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Glad my vote brought you up to 30. Fantastic work here. Was this scene constructed from multiple shots or did it actually manifest itself in front of you "as is"? To what extent is this a photo in the traditional sense, or a digital construction? I'm curious, as it's really well-made and regardless of how this was arrived to, it's a superb piece of work. Well done!
Carl, this is a great place for long-exposures. Nice one here.
A simple landscape that has interesting shapes and textures. Well done.
A cute fellow and a good shot, despite the limitation you've raised. In situations like these it's often hard to get a clear view unless you either move around or somehow attract the vole to move somewhere a bit more free from foliage. Both have their implications of course. Sometimes waiting and waiting yields to nothing anyway, plus not everyone possesses the ultimate virtue of patience!! On the other hand, trying to make it move towards a more promising position might actually make things worse and make it flee!
You get my UA for this, great shot!!
Hi there. I visited the Keukenhof a few weeks ago whilst on holiday in Amsterdam. It is indeed a wonderful place and a photographer's paradise. I haven't yet edited the images I took, but I will sure be uploading images of my own later on in the coming weeks. I fully recall this area, where there were several exhibits similar to this one. Well worth taking pictures of.
Hi there, I see you're still relatively new to ePZ and your uploads have so far been only in the Critique Gallery. When you upload to the CG, it implies you want tips to improve your work, and we (the Critique Team) are glad to provide such tips. There are however two preliminary issues that you have to keep in mind to get the most out of this gallery.
I agree with dudler - would have pointed out the top left corner myself as well if it wasn't pointed out earlier. This is a minor quibble though in an otherwise very good image. Critique doesn't always have to be about finding what's wrong and in this case it's a pleasure to comment on what works.
Willie anticipated me, the +1 compensation would indeed have made this worse. I think my tendency would have been to actually go for an underexposure compensation here, to keep the image a bit darker and achieve better saturation and realism in the colours. I think it would have been more representative of how you were seeing the scene with your eyes as well. For instance, there are areas in the image that are completely blown out, like the edge of the branch and the girl's shoes and parts of her clothes.
Hi there. What kind of critique are you after for this image? Did you encounter any difficulties in taking this, or do you wish help with particular aspects of this image? It is helpful if, in the description, you include a bit more information in terms of what kind of criticism you're after, so that it helps the Critique Team and other members to offer insights that address your concerns or queries.
Modification Uploaded, for your consideration. I do agree with Paul here - don't be harsh on your work, rather try to find potential in it and see what you can do to bring out something better out of shots that you at first deem not good enough. You can be surprised at times!
Great set. I like all of these images, but I feel V3 is the strongest one of all. I think a B/W version here would work great, I tried it myself and after 10 mins of tweaking with dodge/burn I think the end-result is great. Would love to upload it as a mod if you don't mind. Thanks!
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Added Date: 28/02/2014 - 5:59 PM
Some great shots in your portfolio, well done.
Added Date: 04/12/2013 - 8:57 PM
Looking forward to see you upload stuff here mate!
Added Date: 22/06/2013 - 7:57 AM
Have to agree with Rende - you have your own style that blurs the line between abstract painting and photography. We're more used to see work like this being done by the abstract painter I guess, realising the same stuff with photography is interesting and creative. Well done. I'm connecting to your profile!
Added Date: 11/04/2013 - 11:10 PM
This is an interesting and varied portfolio, and in addition to that you offer very valuable critique. I added you to my connections so as to follow you a bit more closely, so to speak!
Keep it up!
Added Date: 09/04/2013 - 6:00 AM
That's nice to hear Neil. Glad you like our little island!
Added Date: 06/04/2013 - 12:52 PM
An interesting portfolio, and a consistent style. Well done, added to connections!
Added Date: 01/04/2013 - 9:47 PM
Just seeing the thumbnails takes my breath away. Some superb work here, well done. Will take my time and go through your porfolio, it will surely be a good way to spend my time!
Added Date: 30/01/2013 - 5:39 PM
We seem to share two common interests - sunrise/sunset shots against an interesting background and insects. Very nice looking portfolio right from the thumbnail view. Expect some votes now as I'll be going through it and clicking away. I'm sure I'll be delighted, some interesting shots for sure!
Added Date: 29/01/2013 - 9:18 PM
A very interesting portfolio here. Wonderful work, great use of leading lines in many of your pictures, and your portrait shots are really evocative. Just wonderful, well done!
Added Date: 12/01/2013 - 12:28 PM
You've got some interesting shots in your portfolio.
Added Date: 09/01/2013 - 10:13 AM
Some cracking shots here, well done on this portfolio.
Added Date: 13/12/2012 - 9:06 AM
@Dusfim, I just saw your message here. I will probably be joining the society at a later stage in fact. I think it's a step in the right direction! Thank you for your comments!
Added Date: 25/10/2012 - 11:21 AM
No, I only started photography seriously around 3 months ago. Bought my first DSLR (Canon 600D) and started applying lessons learnt from my Photography Course under the tutorship of Christopher Azzopardi (he's also a fellow EPZer, introduced me to this community in fact).
Thanks for your comment, appreciated. Are you a member?