It's so green, you could almost get away with calling it abstract. ;)
My better half is sitting right next to me saying how much she likes it..
I think it's a bit too green, so you lose a lot of detail. Sorry, but it doesn't do it for me..
I think the butterfly would have been a much greater idea if it was b/w and smaller. That way you could have made some more butterflies, and made it look like a part of the picture. The way it is now, makes it look like it's misplaced, and at first glance it looks like he has some kind of...
Wow. That is a nice one! Nice detail and colour.. And what an expression! :)
I can't decide if I think the left side of his face is to dark or not, but you might wanna play a bit with it in PS, and it COULD get even better.. Worth a
Congrats with a great photo of a great kid!
I think your lightning is ok, but imo the shots lacks identity. They really don't tell me anything. I think the second one could have been a nice one, but I was sorry to see you had cut the trees.. Man, I'm harsh.
Anyway, I think you are really lucky to have an entire golf court to shoot at...
Yes, that would be the correct link. I was ment to say the name of the group, and I didn't notice it became a link. :) Thank you!
Yes, you can just press "Join group.", and the admins (just me atm) of the group will have to validate you as a member.. And that, my friend, will be no problem...
I just created a group at facebook for TPF users. It's a closed group, so you will have to get your request accepted before you are in.
The group is called www.THEPHOTOFORUM.com.
I hope this is interesting for some of you.
See you. ;)
This is, as the title already told you, this is a portrait of my very own Lisa from easter last year.. This one is taken a few hundred metres above my parents cottage, on a beautiful mountain in Northern Norway.. C&C are highly appreciated.