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Hot and Cold by nighty Hot and Cold by nighty
experiment with different camera
settings to achieve specific colors.
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corvidophiliac Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007
This is really such a great piece. The contrast between the two and how they balance through imbalances; the compressed weight and solidity of the cold, and the more spread out looseness of the hot. Lovely negative space, too.
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reeltime Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
This deviation is featured on my journal. :)
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yoopie Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2006
A perfect balance. :heart: Beautiful, like always.
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GoblinQueeen Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2005
Absolutely fantastic, so well balanced and the colors are perfect.
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paperairplane Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2005   Interface Designer
Pretty sweet.
I like the combination of the contrasting colors.
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demisone Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2005
:wow: amazing!!!! :clap:
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Duffzilla Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2005
:D nice experiment. Beautiful colours. Intriguing and clever composition and overall image. Excellent photo :clap:
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nighty Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank you :love:
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montyman Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2004   Photographer
lovely colors
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triggerfinger Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2004
being Dutch, orange obviously appeals to me as my national colour LOL but my favourite colour is blue. in one piece you've appealed totally to my visual aesthetic.

i find this piece INCREDIBLY vibrant. not just with the colours, but with the very minimal style of photography that allows one to clearly focus on each subject in each section. i'm really digging the framing (which by the way, i've noticed you're very innovative with, which really thrills me). the larger space given to the orange allowing for the branches (?) to fit properly into the composition without being cut off is lovely. the shadows of each object in the space makes it look like they're moving towards each other.

i'm finding it hard to not fav everything i'm commenting on lol :shakefist:

another lovely piece of work from you. i hope you don't mind that i'm not really commenting on your traditional art. i'm not really qualified you know? :) besides, your photography and photo manips will keep me busy for a while!
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