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windshadow

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Registered: May 2004
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Date: Fri September 2, 2005
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Filesize: 24.9kb, 24.9kb
Dimensions: 600 x 385
Keywords: crown splash water drip
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daydreamer
Well done
#1 Fri September 2, 2005 5:33pm

Jogi
Fascinating photo.
'There is no point pressing the shutter unless you are making some caustic comment on the incongruities of life. That is what photography is all about. It is the only reason for doing it.'......Philip Jones Griffiths

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#2 Fri September 2, 2005 5:51pm

allsorts
excellent shot, looks like it could be murcury! How did you do it?
#3 Fri September 2, 2005 6:56pm

Maculatus
Again, and excellent image. Well done.
#4 Fri September 2, 2005 7:20pm

windshadow
Thanks for the comments. How did I do it? Just a sink of water, a dripping tap, alot of patience and psp9 to change the colour of the splash Smile
#5 Fri September 2, 2005 7:30pm

richard crowe
great shot - well done!
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#6 Sat September 3, 2005 12:00am

Noddy
What an excellent idea. I like the use of the digital darkroom to enhance the shot.
#7 Sat September 3, 2005 7:24pm


A top pic. However more in the realms of digital art. A lot of your pics have a heavily processed look about them. Not a criticism, more a comment!
#8 Sun September 4, 2005 12:25am

Noddy
Photography for me has always been a form of art, now in the digital era there is a greater flexibility to express the vision. Traditional artists have always had the luxury to play with colour, lines, adding and removing subjects. I believe this is equally applicable in photography. At the end of the day the photograph still needs to be taken and it is rarely possible to turn a bad photo into a great image through digital manipulation. The trick is spotting, composing then taking the shot in the first place.
#9 Mon September 5, 2005 7:37pm


A good point, but anyone who likes doing really heavy stuff to pics, needs to buy paint and canvas and do it the right way! Digital art is tedious mostly, a few good ones though
#10 Mon September 5, 2005 8:02pm

windshadow
I supposed it all depends on what you would class as heavily processed. All I did was blur th background and change the colour of the splash. To me that is not heavy processing. I love taking photographs, I believe I have the "eye", although what I see and what comes out in the final process, isn't often the same. I do not like to paint on canvas, simple because I have tried it, and frankly my 7yr old son can do better Smile
#11 Mon September 5, 2005 8:26pm

muldoon_smooth
Smile!
#12 Mon September 5, 2005 8:36pm


Its good! NO worries!
#13 Mon September 5, 2005 8:37pm

etfon911
See you made a big splash with this one! Nit: a bit too centrally located IMHO. Otherwise, very nice.
#14 Fri September 16, 2005 3:34am




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