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The Waterloo Hotel, Newport. Grade II listed building, built in 1870First of all welcome to ePz. Nice light trails here and a good clean shot. My only comment would be to do a manual white balance first as night shots often create this golden colour. With a white balance correction the natural colours of the building will show through. Otherwise a good shot, well done. Wink David
04/09/2011 - 10:21 PM

Night view

Night viewGreat composition and model. I would have preferred a manual white balance so everything wasn't orange. I do like the picture though, well done. David Wink
16/07/2011 - 11:05 AM

Exploring Pontrieux

Exploring PontrieuxWhat a fab place, must put on my list of places to visit. Looking at the two shots as they are it's V2 for me as that sign in the bottom right does nothing to enhance the picture. The V2 crop then looses the window and flowers, so try cloning out the sign and see what that looks like. Great photo though, well done. David
06/02/2011 - 11:26 AM

Forest Rest

Forest RestNice photo in a nice setting, my only comment otherwise is that it would have been better to sit the young lady slightly to her left to get her face out of the shadow.This would have enabled a better control over the exposure as you would not have had such a variance to deal with. IMO David Wink
23/09/2010 - 11:43 PM


M6Good shot, can I suggest you set manual white balance first, then you will get white head light trails and loose the general orange tint. I'm a littlw worried what happened to the car that suddenly starts his light train with a wobble! Cheers David
03/09/2010 - 11:14 PM

Cittadella alley

Cittadella alleyI love these types of shots. You have captured it well in difficult lighting conditions. An interesting contrast between the 'golden' colours of the forground and the cooler 'blue' colour of the far end. A pleasant moment captured.