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20/09/2012 - 10:14 AM

Dungeness sunset

Dungeness sunsetI wondered if making this a square crop would work, removing some of the RH side of your image, which would place the building away from the centre but to be honest, I do quite like the look of "empty" on the far side of this, so probably would stick with what you have!! (Here speaks that well known landscape authority!Tongue) Like the inclusion of the rail which is interesting and really does lead into the image.

Ann
17/09/2010 - 8:05 PM

Daniel Thorndike

Daniel ThorndikeWhat a great opportunity and an excellent portrait. Have no worries re the bg. He's not in front of the really "busy" areas and I think the tones match well with the Paisley Pattern in his cravat!

Ann
18/04/2010 - 2:03 PM

Eleanor

EleanorTo me the problem in an otherwise well captured image is that the long black gloves against the black dress leave her looking as though she has only upper arms. Had to look Large to really make out the gloves, but still find that a bit off-putting. Sorry, Jools, if that's me being too critical, but I do think leaving the arms and hands uncovered would have looked better.

Ann
05/10/2009 - 8:21 AM

Flower Power

Flower PowerThe flower is stunning. Just think the frame a little too much in competition with it! I'd have tried a finer pixel setting, maybe 5 pxl or even white to keep the eye on the flower itself. Hope you don't mind. I got a similar comment 2 days ago and knew it was right!

Ann
02/09/2009 - 11:31 AM

Carla

CarlaThe main flower is well presented & a lovely colour but just a little soft on focus. I think you'd improve this image a lot if you used a clone tool in PS to get rid of the little bits of other flowers which distract from what ought to be the main focus for the eye, though it might be interesting leaving in the fern on the RH side and seeing if this works rather than cropping or cloning it immediately.

I've never tried doing a Mod on the site. Might give it a shot!

Ann
13/06/2009 - 10:22 AM

Climb with me

Climb with meLow light would be when it's getting darker towords evening or under a canopy of trees, which it would be in this case. The camera, being a point and shoot, is going to struggle to focus without more light. I think there's a lack of something to really focus on, other than the lower steps. Perhaps from behind a clump of that wonderful wild garlic would have done the trick, as I love the way the steps disappear into the distance, but am not 100% taken with focusing on just a step in the foreground. Hope this is OK with you as I am all too aware that helpful comments can read as horrid criticism - been ther & done that!!