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29/01/2014 - 7:25 PM

Winter Host

Winter HostNice atmosphere but the house is a bit to tight on the left and I would lose some of the base to lower it in the frame.
24/12/2010 - 8:00 PM

Splashdown

SplashdownYou have stopped the action OK but the image has been taken at the wrong angle to be really effective. You are right you do need the flash off camera pointing at a light background so that the light is reflected back on to the subject.and the camera needs to be at a lower angle. If you trawl around the "Techniques" section there are a couple of "how to do it" articles; or better still take a look at csurrey's portfolio for some excellent examples. She also has a "How to" article on her website. Tony
22/10/2010 - 1:18 PM

Francesca

FrancescaA different type of pose that almost works. Only small niggles but firstly I would have liked the model to be looking into the camara,eye contact involves the viewer more; The top of the painting should have been kept in if possible; and the wall socket and plug could have been cloned out. This could have been an outstanding image but for these details. Tony
21/09/2010 - 12:14 PM

View of the garden

View of the gardenIf you have Photoshop try using the "Highlight and Shadows" filter for starters. Failing that select the door frame and then try to brighten the surrounding area. From your comments may I suggest you get out your camera and flash manuals and get familar with both. Tony
15/07/2010 - 9:14 PM

I love you 2

I love you 2Beautifull image that says a lot without being explicet. Wrong colour background though, the darker areas are merging into it. Try the grey one next time.Tony.
01/06/2010 - 2:17 AM

American Tibby

American TibbyThis crop works well and creates a good composition. nit picking but I would have liked to soften the creases on her neck and also cloned the petal on the baseline between her breasts. Nevertheless it is still a pleasing image. Lets see more of your work. Regards Tony.
21/09/2009 - 7:41 PM

Catch her if you can

Catch her if you canIt's not that bad!. Tilt the head slightly so the eyes are on an angle would improve it somwhat.
When I opened the large version the image got cropped on my monitor, this turned out for the better as cropping from the base upto just below the hairline concentrates the eye on the main subject. Tony
29/08/2009 - 2:28 AM

Heather

HeatherSory but this doesn't quite work. You have kept detail in the texture of the basque ut in doing so the skin tones are all but lost Tony.
12/08/2009 - 2:20 AM

Foxy

FoxyAn excellent example of urban wildlife. from a critical viewpoint I would have cropped from the left and cloned out the greenish stick.It's a shame you lost the ear tips but I don't suppose it was posing. Reegards Tony.
19/07/2009 - 7:29 PM

Local Heroes

Local HeroesA well balanced quartet of portraits. I small niggle.on the top left one I would have had a tighter crop to remove the the gentleman on the left and probably cloned out the two figures sitting on the veterans shoulder. Tony.