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13/08/2009 - 8:17 PM

ANCHOR

ANCHORHi Graham

At fisrts glance the image shows a lot of backround sky that is empty. Moving closer to the subject in the foreground and cutting out some of the backround might help in this case.
I would have tried to capture some more of the texture on the "ancor like" foreground subject and maybe going a bit lower in to take the shot still having the boat in the backround.
There is a bit of a distraction on the right with the ball like object but, a nice effort me thinks. Smile
13/08/2009 - 7:51 AM

Maxims Casino Southend

Maxims Casino SouthendHi

A good effort me thinks. You handled the lighting and reflections well.
The horizon is a bit wonky and I would have tried to correct that and also, the cars are cut in half. Trying to capture them completely might have helped but, then again there is quite a lot going on in your image. A difficult one I think.
The plant on the left is cut and I would have tried to crop it out or repostion when taken and maybe capture more of the walk path on the right as it is a bit of a distraction as is.
Hope it helps Smile
06/08/2009 - 1:29 PM

Just Olives!

Just Olives!The bread a bit more crisp with less light might have helped for me... Not too sure to be honest... I keep staring at it lol, but can't exactly find what I would have changed... overall I think it's pretty good. Smile
06/08/2009 - 1:22 PM

Jumping day :)

Jumping day :)hi there

I'm no pro but, will give you my opinion.
I'm not sure what exactly you were going for here? If the focus was meant to be on the lady then... A bit more of her might have helped in the image... not cutting of the hands and possibly standing back a bit more and less space at the top of her head.
Try using another aperture so the back round is blurred out unless you intended on showing it...
As fot the lady herself... you captured the hair and scarf flowing very nicely... the face look a bit dark around the eyes but agian, not sure what you had planned...
Hope it helps mate Grin