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Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
1/16/2006 5:02:31 AM

I will need your own email address as I don't appear to be able to send the images to this one. Regards - Mike Busselle
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
1/3/2006 6:49:46 AM

Ill be able to do that in a week or so Kakaman but it would help to have some indication of the images you have in mind, how many and what size files. Best regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
1/3/2006 5:00:13 AM

You are welcome to use any of my images on your web site.
Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
12/27/2005 2:26:01 AM

Thank you for your message Irenka. The image began as a blurred abstract of flowers, I used the Liquefy tool in Photoshop to create swirls of colour before cropping the image, duplicating and reversing it to make a mirror image. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/22/2005 11:41:05 AM

I have a liking for beachcombing and have a collection of objects with with I sometimes make small sculptures. I needed a still life shot for a book I was illustrating and as an attempt to avoid the usual cliches I decided to set this up on the beach, in a way which was inspired by Andy Goldsworthy. Regards - MikeB
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/3/2005 10:50:07 AM

Thanks for your comment Larry. I used the layers facility in Photoshop to size and position four roughly cropped images. I then used the masking tool to paint away the areas of each image which I did not want and adjusted the see-through quality of each image by using layer modes and the opacity control.

Best regards - MikeB
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/19/2005 10:14:04 AM

Thanks for your comment Christophe. Regarding Velvia, it was usually my choice when shooting landscapes and architecture on film because I liked the extra colour saturation it gave my colour transparencies. But, in most cases, a colour transparency is really only a stage in the image making process, the end result will usually be either a colour print, a reproduction in a book or magazine or a web image on a monitor and these are all likely to be different in some degree to the original transparency. I now shoot almost exclusively with a digital camera and the ability to control the captured image makes it possible to achieve the quality of Velvia at will. Ultimately, the final quality of an image depends on the lighting and the way it is controlled in Photoshop and how well it is repoduced. I've attached an image which shows how a captured digital image has been varied using Photoshop controls to give a Velvia-like quality. Best regards - MikeB
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/16/2005 8:51:44 AM

Thank you for your kind comments Marcia, Master Photography was my first book published nearly thirty years ago so it's practically an antique by now. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/11/2005 12:47:38 PM

It's a question of personal preference really and I felt the colours in the shop window were so dominant that it was best to create some balance by including a frame of plain blue around them. In some ways I think it heightens the impact of the coloured wools. MikeB
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/11/2005 10:56:01 AM

I really like this. MikeB
        Photo By: hermin abramovitch  (K:1915)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/11/2005 9:02:10 AM

It was in Morocco Antonio, I've made a mirror image of it. Here's the original. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/10/2005 7:17:18 AM

Very nice Mohamed, we obviously share an interest in peeling paint. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Mohamed Banna  (K:34237)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/3/2005 8:30:21 AM

A very atmospheric image and an exellent portfolio.
        Photo By: Radek Boczek  (K:223)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
3/25/2005 7:40:35 PM

Thank you for your kind comments Roland, they're much appreciated. I like your portfolio very much, you have some interesting and eye catching images. I especially like Lines and Shadows, Relics and Autumn.Keep up the good work. Best regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
1/10/2005 1:05:19 PM

And to think I didn't believe in him Manu, I do hope you enjoy it. Best regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
1/2/2005 10:12:33 AM

Thank you Jan and I wish you the same. Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/18/2004 11:37:40 AM

A very eye-catching image, I like it a lot along with many others in your portfolio. Regards - MikeB
        Photo By: Robert Jaworowski  (K:533)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/18/2004 11:34:18 AM

Thanks for your kind comment Robert, it's very nice to know when my books have been enjoyed. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/15/2004 10:15:51 AM

Thank you for your kind comments Marytheresemarie, they're much appreciated. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/14/2004 12:26:26 PM

Thank you for your kind comments Diego. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/14/2004 11:58:22 AM

The clouds were real Paul but photographed on a different occasion. I made them a little more dramatic by increasing the contrast. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/8/2004 4:08:10 PM

It was a close up of a section of rusted machinery Adrian and it reminded me of a face. To make it more so I cropped it and made a mirror image adding a pair of eyes copied from a photo of my cat, Tiffy. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
11/8/2004 12:19:05 PM

It would have been around one second Bjorn. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/31/2004 9:48:43 AM

Thanks for your encouragement Jan, it's very nice to know when someone has enjoyed what you do. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
10/27/2004 11:21:10 AM

Yes Jaap it was shot just after sunset when the sky was at its reddist using a long exposure to blur the movement of the water.
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
9/20/2004 8:42:30 AM

A very nice image, well observed and perfectly framed.
        Photo By: ayhan ayvaz  (K:106)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
9/13/2004 8:01:36 AM

Peniscola is a village on the eastern coast of Spain to the south of Tarragona. It was used as a location for the movie, El Cid. - MikeB
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
8/5/2004 9:25:32 AM

I use a Minolta Scan Mutli Pro - I've found it to be excellent. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
7/28/2004 4:11:54 PM

The sky really was this dark and grey Elizabeth and there was only weak sunlight, as the lack of deep shadows indicates. It's just that this type of lighting does make colours like red look so much more saturated. It wasn't long before I got a soaking.
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)

Critique By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)  
7/20/2004 9:21:11 PM

No Jim this is a pretty accurate representation of the transparency. Regards - Mike
        Photo By: Michael Busselle  (K:221)


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