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It's commendable that you've used ISO 100 for maximum quality, but you could use ISO 400 with no problem and give yourself more freedom with aperture.
There is just a very slight tilt on the horizon, and this is seen clearly when scrolling down the page and the horizon lines up at the edge of the screen. That's easily corrected in software.
Well done for using the worktop to create a reflection.
Good eye contact between the girl and the horse. A well timed moment and one I'm sure you'll treasure.
One of those occasions where you were fortunate that despite the slow speed you managed a sharp capture. Which is just as well, as it's a decent image.
That's how they shot the old Westerns. In full sun but underexpose several stops with a blue filter.
I agree about trimming a bit off the bottom, and removing the shadow on the bottom right as both are distractions from what is essentially a simple composition concentrating on the arrangement and the portrait.
You've shot this image at a good time of day. The light glistens nicely off those rocks.
I guess this is a scene which means a lot to you as you were there.
Yes the guy does have the look of an alien. A remote control dog too!
A well timed and sharp capture, just what's required for the majority of sports shots (i.e. not the creative stuff, which does have its place).
Well it does communicate the speed of life in a big city, and culd be used to illustrate that in an articel (print or online).
Something different, which is good to see.
As there is no horizon visible, look at the ripples on the water - they should be level so use them as a guide.
Well done for giving RAW a go. Ultimately this will give you greater control over quality of image output, by that I mean sharpness, contrast, colour tonality etc. there is a learning curve, but then ther is with all things and you only get out waht you put in.
This is a straight forward shot of a mallard, though the presence of ice gives us some idea of the prevailing conditions.
You could audition for the role of an interned Russian intellectual in a movie set in the Cold War
The rocks are very important, They are on a diagonal which is a strong compositional element, and together with the photographer (on that same diagonal) make up three objects (an odd number is supposed to be more acceptable than an even number).