Art’s Comments on June Photo Submissions

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The June photos were all about atmospheric conditions and showed a marked increase in quality of work, making it harder to decide which were my favorites. Nearly all the images were unique and engaging and made me feel like I was standing next to the photographer. The images all demonstrated fresh, new approaches with high technical quality. Three photos in particular inspired me this month:

(To see all photos submitted in June 2009 on Flickr, click here.)

Forest Rain

Forest Rain by Shane Rucker

Photographing rain is no easy task, but this photographer nailed it! The image is artistic and “feels” wet.

Sunbeams

Sunbeams by Stuart May

The rising mist captures the quiet beauty and timelessness of the forest.

Light Becomes Art at Balance Rock

Light Becomes Art at Balance Rock by Stephen Bennett

Whatever the photographer did here (car headlights?), it worked. This image captures the ethereal essence of the subject and conveys a rooted, yet other-worldly feeling.

One Response to “Art’s Comments on June Photo Submissions”

  1. Art Wolfe says:

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