Thank you:wink:Very Cool Shot!
Oh definately Martin...I always put a plastic bag over my camera when I shoot where there is sand. However, I have never taken my camera to the beach. Can't afford to do that.Geat shot Sen. Hope you kept the camera safe from the nasty sand.
Thank you Debbi :wink:How sweet is that! Love it.
Awwww thank you so much!...You showed it to your wife? ... that is so sweet. I am so happy you like my work - I try really hard. You CAN do this...trust me...it's very easy. Thank you again...this is special to me.Seneca every image you post is AWESOME!!! I really like this one with the selective color. I showed it to my wife and she want's to know why I CAN'T do this!! I told her I'm lucky I know how to turn my camera ON.
Thank you Gordon. :biggrin:I like it Senecca, nice shot.
Thank you.:wink:Lovely shot, Sen!!
I just started a few months ago, it is a great organization.
It really is...I pray I won't be a basket case if I am ever called upon
Do you have CS3? I can send you the directions.Yes Seneca I showed my wife. As soon as I saw it I LOVED it!! I knew she would too, and she did.
Thank you...I couldn't decide if I should leave it black and white...but I decided that the main subject was the little girl and her main subject was the pail...so I wanted to highlight it. Thanks again.Hi, Seneca -- nice image and cool use of the selective color as the matte color, too.
Yo Mike - thanks for the comments. Yes I see what you're talking about. Actually really good advice. I actually had the image (mat) printed in black...so you and I were on the same brain wave. :wink:Yo, Seneca! Very nice separation of the pale from the dirt that is in midair.
Consider using a charcoal or black frame instead of the green one if you haven't already tried that. I think the pale will actually stand out even more. I would also play around with different colors, such as red or yellow, which you also might have done.
In other words, choose to ignore everything I say except that I really like the image! Don't ignore that. :smile: