February 27, 2005
Similar to yesterday's, but not so... orange.
This is a refreshing image - the orange color just screams construction / snow fence, but the treatment here makes for an intriguing indeterminacy.
nice work here
i think yesterdays was better because it was more dictictive, and brighter, this was pretty though
Very creative picture. My only advice is it gets a little blury on the sides (which isn't necessarily that bad) and I would have put the "split" of fencing in the line of thirds...It would be more attractive to the eye... I LOVE close-ups though. Great work!
I like this more than yesterday's. This one sucks me in while I deflected off of the orange web.
They're both very cool shots, well found, but I prefer yesterday's :)
I really really like your work. I love the angles that you take the shots from. I would really like to know where you went to school or if you didn't how you learned all your tech stuff. I love photography but I haven't been to school yet to study it or learn about the different films or anything like that. I use to own a Cannon manual camera from 20-25 yrs ago. I liked working with it alot and I usually got all the results that I was looking for with it. But unfortunately I it wasn't mine and I had to return and so now I am stuck with a Olympus auto with zoom of 105. I like it b/c it's quick and easy but I liked being able to get close ups of people or or scenery.
I hope to hear back from you from one photographer to another. BYE:)
ooo so gothic, i like it once more and great use of perspective
I have to say, i've seen a LOT of photo's of construction fencing, and i didn't think it was possible to take an interesting one. I stand corrected. this is amazing.
It's very interesting. But I like the other one better. This one seems too close up.
This shoit is much better..
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