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Drifting IV by wroth Drifting IV by wroth
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A leaf caught in the wind.

Current work, from '08, full viewing is strongly recommended. Your critiques are welcome, thanks for looking. :peace:


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(Open Edition) Print Version: Color Version

(also see the :bulletred:Black & White, :bulletred:Tone, and :bulletred:Inverse versions if online (green dot), or if offline (red dot) then write me and ask about availability.)
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:icontheangryuser:
I am pretty new to your work but I can already say that I really like it! The contrast in this picture is more than amazing. You are quite skillful with a camera. I love how you made the water almost look "frozen" by using a very fast shutter speed.

I also noticed that the whole picture is in focus, which is something that attracts me allot. Another important fact about this picture is that the leaf is not centered which gives a more natural effect to the picture. Another very nice aspect of this photograph is that the water seems almost to become fully unsaturated at the bottom, which in my opinion makes the "teal" color of the water jump even more out of the screen.

In conclusion, I have nothing bad to say about this photograph as it is truly a wonderful picture!
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:iconaugenweide:
augenweide Jan 5, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
your beautiful work is featured in my new journal...[link]
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:iconlunawhite7:
Beautiful!!
<3
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:iconjayshree:
All the motion and texture in this is great.
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:iconwroth:
Glad you like it, thank you :)
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:iconjayshree:
You're welcome.
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:iconc1812:
I love this one. I love how the smoothness of the water and the rough texture of the rocks just compliments each other greatly. The contrasting color of the leaf the rocks also works well in emphasizing the focus of the picture. It's a very fluid and powerful photograph. Great job :D.
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:iconmes-que:
mes-que Mar 25, 2009   Photographer
absolutely wow,

i tried something similar a while ago but it looked nothing like this... this is stunning! (:
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:iconwaiyean:
waiyean Mar 18, 2009   Photographer
BEAUTIFUL.
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