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smoker

smoker by aleci

Love this shot and the treatment. The almost disembodied hand really adds to the starkness.

Moody Blues ll ...

Moody Blues ll ... by Greyheron

Love the colours and the multiple pathways in the composition, leading you to the details in the distance. First rate.

Alt Fhearnagan

Alt Fhearnagan by almiles

Unlucky on the welly, but excellent composition really draws the eye through the scene. Lots of interest. I would have, perhaps, employed an ND filter, to get an even slower shutter speed, but it's a good shot anyway.

Heather

Heather by fotodayz

Great shot, lovely heather and the tree really adds to the scene. The sky is a little bright, maybe worth toning that down a bit, and the area behind the tree on the horizon is a little white than the surrounding area, so maybe burn that in a bit. But a great landscape shot nonetheless.

landscape

landscape by tubby

Okay, so there's a lot of UV haze in the top of the photo, so maybe a UV filter might have helped a little with that, but far more use would have been to have had a graduated neutral density filter because the sky is much too bright compared to the ground. The water nearest the camera isn't really adding anything to the image because the reflection in it is basically white. A polariser might have helped here. The composition looks okay but I think with that watery lead in to the background it would have been worth shooting this in portrait orientation as well. Just some suggestions anyway. cheers!

Small waterfall

Small waterfall by ANNDORASBOX

Nice composition and it's nearly there but I'm a little confused by what you were trying to achieve with the settings. The f/22 says you wanted a slow shutter speed to smooth the water out, but then the ISO has been ramped right up to ISO6400 which has increased the shutter speed. The end result is 1/15th sec which isn't slow enough to smooth the water out, or fast enough to freeze it so you can see the droplets. Can you comment on what your intentions were?

Good morning sunshine

Good morning sunshine by Cpt_Hun

Wow, amazing, like a painting. What light and fantastic processing.

Blowing in the Breeze

Blowing in the Breeze by martin.w

I like this. It's an image about layers of colour, like a cake. There's nothing particularly dramatic in the foreground, but the layers of colour invite you to look further, spotting more detail in the distance, until you arrive at the icing on top, the sky, and what a treat that is. Good stuff!

in thought

in thought by mohikan22

Great splash of colour with the hair, and nice touch with the flash to just sparkle the dress and shoes. I would have cropped slightly on the right so she was more looking across the rest of the photo, but either way, a nice, reflective shot.

Thistles...V1 or V2

Thistles...V1 or V2 by kojak

I like the colours in both, but probably the second is slightly better because the sun is a little overpowering in the first.

Olivia

Olivia by Spencer1966

Fiesty! Those eyebrows look like they were knitted on. Good to get something fresh out of a head and shoulders shot.

walking the dog

walking the dog by Jon.H

Excellent, like stepping back in time.

Two Northern Men

Two Northern Men by Chris_L

Yep, the old made it a winner. Classic shot, well done.

Fading Light

Fading Light by phillG

Immense. Looks like the surface of an alien planet. No.2 is best for me, but this is stellar work.

swallowtail upcoming

swallowtail upcoming by senn

Love the first one. It's like, head down, heading for that water droplet. Just great.

Shard

Shard by Spencer1966

I'm thinking Ghostbusters, in black and white. Very striking processing. You might want to just lighten some of the tones on the top of the tower itself as they are quite dark, but i like this.

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