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The Very Best of Blooms by discreetphoton

The Very Best of Blooms

Thank you everyone Grin
Exciting times ahead Smile

By: discreetphoton

Deep in thought by discreetphoton

Deep in thought

Thanks folks; K in particular. The award is gratefully received Smile

By: discreetphoton

Dusk in New York by Nigwel

Dusk in New York

Please remember that by submitting to the gallery, and in particular when requesting critique, other members are entitled to express opinions provided they are delivered in a polite manner.

You don't have to agree with them, but we do ask that you respect the opinions without getting defensive.

By: Nigwel

Back in black by arhb

Back in black

Just saw this in the forum; cracking image. The pose is excellent, as is the subtle wrap of the lighting around the face, and I love the model's against-the-grain look as well.

By: arhb

In Motion by kaybee

In Motion

That's going back some Smile

By: kaybee

The only brew for the brave and true... by discreetphoton

The only brew for the brave and true...

Thank you all very much, what a response Smile

Well done Dave for catching the reference Smile

By: discreetphoton

Cluster Bonnets (mycena inclinata) by tonyng

Cluster Bonnets (mycena inclinata)

The fly on the bonnet at the bottom right really makes all the difference here. Just lovely. Grin

By: tonyng

Take off by discreetphoton

Take off

Thanks folks Smile

By: discreetphoton

Layla by discreetphoton


LOL, there is Smile Thanks.

By: discreetphoton

Green Lynx Spider by discreetphoton

Green Lynx Spider

Thank you all. Have at it Ian Smile

By: discreetphoton

Look, I'm a tulip! by discreetphoton

Look, I'm a tulip!

thank you everyone Smile

By: discreetphoton

Model by hoang_van


Please check your private messages

By: hoang_van

Model by khimt4


Please check your private messages

By: khimt4

Digger bee by discreetphoton

Digger bee

LOL. Thanks everyone. Cheers for the award Mike Smile

By: discreetphoton

More Cheese Gromit! by kaybee

More Cheese Gromit!

oh bugger...

By: kaybee

Bee Orchid by discreetphoton

Bee Orchid

Thank you Smile

By: discreetphoton

City Of London Viewed From Tower Bridge by MarkT19

City Of London Viewed From Tower Bridge

Critique request removed. Please see previous upload.

By: MarkT19

St Paul's Cathedral by FrenchFrog1994

St Paul's Cathedral

From the terms and conditions of the site:

Quote: 8. All photos displayed in the ePHOTOzine Gallery are open for other members to comment and critique. We have a wide range of personalities and abilities, so please accept comments and views of other members without retaliation if you don't agree.

We'll put this down to being unfamiliar with the site's ethos and structure for now, but please refrain from similar outbursts in future. Out of fairness, certain unfair comments have been removed.

Please submit a report if you take issue with comments from any of our members.

By: FrenchFrog1994

Tower Bridge From Above ( As Featured In this month's Lonely Planet Magazine ! ) by MarkT19

Tower Bridge From Above ( As Featured In this month's Lonely Planet Magazine ! )

congratulations on your publication.
Please note that your image has now been removed from the Critique Gallery.
Without guidance from yourself, the Critique Team are unable to help you further with this image.
As we do not want to take unnecessary time from our volunteers, this action will allow them to give more time to other requests for help.
Thank you.

By: MarkT19

Mission Impossible by csurry

Mission Impossible

That's an absolute belter Cheryl Grin

By: csurry

petalouda by Glynn


I'd go with Heliconius. One of the longwings.

By: Glynn

stag? by allydon99


It's a Megaloceros (But I'm laughing at Gwynn's answer Smile)

By: allydon99

Eastwood basin by discreetphoton

Eastwood basin

Thank you all very much. Jules, the award is gratefully received Smile

By: discreetphoton

Sprotbrough Weir by discreetphoton

Sprotbrough Weir

The metering is easy enough, but it can take quite a few attempts to get the positioning right, and you have to keep moving to avoid lines.
Cheers folks.

By: discreetphoton

Damsel by KTrueman


There's a lot to enjoy here. I'm amazed at the lack of views or votes, but it's purely because it's out of season for the UK. I'm sure that posting this in the summer would have a completely different result. The only comment I can offer is that there's a small piece of pink fibre on the grass which disrupts the natural feel of the photo.

By: KTrueman

Tripe Fungus by Shroomer

Tripe Fungus

There are a lot of snide remarks being left here, from both sides. On the surface, these may appear innocuous, but we are well aware of the subtext and who is involved.

Please stop now, before we have to issue some warnings. It's getting very tiresome, and does nothing for the atmosphere on-site.

Several of you registered your complaints via reports. While we try to get to the root of the problems, do not undermine yourselves by engaging in childish squabbles.

Thank you.

By: Shroomer

Waiting by Lillian


Please remember that this is as much a community as a photographic site. If anyone has issues with how people use the site, please submit a report.

By: Lillian

sunrise at sea by Focus_Man

sunrise at sea

Being honest Frank, this works very well for me. With images like this, the midtones and overall balance are the most important factor. If you can't look at it without shading your eyes, I think it's supposed to be burnt out to keep it natural in appearance. Dropping the exposure would strip out some of the depth provided by the strongly contrasting rays of light. However, I think this is the exception to the rule of thirds, as I don't think you need as much water as you have here. If it was one of mine, I'd crop half of the water away. But I think you've made the right composition for this aspect ratio.

By: Focus_Man

On the Tombolo, Loch Eriboll. by Jim_McKinna

On the Tombolo, Loch Eriboll.

Quote: This often results in blindness in one eye; total destruction of the camera sensor; and extreme lens flare.

Never happened to me yet, and I do it all the time Smile

Added a mod with my own preferences.

By: Jim_McKinna

100g/m2 by Pete


The blue works best for me. Nice simple shot.

By: Pete