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Joy!

Joy! by paulbroad

A good one Paul. A man involved with his ice cream.

Yes the E-X1 is a super camera, my best selling photo with Alamy was taken on mine.

regards
Ian

cabrio

cabrio by pablophotographer

Interesting photo, interesting car with the wheel at an odd angle.
regards
Ian

Smug!

Smug! by paulbroad

Good one, you Fuji is giving great results.
Ian

Lights, Camera, Go!

Lights, Camera, Go! by pablophotographer

Interesting work. It could be outer space or an abstract of loo seat.
Ian

ed2go Assignment 2 - my lily

ed2go Assignment 2 - my lily by wyewye

The exposure looks ok with detail showing on white areas. White flowers can be difficult to expose correctly. I would not use flash to photograph this flower especially when a tripod can be used, unless it was windy and the plant was swaying around.

Choose the aperture required to achieve the depth of field (area in focus front to back) required. A slow shutter speed does not matter when using a tripod unless it's windy.
Aperture/DOF will depend on if you want the whole flower in focus or perhaps just the centre. If you want the whole flower sharp try to choose one which is detached from the background which should normally be as out of focus as possible.

My main advice with this image is regarding composition. Have a look a the shape of an arum lily and you will see the beauty of the flower lies in it's tapering shape leading up to the upper sweeping open area. You have missed this with your camera angle which shows just a top view.
Study a flower during your composition and access how to show it's beauty.

Still a nice photo, just keep taking as many shots as you can. Take a hundred and you will get one really good one. Experiment with camera settings and camera angles.
regards
Ian

Mr Jellinek's Daughter

Mr Jellinek's Daughter by pablophotographer

Don't know, or really care about the history but I do like the image,

Ian

Spotted!

Spotted! by paulbroad

Good one Paul, especially with Willie's mod with the two distractions removed/toned down.
A discreet little camera which give great results.

regards
Ian

A moment Of Passion

A moment Of Passion by gchaddy

Good capture, like this one,
Ian

Life is a .......

Life is a ....... by HelenaJ

Simple and effective
Ian

Flesh Fly

Flesh Fly by paulbroad

Good image Paul. Excellent detail of the fly.
Worth the effort of the careful set up.
The background does not contrast too well with the subject so detail on it's back is not as clear as it might be.
To get it in a situation where a different back ground was further away and more out of focus would be difficult, as would getting the fly at an angle.
Maybe flies can be doped or something?
Comments are not meant to criticise image but are my thoughts on approaching a very difficult subject. Another consideration is the purpose of photo, a record or something artistic?
Good one

regards
Ian

how would its negative look like?

how would its negative look like? by pablophotographer

Interesting photo and question.
I can't add much except to say i would have tried to do what Willie's mod 2 has done. Also agree on creating separation between twigs and roof line.
regards
Ian

I Know, I Know!

I Know, I Know! by banehawi

Good ones. He is a big man, must need his rest.

regards
Ian

Red and Blue

Red and Blue by capto

Yes, beautiful capture.
Ian

Barley

Barley by rigger01

Interesting view point
Ian

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