As an artistic expression it is fine. As a documentary record ... it is overexposed.
Starbucks ... or a good place?
Buenos Dias 'Talkers. Yesterday, Mary Lou and Gary had a very pleasant evening. We have tickets for an upcoming musical at the La Mirada Theatre, Singing in the Rain. Last night, as a preview, the theatre had a showing of the original movie, Singing in the Rain. Interestingly enough, Mrs. Gene Kelly greeted us with handshakes and well wishes and then before the movie, she provided us with a lot of background info on how the movie was shot. The theatre tossed up a huge screen covering the entire stage. Reminiscent of theaters of old ... not just a big screen, but a really big screen. We all enjoyed a delightfully entertaining movie with some great dance scenes and a fun time with ... Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds.
How was the food?
Kyle Johnson wrote: The silhouette shot of the fourth shot can still improve.
Monica Martinez wrote: The B&W render for the rose is not working. The tonal range is a bit limited. Can we see the original photo?
If it is on a public street, legally, you do not have to block out the plate if the photo is for your own private usage or for an editorial purpose. If you use the photo commercially, you may/could have a legal problem.
GaryA wrote: Only Maggie, Mary Lou is highly allergic to cats. We have a number of huge Koi, while Gary is fond and extremely protective of the Koi ... they’re not even close to a cat or dog.
Miss Maggie reacting to you calling her cute.
She is so cute!!!!
‘D’ is by far my fave. I don’t have a problem with detailless blacks and whites ... especially if they add context and drama to the image. ‘D’ is an artistic expression of action and stress and man vs. nature ... nature is unknown, with form or detail, yet powerful ... chasing the man as he escapes barely “outruns” Nature’s clutch, Nature’s grasp attempting to bring him down, down into the unknown water, white with turbulence.
Ian Stone wrote: WOW that really looks pretty good! Who's making all of that?
I guess a doughnut.
ThatNikonGuy wrote: I've been seeing photos all over the place of the beauty you all have in your back yard. Enjoy!
Isn't Joshua Tree supposed to be happening too?
I love it! The eyes have it.
On the weekends, a couple hundred thousand peoples are out there stepping all over the wildflowers.