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04/11/2012 - 7:41 PM

double s

double sVery nice image. It's a shame the top of the dome is not in the image though. I wonder if you cropped the right side so you only have three tramlines and lose the car and then crop the top down to the top of that lovely building it would take away the distraction of an incomplete building. This would give you a very dynamic composition. Please try it and let me know if you repost as I really do like this image.
06/04/2012 - 2:16 AM

Still Standing...

Still Standing...This is a great picture and I think it would benefit hugely from a bit more work. By cropping the image so it only has the chair in it you immediately make the title fit the picture. I would then clone out the black cable running across the back of the chair. The crop should also take out the highlighted top right corner as this is quite a dominant feature. Hope you don't mind my critique but I really think it's worth trying out. Smile I would love to see the result.

Jane
29/03/2012 - 1:18 AM

lake reflection

lake reflectionLovely setting with some very nice colours. To me it does seem very busy and I can't decide which part to rest my eyes on so to speak. The tree is a very dominant feature, especially as a lot of detail is lost in the black trunk and branch. A much lower view point would lose the tree and give a feeling of being in the water with a lead in to the picture. You would still have the lovely reflections but your eye would be drawn into the picture towards the swan and the trees beyond. Definitely worth another go if you have the chance again. Grin
18/01/2011 - 8:48 PM

magic forest

magic forestNothing like a nice bit of fog to give trees a spooky, other worldly look! Nicely cropped but maybe a tad more off the right side to make a frame for the central twisted branch. The empty space at the side tends to lead your eye away. Nicely muted colours, looks almost monochromatic.
19/11/2009 - 7:46 PM

Somerset Levels Gale

Somerset Levels GaleHi Brian.
Have to admit I am not the worlds greatest at landscape so hope you don't mind my input.
To the right of the image is an 'empty' space. Try cropping this out to fill the picture with trees as a background. Also although the sky is a lovely shade of blue there is very little drama going on so crop out this down to the tallest tree. Finally if the weather was that windy then why not try a longer shutter speed and get all that fantastic movement with the branches and leaves. Sorry just realised everyone else told you to slow the shutter speed!
If its helpful, when I am out with non photographers I just explain what I am going to be doing and for them not to wait as I will catch them up. They usually hang around anyway to see what the image is like when I've taken it. Never underestimate the interest other people take in your hobby! Smile
06/11/2009 - 12:50 PM

Pomegranates on a plate.

Pomegranates on a plate.Absolutely stunning. I love gold reflectors for the warmth of colour they create. This is a beautiful image and as Ade said the sliced fruit adds to the scene. If there is anything I could add, but again not take anything away from your image as you may have wanted the effect, there is shadow on the right side of the plate whereas the left side is brightly lit. Only an observation as I think this is superbly lit. Hope you don't mind. Smile
30/09/2009 - 7:31 PM

Being Watched

Being WatchedLike it a lot. Makes you think you are in the tank with the fish and that hungry cat has got his eye on lunch! Good sharp image. Maybe a little busy, perhaps remove the ornament in the left corner. Smile

Jane
09/12/2008 - 7:38 PM

Bench By The Thames

Bench By The ThamesNice shot. I think there is another one here as well. Try cropping to leave the trees, left side benches and the street lamp in. Leave out the bench on the right. The lights and colours look great.