Chat: Weekend Competition 30/11 - 02/12/ 2012 'wheels'
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05-12-12, 05:41 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: East Devon
Great win Jeff, a great shot that got my vote. Funny enough when the theme came up I thought if only I was in London, the image works well in B & W and as for that moody sky well spot on!
I also liked the idea of DD's shot although I think
technique would have set it appart!
Thanks to kerbside, LaPistola, wil59 for my votes.
Up - Sabrina Old wheelbarrow wheel
Really nice idea and works really well however I think there are some great rustic colours and textures in that shot which could be enhanced in PP to bring them out more, a subtley processed HDR shot would have worked well in this situation. A great entry though.
JimboJumbo - Spare Wheels
Loads of wheels on this so bang on theme and works well in B & W the composition feels a little awkward on this, I think the issue for me is the motorbike being cut off at the back, also a bit of detail seems to have been lost in the shadows. I think a slightly wider angle shot and some adjustments to the exposure or B&W conversion would have helped here if that makes sense.
These are of course as always just my opinions
Oh and yes Jeff I am aware snapseed is on windows but was looking for an app to run on the phone TBH, I have a couple but they don't come close to snapseed, on my desktop I will use PS with plugins.
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