An Abandoned Fantasy

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  1. abraxas

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    The rhyme-makers workshop
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    or --- Sheep Thrills
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    Salvador Dali would appreciate !

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    This one is sweet. Love the concept idea and very well executed.

    If I had to nitpick, the lower right of the image has a bit too much blurry orange for my taste...but thats just a nitpick.

    Nicely done
     
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    Now that is an original image. Definitely dreamlike. I wish there was a little fill on the sheep. But thats nitpicking.

    Edit: I like the orange blurry. Makes me feel like Im laying down in the blooms.
     
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    looks great only thing that looks a little bit shop is the house.
     
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    Very creative! love the concept. ... this is pretty cool.
    I agree with the bottom right corner being a little too much...and the bottom area where the flowers border the house, you can really tell its been PP'd.... not as free flowing as the rest. but thats all i can see.

    thanks for sharing!
     
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    Thanks for commenting everyone.

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    Cool concept, well executed. Got a very painted feel to it.
     
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    Love it. :thumbup:
     
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    Good concept, however, lots of problems with this.

    - Skies are too hot, either bring them down in PP or shoot a faster shutter

    - Bad, bad angle on the sheep. Half is covered in shadow, the other half is completely overblown

    - the house ; overexposed by at least 1.5 stops

    - foreground flowers are overexposed as well. With digital, bright colours like orange and yellow turn to crap when overexposed. The flowers here look so oversaturated : that's overexposure.

    Nice concept but you have a lot of work to make something like this truly work. Composites have to be very precise in each aspect; as the purpose of composites is to make them not look like composites. Due to each subject having a different exposure ( and not corrected so it's all the same ) this one just doesn't work... sorry
     

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