Mista Skee

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photoblog image "Happy day part 3"

"Happy day part 3"

ALMOST DONE!

( REPLACES HAPPY DAY PART 2 ) Rarely do I replace my  posts, but looking at the previous one after having adequate sleep, I too have to agree with asiko, thanks mate :-) the blur has been reduced a tad bit.


Today's shot is for Sinem (Suby too)  You guys HAVE been so patient with SKee , thank you. I'm almost done!


I don't normally post square compositions, although I do many for clients, so this is something difference.

Although I kept the PP rather subtle, quite a lot has been done, but, to me, the less it looks that way, the better.

Photoshop is an excellent tool, I would recommend all serious "picture takers", should use it. However we as artists and photographers should clearly draw the line and differentiate between pure photography and digitally enhanced photographs.   

This in a sense is an oxymoron, as "digitally enhanced photographs", come out of a digital camera anyway! Some would  argue not.

Anyway, I'll leave that over to all you shutterchance guru's to debate about.

Until the skee- dazzle, finishes Sinem's/Suby's wedding pics, I'm afraid it's no more posts from me. I should be back up fri/sat.

P.S. My cameras are locked up in a safe place, just incase Suby sends his boyz over! lol

You all have fun!

"Happy day part 3"

ALMOST DONE!

( REPLACES HAPPY DAY PART 2 ) Rarely do I replace my  posts, but looking at the previous one after having adequate sleep, I too have to agree with asiko, thanks mate :-) the blur has been reduced a tad bit.


Today's shot is for Sinem (Suby too)  You guys HAVE been so patient with SKee , thank you. I'm almost done!


I don't normally post square compositions, although I do many for clients, so this is something difference.

Although I kept the PP rather subtle, quite a lot has been done, but, to me, the less it looks that way, the better.

Photoshop is an excellent tool, I would recommend all serious "picture takers", should use it. However we as artists and photographers should clearly draw the line and differentiate between pure photography and digitally enhanced photographs.   

This in a sense is an oxymoron, as "digitally enhanced photographs", come out of a digital camera anyway! Some would  argue not.

Anyway, I'll leave that over to all you shutterchance guru's to debate about.

Until the skee- dazzle, finishes Sinem's/Suby's wedding pics, I'm afraid it's no more posts from me. I should be back up fri/sat.

P.S. My cameras are locked up in a safe place, just incase Suby sends his boyz over! lol

You all have fun!

comments (5)

  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
  • 29 Jun 2006, 08:41
Nicely done mate, me likes why, you blurred the ugly monster out and left the beautiful Sinem to shine through, very inspired, Now that look on her face is soo lovely, Me going to like our wedding album smile

Now thats what I like, having a wedding album that is DIFFERENT from the norm that one sees everytime one opens a wedding album, sort of reminds me of the typical family photograph (you know that one with the mum & dad and 2 kids in front of a blue background) that hangs in almost every home. I have stopped looking at them now, seen one seen em all. Time for a little bit of humour and fun to be added unto the walls of our home, think this is where we can create a niche for ourselves.

Anyway I digress, I totally agree with you that all serious "picture takers" or "prosumers" as I like to call em, should learn how to use Photoshop. Not cause they can use it ALL the time, but know when they can use to (yep that lovely word I love to always use) ENHANCE their images smile

Suby
  • sk
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 29 Jun 2006, 08:58
yeap yeap yeap much much better, now this one me likes very much
  • E Etomi
  • Nigeria
  • 29 Jun 2006, 12:15
Yup Suby, she does look lovely. Nice capture skee
Nicely done Skee. Though digitally enhanced photographs do not necessarily come out of a digital camera. Before sensors were good enough to take a decent image people were scanning their negatives, slides and prints. And even before that photographers were dodging, burning and filtering in the darkroom. Image enhancement has always been around.

To Suby why not amateur photographer? Amateur meaning someone who does something for the love of it. Pour L'amour.smile
Mr Skee: Thank you Matt for that insight, actually, what I meant was that all digital cameras produce digitally enhanced pictures, post processed or not.
  • micki
  • United States
  • 1 Jul 2006, 06:17
It's the "better half" of my most favortie blogging couple (no offense to Suby, because I do love the man!) Not only is this a beautiful work you've created, but in the short time I've "known" these two, I think this is a great representation of who they are as a couple. Suby standing behind Sinem, proudly smiling and willing to let her shine in all her glory!

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