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What a lead in line you have here, the bottom of the frame is clear with no distraction so it leads you right into the image, your focus & exposure is spot on. This is a classic image & one you should be really proud of, I would certanly have this as a print & sell sell sell.
All the men seem to smoke in China even though it costs an arm & a leg to buy the stuff. Fantastic set of images here, expecially the one on the canal in Suzhou, what great reflections in the water, shame the sky was so bland. The men smoking is my favourite, the way you have captured the smoke rising is superb.
This is potentially a very good image. If to the bottom left is an arch looking through the rock then it would have been better with more of this in the picture. I would also have cropped the foilage on the RHS of the frame. Overall though, great effort & you have my vote.
I take it you like Macro shots then!!! In fact you have a very impressive display of shots in your portfolio, expecially the fly on the bin which I have never managed to capture as yet............Hate the things anyway. So keep up the good work, nice to see you are using the canon 100mm macro lens.
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Added Date: 24/12/2009 - 2:27 PM
I see your photograph at the start is in the entrance to the Terracotta Army, what a fantastic place this is. We did a tour of China this year ane I have posted similar shots in about June this year.
I have looked through your portfolio and it is really good, you have some fantstic shots in there,
Thanks for your comment, however, you never mentioned about the shot I took.
Added Date: 31/10/2009 - 9:34 AM
Just looked through your portfolio, simply outstanding, you capture the mood in all your shots I love it & added you into my favourites. Regards Peter.
Added Date: 17/04/2009 - 6:47 PM
I have spent quite a few hours looking at your portfolio........It is superb & I really love your flower shots, in fact most of them should be framed. I cannot comment on them all as I do not have enough time, but rest assured I will be back. Thanks for the comments & advice on my own & please keep watching to keep me on the straight & narrow. Just an an aside, I did mean to take the tree at f4, now you mention it I will try again at different f stops (maybe not with the same tree but I think the shape has to be interesting)& also try moving back a little as you suggest. I think I will wait until there are a few buds on the trees though. Regards Peter.