, but scared me shitless), I won't drive in the snow. Before that, I had no problem driving in the snow.

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10 years 8 months ago #15109 by Scotty

cwightmanphotos wrote:


I like how black you have the water, looks like ink.

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10 years 8 months ago - 10 years 8 months ago #15150 by Stealthy Ninja

Cooke wrote: come on Ninja the bridge does lead you into the photograph, I like it well done and i do love black and white photos


True.

I'm not saying it's a bad photo though, just giving an opinion. :) Just saying every photo is great isn't gonna help people get better. ;)

The photo is really well processed and is nice in many ways. But it doesn't yell out at me, more like talks in a normal voice saying. "Hey man check out this river, it's got a bridge."

Of course this is JMHO.

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10 years 8 months ago #15165 by photobod
tetchy tetchy ninja boy, no one shud say a photo is a good one just to boost an ego, I just believe that constructive critiscism is the way to go, I get what you said about the photo, just didnt agree, but thats what photography is about, if everyone thought the same way then photography would get boring, but i still say its a gud shot, that bridge leads you right into the photo and that water looks so inky black nice one crystal

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10 years 8 months ago - 10 years 8 months ago #15176 by Stealthy Ninja

photobod wrote: tetchy tetchy ninja boy, no one shud say a photo is a good one just to boost an ego, I just believe that constructive critiscism is the way to go, I get what you said about the photo, just didnt agree, but thats what photography is about, if everyone thought the same way then photography would get boring, but i still say its a gud shot, that bridge leads you right into the photo and that water looks so inky black nice one crystal


Yeh well it's subjective.

I do agree that the bridge leads the eye in and I like the processing.

But it's just a normal shot apart from that.

BTW I think my criticism was constructive. :)

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10 years 8 months ago #15178 by Scotty

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

photobod wrote: tetchy tetchy ninja boy, no one shud say a photo is a good one just to boost an ego, I just believe that constructive critiscism is the way to go, I get what you said about the photo, just didnt agree, but thats what photography is about, if everyone thought the same way then photography would get boring, but i still say its a gud shot, that bridge leads you right into the photo and that water looks so inky black nice one crystal


Yeh well it's subjective.

I do agree that the bridge leads the eye in and I like the processing.

But it's just a normal shot apart from that.


It's not as strong as her solo tree photo that's for sure, I LOVE the processing on this though.

To me what sells black and white is really, REALLY deep blacks.

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10 years 8 months ago #15180 by Stealthy Ninja

Scotty wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

photobod wrote: tetchy tetchy ninja boy, no one shud say a photo is a good one just to boost an ego, I just believe that constructive critiscism is the way to go, I get what you said about the photo, just didnt agree, but thats what photography is about, if everyone thought the same way then photography would get boring, but i still say its a gud shot, that bridge leads you right into the photo and that water looks so inky black nice one crystal


Yeh well it's subjective.

I do agree that the bridge leads the eye in and I like the processing.

But it's just a normal shot apart from that.


It's not as strong as her solo tree photo that's for sure, I LOVE the processing on this though.

To me what sells black and white is really, REALLY deep blacks.



Yeh the processing is awesome. Really well done.

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