Steven Wharram, LRPS  


One Boy, One Tree by Steven Wharram, LRPS

June 2021 - One Boy, One Tree

About the Image(s)

This was taken today and must be my fastest turnaround from taking to sending to this group. Technically, there are two things but only one of each.

I was on a walkabout and visited a monument on a hill with great views over the surrounding countryside. As I was leaving, I looked back up the hill and saw this family (dad and a couple of boys) walking across the hill.


What I did:
As usual, I've kept any manipulation to a minimum
A slight crop
Resized for this Group


6 comments posted




Timothy Morton   Timothy Morton
Very cleaver find, and well done and clouds add to make this image come alive for which I keep going back to after uploading many days ago.   Posted: 06/06/2021 05:46:19



Barbara Dunn   Barbara Dunn
Beautiful capture and format, with the tree and figure standing out from all of the clouds in the background. Well seen!   Posted: 06/15/2021 10:58:53
Judith Ponti-Sgargi   Judith Ponti-Sgargi
Steve

You have used various concepts from past rounds: minimalism, clouds and now two ones. Those clouds are eyegrappers but the two dark shapes of the boy and the tree grab my attention.

This month, I have been searching for landscape images to photograph and experiment with monochrome on so tried monochrome on your image. For the monochrome version, I increased the contrast using a gradient map PS adjustment layer and the PS BW adjustment area. I find the monochrome increases the feeling of isolation. From you image, I have a better understanding of what type of landscape images work better in monochrome.

Both color and monochrome versions work well.   Posted: 06/15/2021 16:13:33
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Wendy Stanford   Wendy Stanford
Hi Steven, Lovely minimalistic image. wonderful cloud formation but it is the fence line that starts in the bottom left that takes you to the person then the tree, well spotted.   Posted: 06/19/2021 07:30:12



Paul Swepston   Paul Swepston
I call that a cool study of vertical and horizontal objects. I like it.   Posted: 06/19/2021 15:20:46



Fat Chen   Fat Chen
I like the horizon of lines composition. Although the object is small, it can catch the attention of viewers.   Posted: 06/20/2021 00:00:12



 

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