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20/04/2012 - 9:38 PM

Tulip

TulipGood colour and dof but I think I would have gone for the stamen to be in focus and let the petals just add colour. Like having the cheeks in focus and the eyes burred if you get my drift, But good either way.
Enjoy your course and upload more
Dave
17/02/2012 - 9:18 PM

Sarah

SarahOut of all the images I love this one, plain simple but very effective. My only niggle is the little dark triangle top left just pulls the eye away from that lovely smile. the shallow depth of field really gives it added interest. Get my vote anyway
15/04/2008 - 8:08 AM

Marmoset

MarmosetWhat a poe faced thing he is.
Imo the eyes could do with a little dodge to lift the face.
Not wanting to teaching grandma to suck eggs but the eyes of a mamal are the stamen of a flower. i.e where the eye is drawn to first.
Dave
13/04/2008 - 12:26 PM

Cheetah

CheetahI Know the the feeling of stepping out of the comfort zone, scarry but good, gets creative juices flowing again. I'm the total opposite of you my gendre is animal and portrait now trying flowers. Any way enough of me.
The framing is a little over the top for such a soft/fluffy image. Took it into CS2 and cropped around the frame give poss 2mm black frame Imo looks better also dodge the eye to give more life,
other than that good image
Dave
03/04/2008 - 8:04 AM

I wandered lonely...

I wandered lonely...Katie
Lovely three coloured image well spotted and took. But If may make so bold the sky lovely as it is does go on a bit and the cloud/mark top right detracts from the simplicity of the shot. Try scrolling the image down so the horisontal is in the middle and the the cloud comes into the two third rule and balances the image.
Not wanting to teach grandma to suck eggs, Divide the image into 9 like a tic-tac board the intersections are at thirds. so if you put an obect at any interesection it is two thirds away from a given edge, and this has been proved to be asthetic to the human eye
Hope this helps, don't mean to critise all your work just trying to help
Dave