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18/02/2011 - 7:43 AM

Building Shot in Houston

Building Shot in HoustonI enjoy this. You probably wanted to have the space above it, if so, ignore the next bit! If it were mine, I'd have gone in much tighter to make the most of that glorious reflection. By concentrating on the bottom left hand quarter you'd have more detail in the reflection and it would have more impact. For me, the rest of the building doesn't have so much interest. Just my opinion though and you did ask! Wink
Barbara
12/02/2011 - 10:08 PM

Picnic table puddles

Picnic table puddlesLove this Helen!! The reflections are wonderful, such great shapes within them. Just wondering ..... it would be even stronger for me if you cropped out the fence altogether. More mysterious somehow. Just a thought, still a belter of a mono!
Barbara
24/08/2010 - 10:22 AM

Industrial Shot

Industrial ShotI really enjoy the tobacco tones here and the misty recession of the hills. Just debating with myself whether I'd have cropped the very bottom line of trees ...... not sure, guess it's down to personal taste! I'm not worried by the lines, maybe the smoke could be whitened just a tiny bit. But I really enjoy your image.
Barbara
16/02/2010 - 5:00 AM

second glances of mona

second   glances    of monaWonderful characters captured here! Personally I prefer the colour shot as the fringe has that dynamic fun atmosphere which I feel needs the colour. Having said that the grittier treatment of the mono has a feeling of a newspaper image which is quite satisfying.
I find the small childs face by the womans blue coat lapel a bit of a problem as it drags my eye out of the image. I appreciate however it's difficult in crowd shots!
Barbara
20/01/2010 - 5:36 PM

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****Tigers are my absolute favourite animal! Super shot of the Mum and 2 cubs, just wondering if a touch more contrast would lift the image? It's slightly 'milky', just a thought!
Barbara
28/10/2009 - 8:27 AM

small big girl

small big girlShe looks quite lonely standing there. Facing this way while everyone else faces the other. She looks cold too, bare arms where everyone else is wearing a coat or jacket.Powerful image....
Barbara
27/10/2009 - 6:36 PM

Fish tails, take 2.

Fish tails, take 2.This is a really interesting looking scupture. Thanks for showing the whole thing. I really enjoy the strong diagonal and those great shades of blue. You captured the metal well in this too. You've composed the image so that both top tails are cut off and I think this balances the shot. It would look a bit odd if it was just one! Well done, nice capture.
Barbara
11/10/2009 - 8:14 AM

Alberqerque

AlberqerqueWow, what an amazing sight! Must be viewed large. Great colours and spread of balloons. Think I'd clone out the two on either edge as they are rather distracting. Just my opinion though and I do enjoy the image.
Barbara
30/09/2009 - 9:07 AM

blues and yellows (em03)

blues and yellows (em03)I like the abstract nature of the textures but personally find it a bit too flat. Think I'd have tweaked levels a bit to get more depth to the textures of the rock. Just my opinion though and it's good to experiment!
Barbara
20/09/2009 - 4:58 PM

at the side of the road

at the side of the roadI really enjoy this as an abstract shot. Think if it were mine, I'd have cropped at the bottom of the blue, so losing the bottom wavy line. Think it makes a stronger image, but it's just my opinion!
Barbara
17/09/2009 - 7:57 AM

London Reflections 2

London Reflections 2Love the curves and tones in this shot. Minor thing, think I'd have lost the foliage! Still a good image.
Barbara
12/09/2009 - 8:12 PM

tempting sunset

tempting sunsetNice idea, shame the horizon is sloping though. Gorgeous sunset colours well reproduced and reflected in the water Good eye contact from your model.
Barbara
01/09/2009 - 6:44 PM

Rotation

RotationLove the abstract nature of this, great lines, shapes and colours. Did you try one with the stairs going through the diagonal? I find it can make a good abstract ...great! Just a thought!
Barbara
20/08/2009 - 8:07 AM

Up Side Down

Up Side DownI like the positioning and attitudes of the hands and feet and it's a good idea, but I get lost at the bodies!
I can only make out one head, whether you've put images together digitally or whether two people were posed I don't know but a bit more light /definition around the central part of the image would help the viewer.
Just my opinion and hope it sounds constructive which is how it is meant!
Barbara
15/08/2009 - 3:07 PM

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.Wonderful leading lines and curves, love that it's a mono shot.
Think I may have cropped at the bottom of the trees to concentrate on the steps and person. Would it matter to leave out the trees and bit of sky? Just a thought!
Barbara
12/08/2009 - 4:55 PM

ahhhhh

ahhhhhI like the idea here. I wonder if you could have filled the frame more and also had it coming into the frame from a corner, so it's on the diagonal.I find diagonals make very strong abstracts which is how I see this is. Great bold colours and lines.
Barbara
16/07/2009 - 9:54 PM

The Big Climb

The Big ClimbLovely idea well produced. I'm surprised that this hasn't had any clicks or comments from people.
Just a thought: I think I'd have cropped some of the left off to concentrate more on the child.
Barbara
12/07/2009 - 5:38 PM

Reach for the sky

Reach for the skyLovely bright bold colours. If it were might think I'd have cloned out the red petal right hand edge. Takes your eye out of the shot which is a shame.
Barbara
girl waiting after a performanceBeautiful candid image with great bold colour. Nice shot!
I may have darkened the highlight on her arm and top of her head just a little if it were mine. Just a thought!
Barbara
24/05/2009 - 11:34 PM

Ploughed Field

Ploughed FieldAbsolutely love this shot! You didn't take it with the lines going through the diagonal as well I suppose? That would have been interesting too.
Barbara