Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by lilcheen, Feb 20, 2006.
just wanted to share!
me on the right, a friend on the left.
i like the purple hue of the photo, i agree the sky is a little blinding, as for the legs being chopped off, that doesnt bother me
a shot of you two holding hands would've made the shot have more sentimental value or something.
have one with my arm over her shoulder. but it didnt' come out that great.
it came out as a good snap shot. but nothing spectacular.
edit: here you go
a few more.
This one is nice.
its the best
who was taking the pictures
tripod plus RC-51 on 2second mode FTW
I put little publix baggies on the feet too :-D
Rebel XT w/ Tam 28-75 f2.8
ah, 2 second delay so you were using an RC1?
is this sunset or sunrise?
er, yeah, not an rc-51 that would be the bike
I really like it. Everyone is partial to their own tastes. I can respect the photo a lot because it is how you wanted the image to be. It speaks of the mood and the feeling behind the photo.
Something these "photographers" tend to forget is that photography is not just about balancing colors to what they feel is perfect, but rather how the photographer him/herserlf wanted the photo to look and what they wanted to depict/how they view things.
I REALLY like the first one you posted as well as that last one.
I like it. A lot.
thanks. the photo apleals to me even more becuase I've recently just met this girl and we have become really good friends in a short period of time. -- Alot of the same interests. It's been fairly plutonic, but, the whole reason we ended up driving to the ebach at 4-30 in the morning is b.c we both are pretty spontaneous. A convorsation about never seeing a sunrise ended with a random plan. we're close, but not too close and I like that the picture kinda showed that.
anyways, i ended up kissing her, it was nice, but looks like we will just end up being friends. She's an awesome person, and i'm fine it it
Thanks for your comments. Photograhy has never been about color and contrast to me (thought i'd agree it matters) but more about caputuring something and passing the moment -sight, smells,--even emotion on to the viewer(s).