NOVEMBER THEME: "Through The Window"

Forums Monthly Theme NOVEMBER THEME: "Through The Window"

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  • #1969
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    IS THAT A SETTLING CRACK IN YOUR BRICKWORK–ZIG-ZAGS    UP FORM RIGHT SIDE OF WINDOW. LOOKS LIKE LINTEL HAS DROPPED AS BASE WALL IS OK.

    #1970
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    Ian McNab
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    Not my house, fortunately, Ken.  Anyway, that’s not where you’re supposed to be looking! 😉

     

     

    #1971
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    Peter Robinson
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    I know I’m not supposed to be looking at it, but my eye keeps going back to the light coloured flue in the middle on the roof.

    The person through the windows also catches my eye. I wonder if they’re worried about the wall falling down? Would it work better in B&W?

    Sorry I have taken any this weekend, but I’m getting a few ideas for next weekend.

    #1975
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    Ian McNab
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    Pete said, “my eye keeps going back to the light coloured flue in the middle on the roof”

    Gone! (Thanks for spotting it!) 🙂

    Would it work better in B&W?

    No, you need the red of the lady’s cardigan and the pink of the skin tones of her face to separate her from the background. In BW, she’s not so obvious, and you lose the point of the picture.

    #1976
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    LITTLE ZAC looking through the window.   In 3D parlance ” the window”  is very important   as the image can be behind the window or like Little Zac–“through the window” but 3d specs needed to see this. Not the intention  of the “theme” I know but here he is through the window.

    #1978
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    Ah, yes, Ken – that’s entirely the idea of the theme: you are invited to interpret it as creatively as you like! 🙂

     

     

    #1980
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    THIS IS NOT MY PHOTOGRAPH-  IT WAS POSTED TODAY ON THE INTERNATIONAL 3D  FORUM. IT IS BY A GENTLEMAN FROM HOLLAND WHO TAKES THE MOST AMAZING 3D PHOTO”S.    HE IS CALLED    “HOPPENBROUSER” AND AS THE PICTURE IS SO APT. FOR THIS THEME  THOUGHT YOU MIGHT LIKE A LOOK.    3D SPECS NEEDED- ANYONE WITHOUT , LET ME KNOW AND I WILL GIVE YOU SOME FOR FREE.   THIS IMAGE IS BY HOPPENBROUSER FROM HOLLAND.

    #1982
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    Very interesting photo Ken, like the European feel to this image, big bold images the cityscape looks futuristic. The outline from inside the building adds framing. Like how the windows delicate frame seperates the image into a modern day triptich.

    #1983
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    MEG. THIS  gentleman from Holland does some amazing stuff. This is my little ZAC today  “Looking thro” the Window”.

    #1985
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    THRO”  the same window about half hour ago.

    #1991
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    Peter Robinson
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    Nice shots Ken. Zac looks well in 3D, but like the last shot best. Good colours and composition. I wish I had a view like that.

    #1993
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    Lovely shots of Zac Ken.  I hope he got a biscuit in modelling fees!  As Mac said the 3D window is a very clever play on the theme … I dug my specs out and Zac fairly pops out.  Well done.  Your Dutch friend is very talented and has an amazing view.

    #1994
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    An interesting image Ian.  Is the lady watching out for the safety of her child OR worrying about the strange bearded bloke with a camera taking her picture?  I like the composition.  I do wonder if she even knows the child?  Very clever and I do like the way you look at things! However …. if you ever need one of us to bail you out from the police station and vouch for you as a genuine photographer, it might be wise to distribute your number before the local neighbourhood watch reports you for acting suspiciously and casing the houses in this area! 😉

    #2058
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    I saw this ‘through the window’ shot this morning and couldn’t resist taking it for a bit of fun!
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    I thought the side lit condensation on this window was quite striking.
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    In bright sunlight you can get some interesting reflections in glass.This one caught my eye, but I think there must be far better..
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    #2059
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    D >>> The person in the green fleece is my wife!  (But I’m sure she’d be flattered to be taken for a child!)

    Pete  >>> I like the first one best – a good laugh, and a great find. A very well-spotted contribution to the theme.

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