So actually I had to see your photo shrunk Cole to enjoy it. When it was big I was distracted by the focus and graininess, both of which felt off. But shrunk I love it. The subject and angle are both intriguing. The curve of the statue's body pulls me in and pulls my eye through the photo.Ahh Jen I love this photo. And it should be displayed next to the pink one of the little toys in the spheres. I never would have been able to figure out the subject. I was thinking it looked like some kind of laboratory experiment - little gels carefully doled out one drop at a time by an eye dropper. The focus, coloring, and framing is perfect - especially with the neat parallel lines offset to the photo's edge. The extremely narrow focus makes the top so much more interesting to me. All around great photoThis is such a beautiful picture of Quinne, and I see what you meant about the original not being up to snuff (though I still loved it). I don't love the textures, but laying the photo softly over the other one really grabbed my eye. Mel I LOVE this photo. It's pop art! That red mat? Oh my god if that were in my house I'd be taking a million photos with it as a backdrop. The white of the bowl and then the humor of the subject - it's all perfect. Michelle what a great photo of Khloe in a perfect Khloe pose! Baby Carson make the baby face is just a perfect ending to this day.Critiquing my own photograph - I hate that the focus was off. Other than that I really liked this one. I just wish I'd had ultra sharp focus on both the little dudes, not just the blue (and even that wasn't as crisp and sharp as I wanted). I don't know if this was from high ISO or low fstop or both or neither or what.
Hillary - such a great photo of Megan. Again with the concentration face - like McK's back in her Snoopy shot. I love it. So childhood to be that focused an un-selfconscious.Jessica - this is a weird photo. Why are their balloons in a mixing bowl? It just makes me look twice. I love the brick on your wall in the background.Niki - more snow stars! Still a cool fake out. I used to love standing under a stop light and staring straight up in a heavy snow. It was like looking at infinity.umIma dork.
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