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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 December 2018 at 19:53
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@@honourable-3pt: Tue Romanow; page 2; "Red selfie with pipe"
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 December 2018 at 21:28
@@Jozioau:Day 02
Comments: Great texture and colour of the flowers against the background in this image.

@@LAbernethy: Day 03
Comments: Has a the feeling of a slow moving scene from a noir movie.

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@@Reddevil: Day 05
Comments: Gorgeous light and clever composition.

@@clk230: Day 05
Comments: Very sparse feeling from the PP makes an emotional image.

@@bonneville: Day 03
Comments: Lovely presentation of the set of images in portrait format. This one stands out for the pleasing rendition of light spilling into the frame from above.

@@pegelli: Day 03
Comments: Perfect use of the available conditions and light to create an image full of mood.

@@alanfrombangor: Day pump
Comments: Great leading composition and heaps of texture captured by the contrast. Thanks for the story behind the scene too.

@@waldo_posth: Day 07
Comments: Detail and contrast abound in this lovely composition.

@@Micholand: Day 02
Comments: Can't resist an architectural abstract.....

@@Snegren: Day 04
Comments: Hard to choose from a set of images showing your keen eye for hidden beauty. I chose day 4 from the lovely glow which bursts across the image.

@@Hezu: Day 02
Comments: The subdued tones and lens effects somehow work for me here to create a twilight dream effect.

@@Hawk: Day 01
Comments: Whether cleverly deliberate or accidental, this is a great fun image.

@@Jonas A-R: Day 07
Comments: I love the moodiness of the sky here against the start white of the buildings. Great shot!

@@Phil Wood: Day 05
Comments: Simplicity and selective focus make this a winner for me.

@@Fred_S: Day 02
Comments: A great close-up study of autumn leaves. So far away from our summer heatwave!

@@minolta_mutley: Day 01
Comments: I like the concept and the composition of this image.

@@MiPr: Day 06
Comments: The personality of the subject is captured really well in this imaging making it stand out above an excellent series.

@@Dopol: Day 04
Comments: The whole image appears like a christmas decoration with the way the lensbaby warps the image!

@@Macca: Day 04
Comments: Hard to choose one from a week of highlights. Nearly went with day 2 but the overall subject, mood and dramatic diagonal composition made me pick this one (special mention to the plumber's crack)

@@ADub128: Day 01
Comments: Crispness of the detail of the wet leaves against the turf makes this a standout for me.

@@ktrucke: Day 01
Comments: I love how you see beauty in the weeds around you. A great study of something normally overlooked.

@@rovhazman: Day 05
Comments: The delicateness of the light really suits the image and lifts this above the ordinary.

@@MartyMoose: Day 01
Comments: Something about the reflection of the sky in the image is like a painting. The overall colours are very compelling too in this image.

@@onsplekkie: Day 05
Comments: Clever concept well composed and executed.

@@Robbie: Day 05
Comments: I like how the solid top part of the image contrasts with the blur of activity at the base.

@@4paul: Day 01
Comments: Good study of the subject, sparsely composed bringing attention to the part of the image in focus.

@@angora: Day 02
Comments: I love how the soap bubbles have the same texture as the berries themselves. Very clever!

@@luke: Day 02
Comments: Lots of texture and super contrast in this image.

@@C_N_RED_AGAIN: Day 06
Comments: I like this frozen example of concentration.

@@mikey2000: Day 02
Comments: Clever concept well executed as a high-key image but with shadow and detail where it's needed.

@@alpha_in_exile: Day 06
Comments: Something about the light in this photo drew me in - very subtle highlights in a dim frame make all the difference.

@@honourable-3pt: mikey2000; page 02; post 03; picture 02, Love the dreamy ethereal aerial view
@@honourable-1pt: Bob J; page 02; post 09; picture 05, The two men in the airport lounge could be a scene from a spy movie or a black comedy
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 December 2018 at 01:49

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 December 2018 at 16:17
@@Jozioau: Day 05
Comments: Great mix between action and laying down quietly

@@LAbernethy: Day 06
Comments: Innovative still life (not the only one in your set btw)

@@gregja: Day 02
Comments: Very well seen and executed, love to explore this image to find more details

@@Reddevil: Day 03
Comments: lovely mix of light and colours

@@clk230: Day 07
Comments: I like the layering with the person sitting in exactly the right place

@@bonneville: Day 02
Comments: For the well captured sadness, the B&W is very fitting

@@pegelli: Day 03
Comments: Hard to pick one of your own, but decided on this one because it's the only shot with a macro lens this week, and not a macro subject at all

@@alanfrombangor: Day 04
Comments: For the beautiful atmosphere during the blue hour.

@@waldo_posth: Day 03
Comments: For the skill to put order in this apparent chaos, very nice composition!

