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21/10/2009 - 10:25 PM

Vertical Shadows

Vertical Shadowsnice work!

Shame about the shadow cast on the pillar, though it does help stop the vertical line, cutting through her elbow.
17/09/2009 - 7:08 PM

Boing!

Boing!Love the colours Pete. Id like to have seen a lower angle. Would have really lengthened her legs, and given a feeling of height in the jump.

I have a snap of you shooting this, too. Smile
20/07/2009 - 1:24 PM

Helpful friend

Helpful friendIf you can have another go, try using just one or the other. so you dont even out the light so much, Shadows are as much a part of a picture as the light. Perhaps use one light behind him, to put a nice edge of light round his hat.
30/03/2009 - 3:32 AM

Burren View

Burren ViewThats pure crap. just crap.jeeeezzus. thats crap
28/12/2008 - 12:22 AM

The Fuzz

The Fuzzits an unusual scene, but needs to say more than it does. its just a picture of some police..

Id have loved to have seen some of the tension, and perhaps had HMV more prominent in the shot.

maybe even dropping to a low angle, and getting in closer, would have given the police a more dominating and impressive appearance.

you maybe have those shots? but the edit is a much of the shoot as the pics themselves. if you have to choose just one shot to tell the story.......
19/06/2008 - 12:06 AM

Watch The Birdie

Watch The Birdie
Quote: I know this is more of a "family moment" Paul, but generally you're gonna need in excess of 1/500th to render the bird anything like sharp, even when it has it's brakes on to land like this.

like, duh, no s**t??? Why the 'eck does the bird need to be sharp??

If id shot my kids doing this, id have let it blur on purpose. the obvious movement adds sooo much to the scene, and really helps tell the story. Great pic Paul.