4 thoughts on “rwhalley_xt2_2016_10_30_dsf1592-edit

  1. I like this image, and I entirely agree with you than a photo is a subjective interpretation of the subject, rather than a reproduction. Suffice it to say that the most classical technique is bw film photography, which is obviously very far removed for a colorful world! I greatly appreciate your way of processing your images, and am thankful for your efforts to share. I shot raw+jpeg but most often am satisfied with the jpegs (this saves a lot of time), and rarely make use of the raws. Thanks, as always, Andrea

  2. Hi Robin,

    personnaly I don’t agree with people saying your images are over-processed. I think this is your interpretation of what you see and that is simply fine. I don’t think Michelangelo, da Vinci, Picasso, Monet or any other artist created their masterpiece by simply painting from life, they interpreted their visoin of what they saw. I don’t know why this should be fine with painting, scultpture or any other fine art but could not apply to photography!

    Have a good day and let us enjoy your work the way you do!


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