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16/09/2014 - 7:47 PM

Northern Light

Northern LightI have played about with the composition and like it cropped just above the two small stones bottom right, I may of course be wrong but it looks slightly better to my eye, I find without this crop the grass's in the foreground stops my eye from moving in to the image if that makes sense to you.


Gary
25/04/2013 - 8:36 AM

The Power to Bend

The Power to BendYou have such an eye for a photo, I would never have seen this. - gary
20/03/2013 - 3:41 PM

Dying Flowers

Dying FlowersDying but not dead so still a pleasant image. - gary
22/02/2013 - 4:55 PM

the dribbler

the dribblerI like the reflection and the water from its beak, I may have cropped off some of the right hand side so there was more room in front, it would have been a stronger composition as it looks as if he is moving out of the image.

I do not mean to offend Bryan but its as I see it.

Regards. - gary
20/07/2012 - 4:10 PM

a Scotish flee

a Scotish fleeI can see from the background that you either used a high iso or cropped in to the image, one thing I have learned is macro is not only about photography but also bush craft and the closer you can get to the subject without spooking it the better, your 90mm is very close to my 100mm lens and you really need to get close to fill the frame and it takes a lot of practice and a fair amount of luck.

You did well to get the focus on the subject for a great shot.

gary
24/02/2012 - 2:05 PM

Tiger

TigerJust a tad brighter and you have a real winner Steve, I wish my bins had stuff like this in them. - gary
17/02/2012 - 5:37 PM

another one from lindean

another one from lindeanI think this needs a slight straiten Bryan, every thing looks to be going up hill from right to left, I know the main tree in the foreground is naturally sloping but the ones in the background and the waters edge needs to be straight.


gary
09/02/2012 - 9:17 AM

Royal Oak

Royal OakWhen shooting a landscape if you want it sharp right through the image focus on a point a third into the image which in this case would be the reeds just above the green in the foreground, looking at this you may know that already, again you have all elements of a good landscape in place. - gary
24/01/2012 - 10:46 PM

Sunset

SunsetI am sorry but I find this over processed and un-natural which is a great shame as it is beautifully composed and had all the ingredients for a great image.

gary
31/12/2011 - 1:18 PM

Eyes Front

Eyes FrontTwo lovely shots of the deer Lillian, the one criticism is I find the fence a little distracting in V1, I wish you the very best for 2012 and thank you for the pleasure you have given me viewing your beautiful wildlife images and I look forward to many more. - gary
22/09/2010 - 11:45 PM

Cusworth lake

Cusworth lakePersonally I would have cropped the image just below the two little ducks just below the grass line at the top of the image, this would have had the effect of concentrating the viewers attention on the group of swans in the foreground, just my opinion which others may well disagree with.

Regards. - gary
14/09/2010 - 12:49 AM

Conisborough

ConisboroughI like the shadow forming the foreground in a nice shot, my only niggle and I know its nit picking is the small branch peeping in to shot on the left it just catch's my eye. - gary