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Beladd's Gallery Comments
Nice perspective and HDR effect on this one Jody. I can visualise what you were after but lens distort has caused you a problem with towers looking like the are falling inwards Try this in photo shop to correct.
Nice capture Saeid of this interesting looking character. It makes me wonder what his life tale is. Nice use of Mono and rear light catching the brilliance of his white long hair. I would love to see a portrait crop of this without the invasion of bicycle in setting and a stronger blur /clone out of wire rail. Keep up the good work
Hi Heather, You have an eye-catching gallery as with this shot. My only criticism is that most of your shots have the horizon line smack bang in the middle, which lessens the impact on the majority of landscape shots. Some rules work, some rules work when broken. Experiment with both
Heather, Nice picture, you have probably cropped the FG for whatever reason. I would like to see the horizon line not as central with a bit more FG length & detail and a hint on the right of that truck supporting that bush which would frame the photo better. ,,,,,,,,,,rgds paddy
Thanks all, The X/X lines are falling trees. This ("Glendine" or translated to English is "deep glen") reminds of boiling milk in a pot ready to spill over. Landslides occur in this glen after heavy rain .It was Scary down in the depths of it, with fresh slides all around and one blocking the normal route.
A good B&W Paul, vast contrast in the sky with light and shade on the hills. Try a crop on the water foreground, for me it is too unceremonious and invasive and distracts from the great cloud configuration and hillscape.Other wise very eye catching and worth a vote and comment
Great shot John, it portrays the cold and filth of back streets that can be found everywhere. Suburban dumping grounds. I like the atmosphere of this shot but just one comment that applies to all Suburban landscape, Your horizon line even though it’s a short depth of field needs to be straighten. Use the top of the gate as a guideline to correct it.
Thank you all for your votes and comments. Fedupness and the need to get out brought me to this spot even though the day was dull and over-cast but the river was high and the weir was singing with all the heavy rain we have had in the last few days. I learnt a lesson today, don’t be just a sun shine photographer, get out when you feel the need to.