@@Micholand: Day 06
Comments: Perfect combo of a vintage car and a vintage lens rendering

@@Snegren: Day 07
Comments: The look on their faces is priceless, and you captured the foggy atmosphere very well

@@Hezu: Day 01
Comments: You can just feel the cold solitude when looking at this picture

@@Hawk: Day 06
Comments: Well used narrow dof, and the way you put it further back is working very well here

@@Jonas A-R: Day 07
Comments: For the way you captured the magical light of that moment

@@Phil Wood: Day 03
Comments: Simple but very effective, I always like old shop facades

@@Fred_S: Day 05
Comments: Great composition and contrast between the different lights

@@minolta_mutley: Day 02
Comments: For the way you used the background to liven up the image of this (for me) famous little sculpture

@@MiPr: Day 01
Comments: For the contageous and cheerful smile

@@Dopol: Day 05
Comments: Captured the spirit and environment of Amsterdam to the fullest extent

@@Macca: Day 02
Comments: Nice composition and a humourous combination of the text and the dog

@@ADub128: Day 05
Comments: Very recognisable scene (if you have a dog) and I like the way (s)he's watching you

@@ktrucke: Day 03
Comments: Minimalistic and very well done

@@rovhazman: Day 04
Comments: This is how I picture a cold morning alone in the desert

@@MartyMoose: Day 06
Comments: Even though the thumbnail doesn't show it linked to a nice cat face, with a pricelook suspicious look

@@onsplekkie: Day 07
Comments: Tough choice with 06, but I think both your daughters should go in the modelling business. They can reall freshen that up nicely with their open faces and smiles

@@Robbie: Day 05
Comments: The right amount of motion blur resulted in a very attractive image

@@4paul: Day 05
Comments: The part car, drops and glittering road in the back all help to create a special mood

@@angora: Day 04
Comments: As if the sun is coming up in the background

@@luke: Day 06
Comments: As a viewer I can also feel his concentration and tension

@@C_N_RED_AGAIN: Day 06
Comments: Your effort (and the funny looks) really paid off, nice action shot

@@mikey2000: Day 02
Comments: For the minimalistic quality

@@alpha_in_exile: Day 07
Comments: I wish my desk was so neat and tidy, great still-life like this

@@honourable-3pt: alanfrombangor; page 01; post 02; picture 04
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Comments: Alan's picture for the moody layering and Chris' picture because he also has a daughter that would be a breath of fresh air when she would become a model.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 December 2018 at 03:24
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 December 2018 at 13:58
Phew,almost missed this, hopefully get it sorted later today and tomorrow.

@@Jozioau: Day 06
Comments:I like the dog also in day 5, every day is a school day and I didn`t know the jag icon was a pedestrian hazard!

@@LAbernethy: Day 06
Comments:Plenty of choice/variety from the still life to the surreal and silhouettes but imagination,creativity and composition win this one.

@@gregja: Day 03
Comments:Enjoyed your use of lines and compositions overall but this one has a classic look,nice light, lovely use of angles and great finishing tones.

@@Reddevil: Day 01
Comments:Simple but lovely starter, also enjoyed your winter sunset and your dog is a star in 7

@@clk230: Day 05
Comments:very enjoyable set with a tough shout between this and 7.This one more classic but very well executed.Love the colours in 1.

@@bonneville: Day 02
Comments:loving the sumptuous Meyer colours and bokeh but this one is a standout for me, quite sad,poignant in a way. Too many of them gone now.

@@pegelli: Day 02
Comments:Lovely variety in the week and no bad 50`s are there? 2 has a lovely 3d quality around it and really should have been part of the exhibit,5 my other pick.

@@alanfrombangor: Day 05
Comments:I`m from a mining community myself, grandparents and Uncles etc., always poignant seeing your images.People had a hard life then.I like the idea of "skint wednesdays", more pubs should do this!

@@waldo_posth: Day 03
Comments:Some nice set pieces with 7 being the standout (great B and W) but the eye for lines and composition win for me here, great spot and shot.

@@Micholand: Day 06
Comments:Very creative set,I`m a sucker for cars adn love both, this just edges it for me due to the delightful curves,lines,tones and bokeh.

@@Snegren: Day 02
Comments:Absolute bokehlicious week except for the sheep where the fog provides the OOF interest.Tough choice but the Rokkor`s a star performer.

@@Hezu: Day 06
Comments:Some nice bokeh and OOF highlights in others but I lke this coming/going composition.

@@Hawk: Day 06
Comments:Liking the bokeh shots and Lynx would get on well with my terrier!

@@Jonas A-R: Day 03
Comments:Best of your lovely portraits

@@Phil Wood: Day 06
Comments:Very interesting/unusual stained glass TFS

@@Fred_S: Day 05
Comments:Liking the desparation shot and your wifes creation in 1.

