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Jul 15, 2008 05:46 as a reply to  @ post 5913369 |  #2641

As requested Weka's moody shots and yes this is my style.

#1 Is in the rain
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Jul 15, 2008 05:50 |  #2642

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As requested Weka's moody shots and yes this is my style.

Yes that is a good style.

I like both photos.

The first one is a dream. Rugged rocks complimented by rugged weather, tones and waves. The dab of cream on the whole thing is that weather beaten tree clinging to those rocks.
This is a masterpiece find.

The second one has a completely different feel to it. colour, calm. The big rock bottom left is quite a focal point, but helps anchor the eyes and stops them wandering all over the place.

Mojo is there brother!


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Jul 15, 2008 06:03 |  #2643

akiwi wrote in post #5913902 (external link)
Yes that is a good style.

I like both photos.

The first one is a dream. Rugged rocks complimented by rugged weather, tones and waves. The dab of cream on the whole thing is that weather beaten tree clinging to those rocks.
This is a masterpiece find.

The second one has a completely different feel to it. colour, calm. The big rock bottom left is quite a focal point, but helps anchor the eyes and stops them wandering all over the place.

Mojo is there brother!

Wow Tony :) The first one has got balls. The sharpness of the rocks, energy from the crashing sea. The stark but strangely alive tree.

In total contrast the calm rounded, warm sort of landscape in the second shot. I love the "moist" look of the foreground. Mmmm

Great work Tony. Really, you got me staring at those for a while. :cool:


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Jul 15, 2008 06:03 |  #2644

nice tony- the tope one just brings back the rain feeling -

and i think i was a sleep when yuo took the second one...


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Jul 15, 2008 06:11 |  #2645

Nzshrimper wrote in post #5913949 (external link)
nice tony- the tope one just brings back the rain feeling -

and i think i was a sleep when yuo took the second one...

Cant belive how wet we got.
The sunrise was different last time as it was high tide so nice contrast.

Thanks guys

I guess my "style" is starting to come throught and I notice it more .... now that I have been looking.


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Jul 15, 2008 06:15 |  #2646

Same tree - day 2 - no rain and a different view point...

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it amazes me how much it changed from the first day....

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Jul 15, 2008 06:19 |  #2647

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Same tree - day 2 - no rain and a different view point...


it amazes me how much it changed from the first day....

Chris I like that. Esp the rays of the sun comming throught the clouds


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Jul 15, 2008 06:35 |  #2648

I Like it too. Like the rich blue and as said the sun rays.
Fascinating how different 2 photos can be of basically the same thig.


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Jul 15, 2008 06:53 |  #2649

ok ... been having a play with colour - thoughts ...

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Jul 15, 2008 14:17 as a reply to  @ Nzshrimper's post |  #2650

weka2000 wrote in post #5913894 (external link)
As requested Weka's moody shots and yes this is my style.

#1 Is in the rain
#2 Sunrise next morning

2 great shots Tony! Well done!

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Same tree - day 2 - no rain and a different view point...

it amazes me how much it changed from the first day....

I like that quite a lot, but my eye is drawn directly to the tilted horizon on the bottom left.....:rolleyes:




  
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Jul 15, 2008 15:07 |  #2651

Nice work..


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Jul 15, 2008 16:05 |  #2652

Tony you need a watermark...

Make you look more professional :p


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Jul 15, 2008 16:23 |  #2653

Mediation wrote in post #5916754 (external link)
Tony you need a watermark...

Make you look more professional :p

yeah he was toying with this Japanese one... :rolleyes:


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Jul 15, 2008 16:25 |  #2654

Great to see that weka style kicking back in.. splendid.. nothing wrong with breaking out for a bit though to appreciate it eh

^^^ I like all those images up there.

Chris- playing with colours... I like it nice and punchy but not overdone. great image



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Jul 15, 2008 16:29 |  #2655

scotttnz wrote in post #5916231 (external link)
2 great shots Tony! Well done!


I like that quite a lot, but my eye is drawn directly to the tilted horizon on the bottom left.....:rolleyes:

fixed :)


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