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Post Options Post Options   Quote gregja Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 May 2020 at 21:44
gregja 3pt: 10
gregja 1pt: 1
Comment:

LAbernethy 3pt: 3
LAbernethy 1pt: 24
Comment: Very intriguing studies made through the use of the extension tube. The pine candle photo brings it together with great texture and composition, and I've also given a point to the view of the barn because I'm a sucker for a leading line landscape

Jozioau 3pt: 18
Jozioau 1pt: 1
Comment: A breadth of interesting subjects over the month, supported with technical perfection. I particularly like the botanical images.

SvenJTD 3pt: 4
SvenJTD 1pt: 9
Comment: Ambitious approach showing wide number of techniques and subjects.

Snegren 3pt: 2
Snegren 1pt: 10
Comment: Your world of bike tacks, stacked chairs and banks of conduit waiting to be installed, captured beautifully resonates strongly with me. I love how the aluminium siding shot has been realised, from you seeing its potential to pulling it off with aplomb.

minolta_mutley 3pt: 20
minolta_mutley 1pt: 25
Comment: I really like the way you explored the light and shade in these two photos.

pegelli 3pt: 3
pegelli 1pt: 23
Comment: I get a great sense of the world in which you inhabit with your collection for the month. The trioplan shot is full of lovely texture, and I think the composition of your bridge photo is particularly wonderful.

MiPr 3pt: 30
MiPr 1pt: 3
Comment: I've split the points between your stunning close-up-overloaded-bokeh-botanics and black-and-white `portraits. Both series are really well executed.

Dopol 3 pt: 7
Dopol 1 pt: 23
Comment: Your images depict slices of life from the world around you extremely well.

Phil Wood 3 pt: 9
Phil Wood 1 pt: 15
Comment: You have a looking at the world around you and focusing in on something special. Plenty of interesting subjects in your set.

alanfrombangor 3pt: 15
alanfrombangor 1pt: 26
Comment: The B/W conversions add a poignancy to the beautiful landscape where you live.

onsplekkie 3pt: 23
onsplekkie 1pt: 31
Comment: The chrysanthemum is something different to the rest of your set but is a standout.

bonneville 3pt: 24
bonneville 1pt: 17
Comment: I get a sense of your locked-down life with this series of vignettes of the inside of your house and garden.

Fred_S 3pt: 4
Fred_S 1pt: 26
Comment: Strong mix of abstracts and poignant scenes assembled with a keen eye and technical nous

Wilu 3pt: 8
Wilu 1pt: 2
Comment: Really wild variety of subjects and techniques and a bit humour thrown in. Looks like you really challenged yourself over the month with impressive results.

alpha_in_exile 3pt: 24
alpha_in_exile 1pt: 19
Comment: I like how you kept coming back to the cypress vine throughout the month and seeing it in different angles.

Bob J 3pt: 18
Bob J 1pt: 6
Comment: Really creative effort with some of those setups. I like that approach of throwing light at transparent items and seeing what happens. The ribbon shot is lovely and gets the points from me.
 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote Wilu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 May 2020 at 23:21

Some very difficult decisions. And many striking photographs - I'm glad I took the time to look through these wonderful sets. These are my favourites:


gregja 3pt: 10
gregja 1pt: 24
Comment: A very interesting series, difficult to choose only one favourite.

LAbernethy 3pt: 10
LAbernethy 1pt: 26
Comment: Macros with a wide angle lens - always special.

Jozioau 3pt: 11
Jozioau 1pt: 20
Comment: Quite diverse. That's always a good thing in my book.

SvenJTD 3pt: 15
SvenJTD 1pt: 09
Comment: Diving into the macro cosmos.

Snegren 3pt: 29
Snegren 1pt: 20
Comment: Good stuff! Lots of inspiring pictures, particularly those from the 1.2/50.

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bigsi: what a great start, too bad the series ends on day 5.
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minolta_mutley 3pt: 25
minolta_mutley 1pt: 20
Comment: You chased the lovely light, apparently.

pegelli 3pt: 8
pegelli 1pt: 3
Comment: Bokehlicious.

MiPr 3pt: 3
MiPr 1pt: 30
Comment: Strong portraits and beautiful flower pictures. A true MiPr series.

Dopol 3 pt: 27
Dopol 1 pt: 7
Comment: Quite diverse. I'm just missing a bit those shallow DOF pictures, given the lens you used.

Phil Wood 3 pt: 20
Phil Wood 1 pt: 15
Comment: I like the twins because this kind of picture usually includes only one main tree. Good series.

alanfrombangor 3pt: 26
alanfrombangor 1pt: 8
Comment: Kudos for trying and pursuing a couple of themes.

onsplekkie 3pt: 1
onsplekkie 1pt: 12
Comment: Many strong pictures to choose from.

bonneville 3pt: 1
bonneville 1pt: 6
Comment: That teddy - craving to go out!

Fred_S 3pt: 14
Fred_S 1pt: 1
Comment: Another super set!

Wilu 3pt: 29
Wilu 1pt: 23
Comment: I aimed for 4/week and ended up with pic-a-day - and I like most of them. Happy with this challenge :-)

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Dena: Another great start, too bad you had to abandon. 1 and 6 are one level beyond photography.
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alpha_in_exile 3pt: 11
alpha_in_exile 1pt: 16
Comment: The snow is a bit irritating (we had one of the hottest aprils over here).

Bob J 3pt: 24
Bob J 1pt: 20
Comment: Too many good ones! My favourite set from this year's april foolishness challenge.
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