Jason Kravitz  

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December 2019 - Untitled

December 2019 - Jason Kravitz


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"Buffalo and Beetle" A picture that uses a juxtaposition. The crop was very good and very necessary. The original had too many distractions. The crop isolates the subject and is very effective.
  Posted: 12/01/2019 11:31:41
Jason Kravitz   Jason Kravitz
Jason KravitzThanks Alan.

I was thinking the same thing about the juxtaposition of these two elements and how it would have made a good example for the article !   Posted: 12/03/2019 15:05:43

Hi Jason. A nice picture. And the post-process is well done too. I like the way how the color was handled in the post.

Only 2 thoughts...
1) The crop is good. But if you move a bit further to cut the sky out, it will be a bit more mystery. I did a try on that.
2) (I am not taking this point myself, but since it pops up in my mind, I just mention it) If you can wait a bit, or take a couple of shots, the Buffalo can be seen more. But since I like mystery, what you capture is perfect to me.

Cheers...   Posted: 12/01/2019 21:39:09
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Jason Kravitz   Jason Kravitz
Thanks Richard. I like your crop and was thinking of something similar. It does draw the eye right to the two objects without any distraction like the sky...

I had to take this one quickly. Actually my friend's son was using my camera and I said "quick quick, give me the camera"
just as I grabbed it to click before the car moved out of the frame :)   Posted: 12/03/2019 15:09:01

Sunil Mehta   Sunil Mehta
Very good post processing. like it.   Posted: 12/01/2019 21:47:27

Jason Kravitz   Jason Kravitz
thanks Sunil   Posted: 12/03/2019 15:09:08

Brenda Fishbaugh   Brenda Fishbaugh
Richard's crop really brings our attention to your subjects.
Are you able to lighten the buffalo face a tad?

Very one-of-a-kind!

Also, thanks for your juxtaposition article, I read it after the month ended. Really wonderful with all the photos you included to make each point.   Posted: 12/06/2019 20:57:33
Jason Kravitz   Jason Kravitz
Thanks Brenda and glad you like the article. Here's more for ya with some good inspiring images on using shadows in your photography : https://www.aminus3.com/threads/photographing-shadows/

I'll see if I can get any more detail in the face.   Posted: 12/07/2019 15:16:04

Terry Walters   Terry Walters
From your description this was a lucky but well taken image, and I guess there are no more to play with, pity. If you have time what about making more of a story with this?   Posted: 12/07/2019 13:14:38
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Jason Kravitz   Jason Kravitz
Fun idea Terry and works pretty well - thanks for the creative suggestion !   Posted: 12/07/2019 15:14:48
Isaac Vaisman M.D.   Isaac Vaisman M.D.
(Groups 4 & 58 & 72)
The "magic" of photoshop !!!   Posted: 12/08/2019 09:58:40
This is creative. I like it!   Posted: 12/09/2019 09:00:47

Ata Kemal Sahin   Ata Kemal Sahin
(Group 74)
I totally agree with Richard and Brenda. Besides, I dreamed the result if you could have captured from the peak side. VW vs Buffalo is really an impressive competition.   Posted: 12/18/2019 08:51:39
Jason Kravitz   Jason Kravitz
Hi Ata thanks for dropping by and for your comment! That would have been a great perspective from the peak side.   Posted: 12/18/2019 15:50:29