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14/03/2012 - 1:36 PM

Bled Lake

Bled LakeI agree with Dave, if you are including reflections there is no way you can use the 1/3 2/3 rule. But you have used it in your positioning of the castle, well done. If you use PS I might think about putting in a gradient filter over the top of the sky, that darkens the top slightly and stops the eye from disappearing out of the top of the picture. Apart from that, a lovely photo.
Lynne
28/06/2009 - 11:01 AM

Up Close

Up CloseCrit Buddie (this is very new to me!)

This is a lovely image, and there's not a lot you can say crit wise. The colours are lovely, you've almost centred it, presumably to draw total attention to it and away from the rest of the flower. I've tried a mod to place it a little more off-centre, but I'm not sure it works either, you can tell me what you think. It's the light area at the top that drags my eye away from the flower centre.

Lynne
28/06/2009 - 10:35 AM

Needle & Thread

Needle & ThreadI think you have an excellent photo here. I think it's beautifully sharp, and I love the detail in different areas, the texture of the thread, of the reel and the way the light catches it.
I saw the fluff on the background but to be honest thought it was on my screen and ignored it.
What I find mildly disturbing is the totally mono - tone of the background, it means the reel and thread appear to be suspended rather than sitting on a surface, and that goes against my practical mind. I wonder if it would be better if you could see a range of tones in the background, or at least that the needle and reel are sitting on a solid surface.

Lynne