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xxxessive (48) [2009-07-20 23:17]

Great composition and colour contrast.

xxxessive (48) [2009-07-20 23:15] [+]

This is very interesting. Can you describe a little more on the actual process to achieve this image?

xxxessive (48) [2008-10-04 22:34]

This one is just beautiful. I really like how the water surface is absolutely calm.

There's also a nice tone of colours all across, accenting the details of the fauna.

xxxessive (48) [2008-05-16 17:09]

For some reason, I look at it and get this medieval feeling, like it was taken in the present, but the image was of the past.

Might be the colours. I really like it alot, especially the way you composed it. The folds of the cloth in the background seem to be a tribute/juxtaposition of the folds near the stalk.


xxxessive (48) [2008-04-22 2:19]

Hey Peter,

Great composition. I think it encapsulates the very essence of the caption as well.

I'm not sure, but are those clouds or smoke from the engine or both? Whichever way, it works really well on its own, or by interlinking into each other.



xxxessive (48) [2008-04-20 23:11] [+]

hi ludivine,

i love the composition of it, and the warm colours of the balloon hold well against the blue of the sky.

i'm not sure if you left the lens flare in it intentionally, but i would have taken it out.

beautiful work though. keep it up!


xxxessive (48) [2008-04-20 23:08]

hi adri,

very nicely composed, leading the eye from the foreground to the background.

nice captions too.


xxxessive (48) [2008-04-20 23:06]

beautiful image. looks like the front end of some really retro car or something.

i like how you composed it so it's hard to tell what it is, but yet maintain the aesthetics of the lines and the colours.



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xxxessive (48) [2008-03-07 18:47] [2]

Hey there Vaibhav,

This is a really nice portrait with a great eye for composition. There is a god use of shadows, and presents a very intriguing feel.

However, I think that the frame is a little thick, and seems to be masking the lower bit of the face, even if it was not meant to be that way. I think a thinner one would work better.