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I haven't read any of the other critiques. It makes a great thumbnail image. The colours and lines are very strong. My two comments would be 1) The steps and hand rails are leading the eye up to something, yet the top of the handrails are cropped off. I'd like to have seen just abit more of what's up there.
I think the motion blur is spot on and don't think it needs flipping.
I really like the colour version and viewed this one first. As soon as I saw it I thought that it would look amazing in mono. I think this could be even better without the vignette. I really want to see all the tones and contasts into the corners. The vignette comes in quite along way into the image from the corners which darkens the overall image (although this might just be my iPad screen).
Cheers. I don't normally go on about equipment! I only mentioned it as I've read in several forums over the last couple of days people saying they need an expensive full frame camera I order to get decent images. This image could only have been shot with the 'cheaper' camera - the guy would have heard / seen me after one shot on a Big DSLR. And this definitely wasn't the first frame. Micro 4/3's has certainly opened up new opportunities...
cheers, i've never seen anything quite like it.
Cheers, he loves to sit on top of the sofa and look out of the window. Once he caught the attention of some people walking on the street two floors down and put on a bit of a show.
Thanks for the award, much appreciated.