This is a very cute and unique picture. I don't think i can say anything bad about this other than the fact that the stick figure face is a little squiggly. This is original and i don't think anyone else has come up with this idea. I love the expression on the persons face, the hair, and how with it being a stick figure makes it seem better than using a real body. Also, the seeds tumbling off of the umbrella and seeds at different angles makes it seem less organized like the seeds just came down naturally. Rated 9.
Vision: very creative again. Not sure what the message was exactly but, a cool idea none-the-less. 5 stars Originality: Very unique, definately on-of-a-kind and, from me personally, exactly the reason I think your art is so fantastic. You think outside the box for shots and it always pays off. Well done (^_^) Technique: what can I say, relatively simple shot I guess, straight on and all but, the positioning of the seeds so that they look as though they angle off of the umbrella is a simple touch and yet it adds so much to the end result. The drawing of the stick man itself is also simple but that, in no way, takes away from the picture. In fact, I think it helps to add to the uniqueness. 4 stars Impact: The end result is brilliant so it's a pretty easy 5 stars.
On the whole, the picture is creative and unique and very memorable. Looking forward to more in the future.
Could I use " it's raining seeds! hallelujah!" or "I've got your back..." for something commercial like design for t-shirt? thought this would be good. ^_^ love it. If not its okay too! I just didn't want to use it without your "ok" .
I love this, both idea and execution. I like that the background is not pure white, and that you've used real seeds. I also like how it looks like they're bouncing on the umbrella. It's really a great (and cute) conceptual photo.
This is one of the coolest pictures I have ever seen. And so cute, too! I love how on the left side you can see the seeds running off the umbrella, nice attention to detail. I adore how unique this is.
Slade366Featured By OwnerApr 5, 2012Hobbyist Filmographer
Why would you take a still photograph at 1/2000 of a second? ISO 1000 lowers the quality of the colors significantly. Set the ISO to 100 or as low as it can go and turn up the aperture and just set the shutter speed as slow as it has to go to still get enough light with the other settings set. It's not like the picture's going to move to make it blurry or anything.