Phil Sutters

Phil Sutters

Posted on 06/20/2015


Photo taken on June 18, 2015


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UK Coastline and Beaches UK Coastline and Beaches



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England
UK
Sussex
Seaford
South Downs National Park
taken from a location reached by public transport


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Splash Point - Seaford - 18.6.2015

Splash Point - Seaford - 18.6.2015

Sami Serola, Judith Jannetta, * Boes René * have particularly liked this photo


6 comments - The latest ones
John Lawrence
John Lawrence
Excellant picture though Phil!
2 years ago.
Phil Sutters has replied to John Lawrence
Sometimes a photo that doesn't seem to play by the rules (of composition) has an appeal that is hard to explain. I am pleased you like it, John.
2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta
Judith Jannetta
Delightful assemblage of different elements, I really like this.

Thanks for your visit and comment, I also enjoy using the wide angle lens for trees, it works well to isolate a specific one in the landscape. It took me a long time to decide I actually needed this lens, but now I've got it I use it a great deal
2 years ago.
Sami Serola
Sami Serola
Ha ha ha! =D I like your personal, unique style to post process and frame the images.
2 years ago.
Phil Sutters has replied to Sami Serola
Thanks, Sami. There are two motivations behind the processing. I turn quite a few of my photos into greetings cards for charity fund-raising events, so they need to look eye-catching and attractive. The other reason is that there are so many excellent photos on the net that I try to offer something a bit different. I suppose another aspect is rescuing mediocre images and turning them into something presentable, with collages, frames or captions. I am glad you like my approach. Your own choice of subject and presentation is also very individual.
2 years ago.
Sami Serola has replied to Phil Sutters
Well, I actually see some similarity to Duane Michals, who somewhat introduced the idea of adding the story right on the picture, by writing the short stories onto his prints. However, you have also made the texts kind of "framing elements", what is new at least to me. Morover, I like also your other ideas, like those where you enlarge part of the image.
2 years ago.