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Demur

Demur by jovanovic

I see what's happening here with this series...

If you put them together you can start to build your own person from all the body parts Wink


This is so nicely captured. Lighting is lovely and captures the shape and texture so well.

Conversations as summer continues

Conversations as summer continues by jovanovic

You have a keen eye for detail : )

Just a Fly

Just a Fly by AndS

Good detail and like the colours refracted in the wings

Liverpool Giants 2

Liverpool Giants 2 by ArtyArt

Great set of images. My favourite being V17 with her relaxing under the parasol and her human attendant sorting her music on the radio!

You did well to get such variety. I went down on Friday evening and it was so packed you could hardly move.

Paul

Wolf

Wolf by AndS

Are you sure she's not licking her lips and thinking "why's my dinner taking photographs of me?"

Lloyds Building Reflection

Lloyds Building Reflection by jumbozine

Have you tried converting this to black and white? Should make for a stunning mono with the image reduced to shape, lines and tone.

Captivating image nonetheless.

Ragged Wings

Ragged Wings by AndS

Super detail.

Love

Love by Rousseau

It's good to stick with and produce images that appeal to you first and foremost. This is where you'll get the most enjoyment from your photography.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder however and all art is subjective. For me the lady in the background in bright orange doesn't add anything to the image. Only detracts.

I would not of been sure if it was a person, had you not described this. Had they been not as soft perhaps this may have told or created a story with the image - the tilted heart and the slightly out of focus woman suggesting lost love perhaps? As it is the blur of bright colour steals the eye.

Reducing this to mono helps and becomes more about shape and tone - it makes a different picture however and maybe not convey what you intended.

Regards
Paul

Yellow

Yellow by Shemerc99

Hi Sheila

As it stands this is quite a pleasing and attractive image. Lovely colour depth and plenty of detail in the yellow petals.

For me I would crop this a little tighter. Coming in on the right side edge to help with the balance. I'll upload a mod to demonstrate.

Otherwise my only comment would be around point of focus and depth of field. What is it you want to show? I would of liked to see all the stamens sharp as the focal point and would suggest focusing on the lead stamen (one closest to camera) and selecting an aperture that would retain sufficient depth of field to keep all of them sharp. I am less concerned that the petals remain sharp front to back and quite like the softness as you move to of the central area.

The out of focus stamen in the foreground becomes a little distracting.

Nonetheless an appealing image.

Regards
Paul

Vintage PM?

Vintage PM? by AndS

Fun shot and is that a new 19mm Sigma lens I note? Grin

Trench View

Trench View by AndS

Love the iconic poppies.

Thomas Voeckler

Thomas Voeckler by windymills

Not a fan of the colour pop but a good effort and worth a play with your new software.

Cracking shot of Voeckler. Out the saddle and blowing hard as he pushes on. One of my favourite riders. Great to see.

Regards
Paul

It's been a hard day.

It's been a hard day. by Gavin_Duxbury

That will be Niki Terpstra then Grin. A Dutch rider with Omega Pharma Quickstep the team that Cavendish cycles for.

Nicely caught.

Whoopsie!

Whoopsie! by Crazycurtis28

Great timing... On your part not your bike buddy Grin

Love the shot Andy.

Household fly

Household fly by JawDborn

Super detail Jack. Did you immobilise him to get so close?

Great shot.

Leading the chase

Leading the chase by Richsr

Great shots Richard - V2 my favourite showing that strung out line.

Regards
Paul

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