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17/12/2013 - 8:29 AM

Poplar Hawk Moth

Poplar Hawk MothLuv the composition and thanks for your description, very helpful.
IMO, you need to tone down the background colour a little, I feel it is competing with your subject matter, I hope you feel this is constructive critique.
Well done,
Darryl. Smile
25/09/2013 - 6:44 PM

Still Life"for a change"

Still Life"for a change"Hi, Nathan, four very good variants, v1 for me, I don`t think the black and white versions work very well, you are immediately drawn to the burnt out flames of the lamp, which takes your eyes away from a very good composition. The coloured version you are also drawn to the flame of the lamp but it enhances the image tremendously. With regard to the softer focus effect, imo I think you should perhaps have gone for a more aged look, or combined soft focus into the processing technique. As always a very well thought out image.
Well done my friend.
Darryl. SmileSmileSmile
09/09/2013 - 4:18 PM

Grow up to the sky

Grow up to the skyWell done, Netta, a difficult exposure well handled. v2 for me. May I suggest a little burst of fill in flash to really bring the foreground to life.
nice one.
Darryl. x SmileSmileSmile
08/04/2013 - 7:21 PM

Loch Lomond

Loch LomondA wonderful composition, Graham, luv the overall detail especially the tree and shadows, nice work. A fabulous sky, but imo a little bit of cloning over the white areas of sky is required, cloning tool set to about 45% opacity so the wonderful detail in the sky is not lost, just the burnt out white areas are covered.Blush
A great image.
Well done.
Darryl. SmileSmileSmile
23/11/2012 - 4:28 PM

Firework Burst

Firework BurstNot a bad effort at all, Pam, much better than my first go, anyway i think this one is actually quite creative and has good composition. Next time try a smaller aperture and experiment with shutter speeds, checking your images as you go, however, you must use a tripod. Lots of info on fireworks on the net, well worth a bit of research.
Well done.
Darryl. xxx SmileSmileSmile