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14/05/2010 - 7:41 PM

The Shallows

The Shallowsyou have an eye for composition - I like the curve of fence leading through the image.

I know its an alien time of day to people of your age Wink but try some landscapes at first light - the low angle of the sun makes for magical light and "picks out" the shapes and contours of the land and really brings scenes to life
30/04/2010 - 9:55 PM

Blue Tit

Blue Tita lovely detailed shot of the subject which would stand out even more with a shallower depth of field (or choosing somewhere with more clear space behind the bird)
- I shoot on the edge of a deep gulley where our perches are above the tree line with hundreds of metres of clear space behind them
20/02/2010 - 9:25 PM

Snowdrops

SnowdropsI think I understand what you mean (I wanted the same effect with bluebells)
Try a slightly lower angle and use a longer focal length to compress the perspective and give the appearance of a denser carpet.
Hope this helps
02/03/2008 - 8:28 PM

Look Out

Look OutI like both images for different reasons
- why not combine both!
- use one image as a layer on the other and use a graduated layer mask to combine them - that way you could get the drama of the sky and the detail of the foreground