ISO1600 50mm f/1.8 1/640sec
Now THAT’S a very imaginative shot, Nick!
Ditto on this comment – very original.
I had to think for 10 seconds: what is that? Got it
haha thanks Bashar! Glad I could add some brief mystery to your day
Well seen and perfectly composed!! I like the detail of the two yellow poles.
As always thanks for the great comments Santi
I love the feel that you manage to carry through all of your colour shots, it’s stylish and individual.
Thanks Rob, I guess unknowingly I have developed a bit of personal style when it comes to post processing.
I suspect we all try similar things that have worked before when editing, I think it’s called being lazy or if it aint broke then leave well alone.
Yea, I could see that.
I did enjoy the shot very much, but I have to confess to not understanding what the right thing is!
Im sorry Carlos, Im not sure what your asking. The scene is comprised of the mirror, then two yellow pillions and a garage door. Thanks for the comment
Oops, I meant the “round”, not the “right” thing. It’s a mirror, I see now; what is it refecting?
Reflecting another Garage Door with a No Parking sign on it It seems the scene was a bit more abstract then I had anticipated, so don’t worry, its taken a few people a little bit to figure it out.
Ah, I see it now. Very creating; excellent!
I do like some nice reflections!
Haha thanks Richard! I agree, Im a sucker for interesting reflections as well
Give me a reflected image of some lines in black and white, and I’m happy!
Haha Specific even
Thanks so much Cee
I like that. It’s a very cool shot. The colors are great. Seeing something that takes a second to figure out is good brain exercise!
Hey Shez I guess I didn’t realize it was a bit of a brain teaser when I posted it. But I’m always happy to provide a means of creative exercise.
Really creative, interesting photo with a multidimensional composition (all big words that boil down to Great!)
Thanks so much! I appreciate that
Took me awhile to figure it out, but I got it! At first glance it looked life a phonographs ‘speaker’.
Thanks J.G.! I love how this scene turned out to be more abstract then I had imagined
I really love this shot. The parking sign in the mirror makes it for me. Good composition. I’m a sucka for good composition! Nice!
Hey thanks Tyler, I can understand exactly where your coming from
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