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I'm not really a bad bear.......


Posted by Carol Clarke on Mon Sep 25, 2017 12:04 pm

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I'm not really a bad bear.........please make it stop!!!!!!!

Doesn't that face say it all!!

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by Ron Day on Mon Sep 25, 2017 12:29 pm
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Indeed, the torment on the bear's face says it all. I would love to know the story of how the bear ended up perched on this log in the water. Love the reflection and how you capitalized on it with the pano vertical format. Also, the high-key treatment works beautifully and adds dramatic contrast to the scene. Such an original and creative image, Carol. 
 

by Debapratim Saha on Mon Sep 25, 2017 1:22 pm
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Very expressive subject and like the way you balance both high and low key factors here,like the composition with rippled reflection too....amazing work to see!!
 

by Carol Clarke on Mon Sep 25, 2017 5:55 pm
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Ron Day wrote:
Indeed, the torment on the bear's face says it all. I would love to know the story of how the bear ended up perched on this log in the water. Love the reflection and how you capitalized on it with the pano vertical format. Also, the high-key treatment works beautifully and adds dramatic contrast to the scene. Such an original and creative image, Carol. 


Yes, the bear was perched high on its log but there was no water, I made that up by adding the flood and reflection to the original frame.  It was the bear's anguished expression that made me want to add some other element to the scene.  He was actually watching a low flying pigeon which had taken off nearby and startled him.  :D
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by Ron Day on Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:13 pm
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Carol Clarke wrote:
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Indeed, the torment on the bear's face says it all. I would love to know the story of how the bear ended up perched on this log in the water. Love the reflection and how you capitalized on it with the pano vertical format. Also, the high-key treatment works beautifully and adds dramatic contrast to the scene. Such an original and creative image, Carol. 


Yes, the bear was perched high on its log but there was no water, I made that up by adding the flood and reflection to the original frame.  It was the bear's anguished expression that made me want to add some other element to the scene.  He was actually watching a low flying pigeon which had taken off nearby and startled him.  :D

Thank you, Carol. You did a great job of creating this image. It is interesting to know how it was done. :D
 

by Cynthia Crawford on Tue Sep 26, 2017 7:21 am
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This cracks me up, Carol!! Sort of like getting put in the corner for bad behavior. What a pathetic look (or so it seems). Very clever to put him out in the water! As usual, your imaginative creation is just delightful. :) :) :)



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by SantaFeJoe on Tue Sep 26, 2017 1:46 pm
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The look on this Sun bear/Honey bear's face is trying to tell a story. He does have the look of guilt. Nice job with the water and reflection.

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by andre paul on Tue Sep 26, 2017 3:59 pm
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nice image Carol!
there is a lot of drama goingon here   :shock:
your work on the water and ripples is working fine !
i think your skills with photoshop ( or software involved ) are definately  much better then mine  :lol:
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