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Old 04-05-2019, 05:37 PM
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May Photo Challenge - Comments & Notable Rejects

This is the thread for any comments that you would like to make about any of the submissions in this month's Photo Challenge.

Additionally, if you have any shots that you have taken on the subject, but which didn't quite "make the cut", well you can share them on this thread.

This month's theme is "Impression"
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Old 07-05-2019, 10:08 PM
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Hmmm, 1st impressions, or seen something that left an impression, or even a footprint impression or car impression that hit a tree, , well not much impression on the tree that would be noticeable
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Not sure if this image 'fits-the-Theme', Feedback Wanted ? but one reject from a few 'fire-twirling' capers during a bongo-drum party left a unique impression from a night out !
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Old 07-05-2019, 11:58 PM
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Hey Bob,

I was thinking along the lines of impressionist photography.


"Then there is another style when the photographer tries to convey the feeling of a scene, a general impression, or suggestion of a scene. Lacking in detail these impressionist images emphasize colour over line and are often soft, dreamy, and have a painterly feel."


https://digital-photography-school.c...to-techniques/
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Old 08-05-2019, 10:33 PM
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Cheers Tim, very interesting to an 'untrained photog hobbyist'
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A couple of extras

Hopefully some of these fit the bill.
Cheers Derek
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Truck Tyre Tread ' Impression ' on our Drive Way.

Came from Arbor's Truck that was here trimming some of our Trees in the back yard.....!!

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Old 15-05-2019, 03:46 PM
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Interesting Derek & Col
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I played at the horse center today, experimenting with mostly deliberate camera movement.
Most Camera specs were ISO100, F22 & I had overlapped 2 high-density-filters for longer exposure times, basically between 0.5 secs upto 2.5 secs in some instances.
1st pic is of the tree/scene that was used for the following pics 2 & 3, light painting with the sunlight through the leaves giving a better representation of the dizziness one can experience when looking up and trying to focus on the view ?
4th ) Move Lazy Horses
5th, Spinning in the Forest
6th, White wood Red wood
7, Pipe Line
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Nice ones Bob
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Good one Bob, I like the spinning in the forest, it has a painterly feel about it.
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Cheers Derek & Tim...
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Speaking of Impressions - I did mention 1st post about cars & trees, well guess what made a rather loud clash last night just down the road, one car hit a parked car, how does that happen,, mob-ph looks like good odds at a guess. young driver in his girlfriends car, who is dating another chap, car uninsured, she now claiming he stole it - woah,
The parked car (also not insured) belongs to a single working mother, Oh Dear ! !
Note Number-plates,,, 679 runs into 678 ?
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