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asnow
10-09-2017, 12:07 PM
I was standing in that spot for about 20 minutes waiting to get somebody in white against the background of the black door. Finally, I caught this guy walking down the street in a once in a lifetime perfect timing. Not only did I catch him in the middle of the black door but also got his hands (fingers) perfectly inside the edge of the door.

asnow
10-09-2017, 12:09 PM
Peace Part II

Runmonty
10-16-2017, 11:01 PM
Really love the perfect framing in the first shot.

Sometimes you are rewarded for your patience and sometimes not. This time you certainly were. B & W works well for this too because of the textures and shadows etc

Nominated in member's choice

Marko
10-17-2017, 11:30 AM
fun set asnow

asnow
10-18-2017, 06:14 AM
Thanks Runmonty, Marko

Yes. This time I was definitely rewarded for my patiene.

Runmonty - Im blown away with all your nominations.

(Oooops. Workshop classroom ready to start. Will get back to comments later)

Runmonty
10-18-2017, 06:58 AM
Thanks Runmonty, Marko

Yes. This time I was definitely rewarded for my patiene.

Runmonty - Im blown away with all your nominations.

(Oooops. Workshop classroom ready to start. Will get back to comments later)

All well warranted in my humble opinion.

I feel that the workshops and tours you have done over the past year or so have provided some great photos and in my opinion have really sharpened your skills. I would be interested to hear if you feel the same way.

asnow
10-27-2017, 12:34 PM
Thanks again Runmonty. Yes, I feel that the workshops have made a difference. The evidence is the nominations I'm now getting. The workshop I was just on in Lisbon was intensive and at a high level. They went over choosing an artist statement, and using that statement in selecting and organizing your work for presentation. There should be a rhythm to you work (just like in music). Considerations such as subjects, tone, size (landscape vs portrait orientation), colour vs black and white, etc. It’s going to take a lot of work to go through all my pictures and organize them in this manner. The very first thing I will implement is to be consistent in photo size/ratio. I'm used to free cropping the pictures to where it looks best. This works for individuals photos. But when combining them for presentation they should be consistent. As a result I will now crop keeping the original ratio of 3 to 2.