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― Artistic Expression ShowcaseSeeing in 3s: Bolted

Non standard photographic editing; collages, manipulations, assemblages, applied textures, double exposures
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Seeing in 3s: Bolted

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Chuck Haacker. in his post, Bronze Newsboy, noted that he is beginning to see scenes and stories in 3s because that is the limit of photos we can post at one time. I saw this as a subtle suggestion for a thread. So, here is my contribution. Matt


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Post by LindaShorey »

I love this story, Matt. Very creative and fun. The tone is set strongly with #1 - the horse's alert ears and interest in what's beyond the stall. #3 would make a great single shot too, with those textures, lines and details. Inspiring series!
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Post by minniev »

I too find myself thinking in 3's, which may be a good thing.

I like your Bolted series, the world from the horse's viewpoint. But it also has compositional lines that help frame or guide the eye. And those overlapping geometric angles that always catch my attention in a picture.
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Wonderful story series! Well executed! :thumbup:
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I especially like #1 Matt...good job.

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LindaShorey wrote:I love this story, Matt. Very creative and fun. The tone is set strongly with #1 - the horse's alert ears and interest in what's beyond the stall. #3 would make a great single shot too, with those textures, lines and details. Inspiring series!

Thank you, Linda. The horses are gone now but new ones are on the way in the next year or so. An opportunity for other stories, I hope. Thanks for the comment on #3; ;I spent a lot of time composing it; the others I had to grab quickly. Best. Matt
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minniev wrote:I too find myself thinking in 3's, which may be a good thing.

I like your Bolted series, the world from the horse's viewpoint. But it also has compositional lines that help frame or guide the eye. And those overlapping geometric angles that always catch my attention in a picture.


Thanks Minnie. Old Aristotle had it right: a story has a beginning, middle and end, whether it"s comedy, tragedy or life. 3s seem built into our fabric Matt
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Charles Haacker wrote:Wonderful story series! Well executed! :thumbup:


You inspired the frame. You started it, sir. Matt
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Psjunkie wrote:I especially like #1 Matt...good job.


Thanks Frank. Matt
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Post by St3v3Murray »

Maybe we should start a series and see where it goes from there! I love this! S-
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