NYCscapes 4 by brandstaetter (15915)
kajspice (4542) 2010-03-13 4:58
Absolutely wonderful.. It is just perfect. Are these residential buildings? Ir are they offices? Would be very interesting to see this at different times of the day. I am also keen to see how good the detail is if you zoom into one of the windows..would you mind posting one to teh workshop for me please?[+]
As time goes by_Eminonu by figenya (2852)
kajspice (4542) 2010-03-08 6:15
Thank you for your comment earlier. You have inspired me to write something back..
I just read your note that you are trying to make wider frames... I feel that this is an excellent attempt. The lines and angles work very well - they are all converging to the same point and it makes the image strong. You have some wide-angle distortion going on..but I think it adds to the effect of the lines. I would be very happy with this.
memories by markoci (3933)
kajspice (4542) 2010-02-13 14:24
Lovely to see you post on here after so long... a lovely portrait - very sensitive. Cant help noticing how nice this is technically too. The focus seems to be just where it needs to be, without being too sharp. The overall details of hair, clothing and necklace is subtle, yet clear..
IT IS LUCK by close2eye (9)
Human footprint on Earth by Prisley (1485)
kajspice (4542) 2008-01-28 13:07
Thank you very much for all of your thoughts on my work. I appreciate the time which you took to look at them.
Ok, I took a look through your photographs and from the words which you wrote to me, I can see that you are here to learn. Therefore, I will go ahead and tell you exactly what I feel whilst looking through your gallery.
This is the one which stood out the most. As Brenden noted, it is difficult to fully appreciate your vision around this image, as it is mostly someone else's work. What I think is quite nice is the potential story behind what you are showing. I must admit though, it falls just a little short, as did need to read your note before fully understanding what it was you were trying to tell me. The title is a little misguiding, as I was expecting a footprint. The shadow of a man, well.. doesn't look quite like a shadow of a man.. at least not enough to make me really stop and *think* about the issue which you are presenting to me.
The storytelling is a strength here..