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19/08/2010 - 9:02 PM

Good morning!

Good morning!Bit too dark for me, you can just see the beginning of some detail of the undercarriage starting to show through but would like to see some more. Also the shot is very tight to the right hand side, with the sky being cloudless you should be able to add in some sky behind the plane.
15/08/2010 - 9:37 AM

Emma

EmmaAnother good portrait but lacking a little compared to Chloe, lovely light on her hair, her skin looks a little waxy under the highlight on her cheekbone and her eye is a little dark, the hair over her right eye is a little off putting too, I think it would have been better if the eye was covered by more hair or the wayward hairs pushed back off her face.
Great model/photographer interaction in both shots.
15/08/2010 - 9:28 AM

I be looking at Thee

I be looking at TheeGreat interaction with the camera, love his pose, your processing suits the subject really well but his face and eyes seem a little dark, I think if you could pull these out a little bit the shot would come alive.
23/09/2009 - 1:28 PM

Under Pressure

Under PressureLooks good in mono, if you have the opportunity to shoot this again, I would be tempted to play around with the depth of field, I think this would look good with the focus on one of the valves throwing the dial out of focus or focus on the dial with the valves blurred.

Gez
19/09/2009 - 5:05 PM

Glass Vertabrae

Glass VertabraeWhat aperture did you use? Sounds and looks to me like you were using a low f stop thus creating a shallow depth of field, where as the other guy may have been using a higher f stop to create a larger depth of field.

Alternatively he may have taken multiple shots at different focal points and merged the images together.

Great idea,

Gez
13/09/2009 - 10:33 AM

Slow

SlowGreat image, well seen and executed, like the motion blur on the man heading towards us in as if defying the 'SLOW' on the pavement, one small point looks to me like it needs a slight clockwise twist, doesn't look to be quite vertical.

Gez
11/09/2009 - 2:07 PM

Sailorís Delight - take 2

Sailorís Delight - take 2A little bit of straightening and this should would be spot on, good foreground interest, nice reflections and colours are captured great.

Gez
10/09/2009 - 1:45 PM

Callander Landscape

Callander LandscapeAnarchy rules - break the rules lol...

Seriously though - This is a great shot, I tend not to follow rules to the letter, for me if a shot looks good on screen then I've achieved what I was looking for. Stunning sky in this shot, great reflections on the water and a nice bit of foreground interest, the mountains are a little dark and I would try and lighten them up a tad.

If you had the opportunity to shoot this again, I would possibly look for some clean water and use the reflection as foreground interest.

Looking at this shot and you being new to all this I don't think it will be long before you get some stunning shots.

Gez
30/08/2009 - 8:59 PM

Suilven

SuilvenAbsolutely stunning image.. Again Wink

May I be as bold to add some critique lol, I would like to see a composition of v1 and v2, love the lighter sky in v2 but not so keen on the mountain, I think a mix of v1 and 2 would be a masterpiece, but then I am but a mere mortal.

Gez
04/08/2009 - 7:46 PM

Silhouette

SilhouetteGreat shot, think I would crop a little of the dark area at the top, and crop out the concrete at the bottom, the light bit there is a little distracting to me.