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Critique By: Merwyn Kanjes  (K:4227)  
3/17/2011 4:21:44 PM

Clean and sharp... Great angle and very nice composition
Best regards,
Merwyn kanjes
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Ania Zielińska-Hoşaf  (K:61347) Donor  
3/16/2011 9:28:10 PM

Wow, how original! So nice!

Best wishes,
Ania
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Pam Constable  (K:366)  
3/15/2011 9:12:11 PM

Oops I forgot the Smurfs
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Pam Constable  (K:366)  
3/15/2011 8:59:06 PM

This picture was conceived in response to a Kodak competition called "Colours of the Coming Age". I felt the "coming age" was the yet unborn children, and wanted to picture the hope for a better environment for them. I needed a kind of nuclear wasteland background so I used a photograph I had taken down near Aramoana, a half hour drive from here. It was taken approximately one week after a gunman committed mass murder there, killing 13 people in a tiny and peaceful seaside community, and I wanted to express my shock and sadness about that, hence the bleakness.

The figure was a friend of mine, four days before she gave birth to her twin daughters.

The flowers were brought in to work by a colleague, and as soon as I saw them I realised they were the element needed to complete the image, having as they did a sort of "exploding into life" quality, and being so colouful in the otherwise relatively colourless background.

Funnily enough, after I had split and flipped the background, necessary to fit it into the lighting of the figure, I found that it too, contained a very female shape, ie, breasts, and a vagina, signifying the previous generation before the woman.

This was never used for the original concept, as one of the requirements of the competition was that the image had to be on Kodak film, and the digital to film printer I had access to was only set up for Agfa film.. C'est la vie!
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Dan Wilson  (K:21104) Donor  
6/15/2008 1:17:34 AM

Nice shot Pam, I really like your positioning to get the cloud or jet stream to flow around the lamp
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Armen Haroutunyan  (K:4787)  
6/14/2008 2:22:32 PM

excellent capture
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: jacques brisebois  (K:73883)  
6/13/2008 3:15:20 PM

real impressive landscape and light rays, very nice work Pam.
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Sam Kh  (K:19017)  
6/13/2008 7:52:18 AM

lovely scene and perfect shot
well done Pam
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Shirley D. Cross-Taylor  (K:167399) Donor  
6/13/2008 6:19:12 AM

Love this, Pam! You should enter it in the Magic Light Project.:)
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Dan Wilson  (K:21104) Donor  
6/13/2008 6:19:06 AM

Fantastic shot of such a difficult part of NZ to photograph. Composition is superb. Great work Pam
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: theerapong bhothirungsi  (K:647)  
6/13/2008 12:34:55 AM

light from heaven...
very good photo... :)
Joe
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Melanie Peters  (K:2248)  
6/12/2008 11:49:35 PM

Hi Pam,
lovely light and simple composition. Am a Dunedinite too!
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Gustavo Scheverin  (K:164498) Donor  
6/12/2008 11:42:19 PM

Preciosa foto, la atmósfera tiene una mágica luz, y la composición es muy buena.
Felicitaciones!
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Pam Constable  (K:366)  
5/9/2007 9:57:48 PM

I vaguely recall some Canadian suggesting it many moons ago and I have been using it since. :)

Enjoyed your slide shows, specially the balcony garden, and will look at more later.
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Mats Flemstrom  (K:127)  
5/9/2007 3:33:02 PM

Hey Pam, that's a great title; how did you think of it?!
Mats
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: vanessa shakesheff  (K:68786) Donor  
1/6/2007 11:18:58 AM

Lovely floral ..beautiful colours ..light and dof..nessa
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Peter De Rycke  (K:41212) Donor  
1/6/2007 9:54:05 AM

Nice composition, the yellow flower is well positioned before the background of blue flowers.. Peter
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Pam Constable  (K:366)  
8/12/2006 4:53:23 AM

Thank you for your comment John. I did as you suggested, removing the flowers, to see how it looked, and ended up with what I felt was over half the image having too little detail. There didnt seem to be enough to hold the composition together.
Thank you, though, for your interest.
Pam
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: John Pitman  (K:8473)  
8/9/2006 8:28:01 AM

Really like this Pam. The detail and composition is spot on. Being super critical I would consider cloning out the flowers in the fg as I find them slightly distracting. Just a thought.
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Hajnalka Szabados  (K:447)  
8/8/2006 9:15:09 PM

It's simply perfect for me. So beautiful!
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: ShLEG .  (K:2308)  
8/8/2006 1:03:14 PM

The position of the object is wonderful.
Congrats
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Abu Nahidh  (K:112)  
8/8/2006 11:24:31 AM

Serene & refreshing
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Mihály Rendes  (K:1045)  
8/8/2006 11:04:04 AM

really nice picture, with some good foreground and background.
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Tabitha Woods  (K:8650)  
3/9/2006 7:47:11 AM

This is good for being taken from a plane!? I like how the clouds are framing the Mount!
Thanks for looking and commenting on my pic Pam..
Regards :O)
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Cenk Tuna  (K:1015) Donor  
3/6/2006 10:39:27 PM

so nice ..I loved it
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Rashed Abdulla  (K:163889) Donor  
11/24/2005 9:54:38 PM

very beautiful composition and wonderful details and colors ,very best regards.
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Pam Constable  (K:366)  
8/6/2005 5:28:13 AM

You are right John. I have several versions of this image and while the 8 x 10 version made it into print, this was a version sized for direct sending online, and I used this as it was already sized, instead of reducing the slightly wider one.

The difference would be that the online one would be about 3mm narrower if they were both printed at 8" x 10" size.
Well spotted.
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: John Lamb  (K:9687)  
8/5/2005 11:52:42 PM

This looks a bit different from the print you had at DPS Pam. Did you crop some off the RH side? I thought it was fine as is was.

John
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Felipe Castro  (K:561)  
7/30/2005 4:47:30 AM

excelente composicion y el color osn perfectos! muy bune trabajo felicidades
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)

Critique By: Marcus Armani  (K:36599) Donor  
7/29/2005 12:51:53 PM

This is wonderful Pam, the timing is perfect, I like the nice colors and your perspective....
        Photo By: Pam Constable  (K:366)


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