Comments on PF March 25 photographs
- Jim Snarski - Western Scrub Jay. Very appealing photograph of this bird. I might
have positioned it maybe a smidgen more to the left to put it slightly off center.
Marilyn Dalrymple - Day Before Dying. Nice colors and composition. Cropped a
little too tightly for my taste. Translucent quality of flower is eye catching.
Peeter Vissak - Lotta. Nice photograph as well. Fun shot. Action photos like
this make one wonder about sharp vs. blurry reproduction. I like the photograph
and I guess that is what matters to me.
Guy Glorieux - The tourists. I am not sure this photograph "speaks" to me as
intended. It does makes me wonder why the blurry transparent images are as they
are. Not sure they add to a more conventional rendition of a touris group
scattered around the square.
Lea Murphy - Lauren, college senior portrait. Hmmmm, the books don't quite come
through. Otherwsie I like the posing and the lighting.
D.L. Shipman - All Hallows Eve visitor, 2005. Cute. Off frame gaze is a bit
troubling to me but it does lend a bit of mystery to photograph. The
backlighting adds to the appeal of the image for me.
Dan Mitchell - Sentinels. Well exposed! Centered composition supports the
Trevor Cunningham - Tannery Exhaust. Not quite sure what to make of this one.
>Peeter Vissak - Lotta. Nice photograph as well.
>Fun shot. Action photos like this make one
>wonder about sharp vs. blurry reproduction. I
>like the photograph and I guess that is what matters to me.
A pin-sharp jumping dog would be possible, but unrealistic!
The playing ground of old Albrecht Dürer, I guess :)
- At 9:15 -0500 4/1/06, Andrew Davidhazy wrote:
>Jim Snarski - Western Scrub Jay. Very appealing photograph of thisThanks for your comments, Andy...appreciate your stepping in
>bird. I might have positioned it maybe a smidgen more to the left to
>put it slightly off center
as a reviewer...