@@minolta_mutley: Day 07
Comments:Modernly minimalist.

@@MiPr: Day 07
Comments:Quite a haunting portrait really.(in a nice way!)

@@Dopol: Day 03
Comments:Nice creative effect,like a scene from a Christmas gingerbread cake or similar.

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Comments:Not sure of my favourite, one of my better challenge attempts despite the late activity most evenings.

@@ADub128: Day 01
Comments:Enjoyed the conrtasting colours and subtle takeover by the yellows.

@@ktrucke: Day 03
Comments:Thanks for your commenting eforts through the week. Love the simplicity and bokeh in this one.

@@rovhazman: Day 05
Comments:Nicely lit

@@MartyMoose: Day 06
Comments:Sahrp cat, nice pet portrait and proof the Helios isn`t all about bubbles.

@@onsplekkie: Day 07
Comments:Tough choice, enjoyed them all.Love the freckles and bokeh.

@@Robbie: Day 06
Comments:Really like this, stark architecure and tones.

@@4paul: Day 01
Comments:For POV,composition, bokeh and subject, lovely shot.

@@angora: Day 02
Comments:I love fuji colours so it was a tough choice between 1 and 2, hope you are feeling better and ejoyed your bokehlicious set.

@@luke: Day 06
Comments:A tough choice again, all being god with 6 and 7 standing out for me but 6 wins due to the intensity of the moment being portrayed.

@@C_N_RED_AGAIN: Day 01
Comments:The slumbering dog is my favourite Christmas light shot in all week 50.

@@mikey2000: Day 04
Comments:The desparate selfie is my pick, nicely portrayed.

@@alpha_in_exile: Day 03
Comments:We`ve all had that feeling during challenges, especially pick a day.Well portrayed.

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Comments: I'm all for nice bokeh

@@LAbernethy: Day 06
Comments: Great idea, great execution

@@gregja: Day 03
Comments: I like B&W and composition very much

@@Reddevil: Day 07
Comments: Lovely snowy portrait

@@clk230: Day 01
Comments: I had three faves in your series - hard to choose one. Nice evening atmosphere and colours won.

@@bonneville: Day 02
Comments: Something is lost? Sad.

@@pegelli: Day 04
Comments: Lovely reflections and ripples.

@@alanfrombangor: Day 02
Comments: Great atmosphere. Works great in B&W.

@@waldo_posth: Day 01
Comments: Very nice series. I like #1 because the subject looks the most appealing :)

@@Micholand: Day 06
Comments: Excellent composition and use of bokeh.

@@Snegren: Day 03
Comments: I love the simplicity of this shot. I wonder where this cut circle comes from?

@@Hezu: Day 02
Comments: The lensbaby effect makes this shot to stand out.

@@Hawk: Day 07
Comments: I liked your experiments on #1 and #2 but who can resist this cute portrait of Lynx?

@@Jonas A-R: Day 03
Comments: Great quality of light. A bit too tight but still a clear winner for me.

@@Phil Wood: Day 06
Comments: Lovely colours.

@@Fred_S: Day 01
Comments: This one is one of my faves in whole Week 50 :)

@@minolta_mutley: Day 05
Comments: Quite astonishing to see fruits on trees at this period of the year in EU ;-)

@@MiPr: Day 07
Comments: I'm happy how this one worked. My daughter was happy too ;)

@@Dopol: Day 04
Comments: Very appealing image - proof that photography is not all about sharpness :)

@@Macca: Day 02
Comments: This shot made my day - fantastic! Right place and right moment.

@@ADub128: Day 01
Comments: I love how those leaves "invade" the grass - plus nice mix of colours.

@@ktrucke: Day 03
Comments: I lik eminimalism of this shot.

@@rovhazman: Day 05
Comments: I lke the flood of light surrounding the child.

@@MartyMoose: Day 05
Comments: COlours and contrast and bokeh - all in great mix here.

@@onsplekkie: Day 05
Comments: I almost gone for the frosty one, but then ... #5 is very striking both composition-wise and colour-wise. Portraits are also great (as usual).

@@Robbie: Day 06
Comments: Absolutely lovely water flow (psst, isn't the shot a bit tilted? ;-))

@@4paul: Day 01
Comments: DOF works nicely on this shot.

@@angora: Day 01
Comments: Very pleasing light and colours, although a tiny bit of additional DOF would be great IMO.

@@luke: Day 02
Comments: Not many landscapes during this Week 50 - this one works very well in B&W

@@C_N_RED_AGAIN: Day 06
Comments: I think I prefer the outtake, but still very nice :-)

@@mikey2000: Day 07
Comments: Hands at work - very nice subject. A bit wider view would be great.

