TheEmptyWhiteRoomFeatured By OwnerMay 10, 2011Hobbyist Photographer
Much better, thank you. And Yourself? Clearly still out and about I see.
As for the image, I'm afraid that we all do it sometimes - I know that I'm guilty of it with a lot of my own images, as we're often blinkered by pride in our work or a desperate need to show that we can capture detail too. Sadly, it's just a matter of practise to get it right, something that both of us shall some day achieve.
TheEmptyWhiteRoomFeatured By OwnerMay 13, 2011Hobbyist Photographer
Ooh, thank you very much (and for all the Favs) - I'm much more photographically active than I used to be, though I rarely submit anything here on DA.
As for life, I'm reminded of a peom by Samuel Coleridge:
The shadows dance upon the wall, By the still dancing fire-flames made; And now they slumber moveless all, And now they melt to one deep shade. But not from me shall this mild darkness steal thee: I dream thee with mine eyes, and at my heart I feel thee
Although that's perhaps that's because I'm getting more and more obsessed with fire.
all your images have the same tones, i think its what i love about them. Do u use colour balance to get them or what? they also have this kinda glow tho, but are always clean and clear... what ever you do its great!
haha thanks. There is defs a sorta 'fineness' to your work that mine hasn't yet reached, but I'm sure if I took the time to learn more I'd get there too. Plus I suppose everyone has different styles. You keep up the good work
EllaNutellaFeatured By OwnerMay 1, 2011Student General Artist
It's interesting... the sharpness of this makes it a little harder to perceive the depth, but that's part of the beauty, too, and how the eye wanders, trying to find purchase, and "gets lost in the woods."