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Amanah ku

Amanah ku by ipoenkgraphic

Hats off if you've lit that scene with flashes etc.

A fine pair

A fine pair by Richsr

god was it cold!

Hand That Rocked The Cradle

Hand That Rocked The Cradle by Nick_w

probably not the intended audience for this stuff Nick - but do quite like the lighting - how you've got the cradle lit extra to the surroundings etc. looks good.

I don't "get" all the subtexts and horror you are trying to imply... I just see a lass with a case in a room with some writing on the wall and a cradle...

Smile

Show Stopper

Show Stopper by Stumars

nice mono, scarborough? - though bit bottom heavy maybe?

A Guiding Light

A Guiding Light by pgoodwill

Wow - what a view to see.

just thinking that the big dark area at the bottom left could be cropped a little - maybe cropping up from the bottom - so you get more impact from the rays and less of that empty dark space

Still winter's day.

Still winter's day. by Mactogo

is it me, or does it need a slight rotation to the right to get that lake level?

lovely view though - wow - could sit there all day I bet!

everlastman

everlastman by Uppercut

remember not to take the pi$$ out of Uppercut Wink

Great composite, loads of attitude Smile

Danka

Danka by MyOwnWonderland

great model and feel

just not quite sure it's working for me as the model (who's in dark clothes etc.) is in front of a dark background (the shed) and then to the right you have the really bright sky. Just feel that were she positioned so the sky was behind her, she'd stand out a lot more - and balance the bright/dark mix. I just find my eye's more drawn tothe bright sky than to her in this composition.

warmth

warmth by amanda0102

not 100% sure about the pole on the left... just seems a little out of balance with that there

maybe try cropping off a bit of the right to balance it up - or perhaps a further crop with that removed and just the smaller sticks.

get 3 shots for the price of 1 there Smile

91,092

91,092 by ColleenA

no. 4 Wink

Witch Country

Witch Country by jeanie

Home!

used to play around that reservoir!

1960 Ford Starliner

1960 Ford Starliner by arhb

posteresque Smile

Lake Garda

Lake Garda by Paintersmate12

level the horizon, use the water as your guide

confirmation

confirmation by Uppercut

15......!

wow

great model for the future!

Buttercups, Yorkshire Dales

Buttercups, Yorkshire Dales by Ian G W

....tiz a lovely shot, and not a tree we've all seen 3000 times before on here Wink

Claire

Claire by Philo

was this on the town hall steps?

before Claire got changed by the look of things

it is a bit like one of those movie stills you see - and I probably was shouting something at them Smile

The main thing with this kinda shot is to hang on in there with the camera ready till something happens - like one of them cracking and laughing, or something on those lines. That's a lot easier to "orchestrate" when you're calling the shots - you can say something daft and get a reaction, so in this instance you'd have been waiting for me to say something.

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