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Competition Result IOTW Winner for Week Ending 06/03/2011

paulmag

Always on
Honorary Life Member
Our very Own David Worthington has chosen Canasta's striking portrait image

I chose this striking image because Canasta has attempted something quite different and not seen in anyone else's work....yes its not technically perfect , but that doesn't always bug me.......I am applauding someone who this week has taken their own path and come up with something original and very saleable too.
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FlashBangWallop

Always on
Awww....guys...to say I'm chuffed is an understatement.
Thanks. :) :) :)

I'd like to thank my wife...for always being supportive
My kids...there they are...Hi kids
Urm...
Interfit, Nikon, urm... oh...James - the model

Seriously thanks for picking it.
I do like it too..and agree an image don't always have to be technically spot on to be striking - this was purely a bit of mindless tweaking in RAW until I thought ....ooh that looks interesting

I printed it at A3 and framed it...and today it's in my studio window - looks fab!

Thanks again!
 

stevezz1

Always on
Congrats to you Canasta, a great image.

As Dave said, 'it may not be technically perfect' but to me that is a bonus. Anything, or anyone, that strays from the well worn 'safe' path deserves a second look.

First class.

Steve.
 
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biglee33

Always on
I do like this look youve got, i cant seem to get it yet, but try, its a punchy look, anyway well done. (if you want to share u can lol)


Awww....guys...to say I'm chuffed is an understatement.
Thanks. :) :) :)

I'd like to thank my wife...for always being supportive
My kids...there they are...Hi kids
Urm...
Interfit, Nikon, urm... oh...James - the model

Seriously thanks for picking it.
I do like it too..and agree an image don't always have to be technically spot on to be striking - this was purely a bit of mindless tweaking in RAW until I thought ....ooh that looks interesting

I printed it at A3 and framed it...and today it's in my studio window - looks fab!

Thanks again!
 
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