Bridge crossing creek

10 years 8 months ago #15185 by Stealthy Ninja

cwightmanphotos wrote: Well there isn't just one main subject. The bridge crossing over the creek is the subject. So bridge and creek, two subjects.


I truly appologise if I offended in any way. :)

I guess your single tree photo was so good and with the single powerful subject that this photo seemed a bit "meh" to me.

It's a good photo don't get me wrong, I've just seen you do better. :D

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10 years 8 months ago #15186 by Scotty

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

cwightmanphotos wrote: Well there isn't just one main subject. The bridge crossing over the creek is the subject. So bridge and creek, two subjects.


I truly appologise if I offended in any way. :)

I guess your single tree photo was so good and with the single powerful subject that this photo seemed a bit "meh" to me.

It's a good photo don't get me wrong, I've just seen you do better. :D


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10 years 8 months ago #15268 by Stealthy Ninja

Scotty wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

cwightmanphotos wrote: Well there isn't just one main subject. The bridge crossing over the creek is the subject. So bridge and creek, two subjects.


I truly appologise if I offended in any way. :)

I guess your single tree photo was so good and with the single powerful subject that this photo seemed a bit "meh" to me.

It's a good photo don't get me wrong, I've just seen you do better. :D


I'm smelling some NOKIN!


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10 years 7 months ago #21205 by Alex

cwightmanphotos wrote:


Awesome shot, you know what might be cool... a higher vantage point with this shot, with the camera tilted a tad to capture the bride, the dark water and the snow. While the tree's in the background have disappeared from the photo.

Strong photo either way :judge:

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10 years 7 months ago #21260 by crystal

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

cwightmanphotos wrote: Well there isn't just one main subject. The bridge crossing over the creek is the subject. So bridge and creek, two subjects.


I truly appologise if I offended in any way. :)

I guess your single tree photo was so good and with the single powerful subject that this photo seemed a bit "meh" to me.

It's a good photo don't get me wrong, I've just seen you do better. :D


You didn't offend. It takes alot to offend me. :)
Aww Thanks.

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10 years 7 months ago #21261 by crystal

Alex wrote:

cwightmanphotos wrote:


Awesome shot, you know what might be cool... a higher vantage point with this shot, with the camera tilted a tad to capture the bride, the dark water and the snow. While the tree's in the background have disappeared from the photo.

Strong photo either way :judge:


Thanks Alex. Higher vantage point, I would had to climb a tree. Which would be fine, the problem was, there was no lower branch to get up on.

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10 years 7 months ago #21262 by crystal

Scotty wrote:

cwightmanphotos wrote:


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


Thanks.

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10 years 7 months ago #21263 by crystal

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


Thank you and you are right. We don't have to agree on every photo, that ever photographer takes. We all have our own views, our own likes and dislikes. But in the same time, we can still not like a photo but still appreciate the art of it. :)

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10 years 7 months ago #21264 by crystal

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Scotty wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote: 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.


Thanks guys. :banana:

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