Here is a wild image:
Played with flipped images:
I would think that by commercial, they mean for use in some kind of advertising for someone else's company or product, not fine art. But, I could be wrong. I've also have shots similar to this from the Omaha zoo.
Anyway, I like you Jelly Phantasies.
Just let it open where you got the fish shots. Could be from your diving friend :-) and does not have much to do with your result.
>Not sure it is that great of a shot anyway.
The contrast of the bright and dark fish works very well. I like it a lot.
Thanks Keith and Uwe. I am wanting to learn how I could set up private lessons on line or group lessons if anyone is interested. Or private workshops here at my place. I've attended a couple of workshops to see how others do it. I haven't had much experience at teaching, but I think I would get the hang of it. I'll keep you informed.
From today's Hollister Air Show:
The two plane shots by Uwe and Mike's "Leaving the cafe" have some resemblance in time. They do make me think of the roaring twentys.
Very nice work gentlemen!
Based on a new texture. Creating and collecting textures is key.
This is called "Dedham Vale"
John Constable painted this landscape in the early 1800's
This is technically a blend, but done the easy way
Aerial Photo blended
“Sailing Past The Sun”
I know what you are thinking. What a cliche! Yes it is, but we were in Greece and it was a beautiful night and I had a camera. What was I to do?I even have shots of the boat going all the way across the frame and of course one right in the path of the sun reflection.
>What a cliche!
Not really, the cliche show much warmer rendering. The mood is nice.
The only thing I am not sure of is the large dark negative space.
A beauty, Uwe
Delicate line and color - very painterly
They could do with some "Content Aware" tiling