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Photos:21
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Competition Entries: 10
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Taking What Comes

Taking What Comes by CliveA

Really, really good. I just wish I had the patience to do stuf like this. Goes to show that there's no such thing as truth in a photograph. If ya get my drift.

Gets my vote anyroad.

Landscape

Landscape by Jonesey

The horizon is a little too close to the centre of the frame for me. If you wanted to show the acres of wheat, a portrait format would have done better. If you wanted to emphasise the clouds, with the wheat field anchoring the view, then the horizon would be better placed in the lower third of the frame.
That old chestnut, 'Rule of thirds' is sometimes the way to go.

Ruins

Ruins by GarethRobinson

The wall leads the eye neatly to the 'main' tree and then alows the eye to move arond the rest of the scene in a relaxed way.

Lioness

Lioness by nothsafoto

What the hell were you thinking of with that frame. A good photo, which this is, doesn't need all that faffing about.

Corfe Castle

Corfe Castle by nothsafoto

Nice one nothasafoto. I'm detecting a tad of HDR here but it's subtle so does'nt get my hackles rising. The sharp edge on the left, between the stonework and the mist seems very sharp. Is it a composite shot? Either way, having walked those hills, it's better than any that I have of Corfe.

Statue & vines walkway

Statue & vines walkway by iowaug

Nicely composed in the traditional 'leading the eye through the picture' kind of way.
For me the shadows in the foreground and the fact that the leaves are all in focus detracts from the overall image. I'd be tempted to leave the section through the arch sharp and apply some blur to the rest, so as to isolate and differentiate the statue, which is the subject matter after all.

Golden Plate

Golden Plate by helenlinda

Did you multiple expose in camera or combine with PS?...is my question, and while I'm here I can tell you that I like the muted colours, tones and hues. Good 'un.

Skies Above

Skies Above by RavenTepes

I'm with David on this. There's nothing to give a focal point for the eye to alight upon, with the possible exception of the slightly intusive streetlight. Great dramatic sky though and one I'd use as a background layer at a future date.

Dennis.

The Wainstones

The Wainstones by gperry

For me the image shows too much processing. The HDR effect is too pronounced, (though only to photographers would know why the scene is so DRAMATIC).
I'm sure a little more time taken at the shooting stage and less editing would result in my not feeling like you were SHOUTING at me.

TopicDate Contibuted
"You have to delete those photos"24/03/2014 - 10:23 AM
NEF RAW17/10/2011 - 3:02 PM
Sensor problems.23/07/2009 - 3:30 PM

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