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Header Artist of the Week: Peter N.

Each week I will select a photo from that week's posts to be the 'Header Artist of the Week". This week I had to go with....

Peter N!

Peter lives in Berlin and describes himself as an allround computer graphic artist goes allround photography!

I selected this image for a number of reasons. First is just that it is really...

Critique is our Goal - Please read before posting.

I enjoy sharing my work. Venues that provide opportunities to do this are readily available. Flickr, Instagram, Facebook and many other smaller sites exist for this purpose. This site is for those who want to grow through feedback.

Critiquing is by it's very nature, a two part process - giving and receiving! Without one, you can't have...

Minimal Maple for critique

An older image I've just updated. I'd love to hear thoughts on this - I personally like the simplicity and graphical nature but I can understand how others may view differently.

All viewpoints and comments welcomed - what do you like/not like, what improvements could be made (if worthwhile).

Most of all, I'd like to understand the...

Moonlit night Long Exposure ~Experimental

This is my first attempt at a long exposure shot. I didn't add any layers over the photo. I took a few 30 second shots and chose the best one. I'm considering this experimental because I've never attempted anything such as this before. While I was out, I did decide to go ahead and take a telephoto shot of the moon tonight. I used an ND1000 for...

Orchidelirium 2018

I don't think I've posted abstracts yet.
Post inspired by Ruth's ink arts and Sandra's macro forests.

This was shot early 2018 (part of a series) for an interior designer to incorporate into a home make over. The home owner loved Orchids. At the time, I had grown tired of looking at these, so I decided to re-visit with a fresh eye...

Rust Never Sleeps

This afternoon I finally yielded to my wife's suggestion that I at least inspect what is shown here and see if there was any salvaging the assembly or should we replace it? Yes, it can be salvaged, although much of what you see needs to removed (did that) and be replaced (parts ordered.) Do you want to guess what it is? Most everyone I know has...