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Applying some of the techniques from “Stasis” and “Nascence” to a more traditional landscape scene.

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13 reviews for Bayou

  1. Susan [nonmonthly]

    I like the way you have used the light

  2. Debbie Burkett [liferplus]

    Nicely done, Ryan! It is compelling — and serene.

  3. Afya [lifer]

    Oooh ooh ooh – I love this! Do those orbs glow in the dark? How deep is the water? Is there anything else living down there….?

  4. Ozaawaagosh [basicmember]

    Simply beautiful, amazing lighting, shadows and colours, I love this one. Great Render, so mysterious and inviting at the same time.

  5. Rodewaryer [basicmember]

    I have to wonder if adding something, a random element, something subtle…an image in a corner, in the distance, in mist or something. Other images you have done have given me those thoughts as well, like having a variant (instead of just night or a different season) with this little creative addition.

  6. Kelton [nonmonthly]

    I like where you are headed with this. Maybe some mist on top of the water… a night version with fireflies (as previously suggested) and certainly multi screen!

  7. Ellen Owens [lifer]

    This is an unusual picture. I like it very much. When it first came up on the screen, the sunlight seemed overly bright, but after a minute or two, the light settled down. Great pic, Ryan!

  8. Littlemom [liferplus]

    Great job Ryan!!! Love it!!!

  9. Kristen [liferplus]

    Ugh, I just love the South and Bayou country and this makes me happy. I formally request a night version with some lovely fireflies.

  10. Dan [liferplus]

    The eerily still water captures the Bayou, but I have to echo the others – the beads don’t seem to belong. Their translucence and scale seem off. Front and center it looks a little like an Escher drawing where the beads are half obstructed by the tree, but look like they should be closer to the camera than the tree.

  11. Ryan

    Yes, those were the experimental bits.

  12. Xetal [liferplus]

    The dangly bits just don’t look right, even though they provide a contrast to the less colorful scene

  13. Drew [nonmonthly]

    Love it, only criticism is the hanging vines/bulbs, they don’t look natural to me, at first I though they were streamers from a Mardi Gras party (seriously). Possible to remove the red bulbs?

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