Thursday, April 9, 2009

On Angels Wings.

I really didn't like putting this picture in B&W.  It looked so good in color.  But I love B&W.  It calms everything down! So... what do you think of my angel wings?
(CC)
Sony Alpha 200 (ISO 800, 50.0mm, f5.6, 1/3200sec)
PS- Border, Signature, Some shadow burn.

11 comments:

Jackie said...

Very cool angel wings!! I was just taking pics on the beach and trying to find "the one"....very nice

Alan J said...

I think it looks really cool! My only CC is the out-of-focus rock in the foreground is a bit distracting and i would've liked more depth of field on the "wings." The very tips are slightly out of focus. But like i said, very nice pic, and i think the black and white is fitting. i like it.

Rachel H. said...

Very cool! I agree with Alan as to the rock, but what an incredible take! VERY creative!

Brittney said...

I like it! I love how the "angel wings" are such a pure white against the darker rocks in the background and foreground. I actually kind of like the blurred rock in the front, it frames the subject of the picture, almost circles it about or something.

Katy said...

I LOVE when i find these... ok, honestly i only have found one... ok, REALLY honestly, I took credit for the one my husband found... but all this is beyond the point! LOVE this picture! the white border also makes it looks mega professional!

Erin Wageman said...

thanks Alan for the comment!! It is helpful for other ideas. I actually did take pictures with the whole thing in focus, and moved the rock, but this is the one that I found most interesting. Its great to see everyones different tastes!

{Alynn} said...

Love it! (Would love to see the color version too!) Very nice job!

...I miss living by the beach...

Felicia H. said...

They do look like angel wings I love it!

Charles & Amanda said...

I love seashells, what great contrast between the black and white of the "angel wings".

Julie N. said...

I love this picture! Great idea!

Breezi said...

What a cool shot! I love the texture in the 'wings', and the feelings that this picture creates.
good job. :)