@@alpha_in_exile: Day 03
Comments: I understand you very well. But you got great shot anyways

@@honourable-3pt: Tue Romanov; page 2; post 4; picture 3 (or day 3)
Comments: Tue Romanov's self-portrait is absolutely great - for me it's the best shot in the whole Week 50.

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    @@Jozioau: Day 5
    Comments: nice catch. like the exact focus and the sallow depth of filed.

    @@LAbernethy: Day 6
    Comments: very well composed and great execution!

    @@gregja: Day 2
    Comments: love the atmosphere in this one. I also like Day 4.

    @@Reddevil: Day 7
    Comments: very tough decision! Also really like day 2 and day 5. Eventually I had to pick and day 7 is the winner for me.

    @@clk230: Day 5
    Comments: I love the symmetry of the frame, and the break of the symmetry by the lamps.

    @@bonneville: Day 3
    Comments: Love the bubbles. Typically, Week 50 has a lot of Bokeh and out of focus lights involved...

    @@pegelli: Day 3
    Comments: I like the composition here. Strait lines, interrupt by the brachy trees. Day 5 (faceless) is also very good.

    @@alanfrombangor: Day 2
    Comments: Very effective composition. It reminds me a place I love to walk by in Boston.

    @@waldo_posth: Day 4
    Comments: I love the clean job and the beautiful control of the light of days 1, 2, 4 and 6. Day 3 is also great one with brilliant off-center composition. Eventually I have to pick one favorite and day 4 is the chosen...

    @@Micholand: Day 5
    Comments: As I wrote to bonneville above, week 50 for me is about Bokeh and out of focus lights...

    @@Snegren: Day 2
    Comments: Out of focus lights! I also love the abstract day 3, the swirly day 5 and the foggy day 7, but out of focus lights of day 2 is my favorite.

    @@Hezu: Day 5
    Comments: I am not sure I can put my finger why I love this one, but I simply love it. And it has to compete with the sallow depth of focus of day 2 and day 3, and the out of focus lights of day 4 and day 7.

    @@Hawk: Day 2
    Comments: Nice play with light, color and high key... Also like Day 6.

    @@Jonas A-R: Day 1
    Comments: I love the great portraits (days 1, 3 and 5) and the beautiful landscapes (days 2 and 7). Day 1 is the winner for me (although I believe it might benefit from a little more depth of focus).

    @@Phil Wood: Day 3
    Comments: Very good composition and framing. And I love your outtakes (especially day 1, 4 and 7)!

    @@Fred_S: Day 2
    Comments: It seems that it was a long week for you - it started in the autumn and ended in the winter... Maybe it is the nostalgia for my days in New England, but I love your autumn shot of day 2.

    @@minolta_mutley: Day 1
    Comments: New vs. Old... very nice composition.

    @@MiPr: Day 7
    Comments: Love all your portraits, and decided to go with the young lady...

    @@Dopol: Day 2
    Comments: Great use of the lensbaby. Many see it as a toy, but with good use it is a great photographic tool.

    @@Macca: Day 6
    Comments: Great symmetry. I also love the Celtic fans of day 4...

    @@ADub128: Day 1
    Comments: Making a very nice picture out of ordinary scenes that we usually don't see the beauty in them - this is a skill that I admire and day 1 is a good example for that.

    @@ktrucke: Day 3
    Comments: Creamy background is always nice...

    @@rovhazman: Day 5
    Comments: Surprisingly, the challenge was very challenging for me this year (typically I do manage a week challenge...). I was not sure about Day 5, until I noticed the Indian guy in the background and the fact that Ziv sits very similar to him... I also like the light washing the picture.

    @@MartyMoose: Day 5
    Comments: Like the colors of this one.

    @@onsplekkie: Day 7
    Comments: I always like your kids photos (and actually, almost all your photos...). Day 7, with the tight composition yet enough room for some out of focus lights is the big winner for me!

    @@Robbie: Day 4
    Comments: Clear and nice photo of the Pavilion.

    @@4paul: Day 1
    Comments: I also like the pizza of day 6, but the bass is the best!

    @@angora: Day 1
    Comments: I love your colorful collection! The warm color of the autumn leaves is the winner for me.

    @@luke: Day 2
    Comments: Nice landscape photo. I also like day 6 and day 7 - both are great captures with accurate focus.

    @@C_N_RED_AGAIN: Day 1
    Comments: The combination of the cute dog with the out of focus lights. Great one!

    @@mikey2000: Day 3
    Comments: Good arrangement of the parts. Although the busy week, you managed to come up with nice collection!

    @@alpha_in_exile: Day 3
    Comments: Some of the best shots this week are desperation shots...

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    Comments: I am glad I accepted Hawk's advice - it made me look through the outtakes and indeed there are some great photos there (even my outtake photos seem now to be better than the ones I chose for the challenge...).
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