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Here comes the Sun...
Thought I'd go all 'arty' on you for a change because as usual, I'm housebound with just my shoes to photograph..
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Date added:Jan 24, 2015
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JOHN  [Jan 25, 2015 at 11:33 AM]
Had no idea what this was from the thumbnail, but when expanded all is clear. It does have that arty/creative feel to it so well done for that Babs.
Perhaps picky but I think it would be worth carefully cloning out the little white chips as I think they do distract a bit. This type of image is worth having a go, but I don't think I have an "arty" talent unfortunately.
Photojunkie  [Jan 25, 2015 at 02:27 PM]
Thank You Jeffrey - you are righ, I should have cleaned it up a bit.. perhaps I'll give it a go and repost!
George  [Jan 25, 2015 at 05:35 PM]
Didn't notice the white chips till I read Jeffrey's comment so they don't really bother me.
I have no artistic talent at all so take my comments with a pound of salt
It's a good effort and obviously you have given it some thought, but just one niggle, her half ear, I think I would have preferred to seat all.
Well done though for trying something different I like it.
SteveT  [Jan 26, 2015 at 01:51 PM]
Works well for me, like the chrome affect the B&W conversation gives the statue and the balance of the composition works well, very well done Babs
Helen  [Jan 26, 2015 at 09:37 PM]
I am afraid I am not into art either, but I like how you have taken this shot of her looking up into the sunshine although a little bit more to the left I think so you got a bit more of her in. Well taken though Babs.
Photojunkie  [Jan 28, 2015 at 04:11 PM]
Thanks Everyone.. But you know what... Never say 'never' ! Bet you are all naturally 'arty' and I would have thought that it was a 'natural' thing for photographers! So give it a go, infact we should have this as one of our Forum's monthly 'Challenges' next year...
I agree everyone! This could be better but .. will I get another sunny day like that? LOL - don't hold your breath! - And, I agree Helen, I should have tried to get more of her in, trouble is she is a jewellrey bust and has a slot or 'dent' on her Left de'colletage where a hand is supposed to be - but Lol, I've lost it! So there's a big hole there!