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This may be old history, but I looked at your portfolio and this one stood out as being unusual and I wondered whether it had been taken with flash. The brown ones at the bottom look strange and I wondered whether if you cloned them out it would help the picture. Having a space at the bottom where they are might improve the photo still more. Just a thought!
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Added Date: 14/01/2015 - 8:00 AM
A lovely selection. John
Added Date: 03/10/2013 - 7:39 AM
What a wonderful portfolio. Thank you for commenting on my Tortishell butterflies. John
Added Date: 13/08/2013 - 6:33 AM
Lovely set of photographs of the type that I enjoy. John
Added Date: 18/09/2012 - 6:39 AM
What a lovely portfolio of photography that I admire. John
Added Date: 20/08/2012 - 7:27 PM
Thanks for commenting on The Fushia & The Bee. The processing consisted of Spot healing white spots (rain?) on the flowers and cloning out a prominent green leaf at the bottom of the picture that 'took the eye'. I have had a look at your portfolio above and think you have an interesting style, with some very nice shots, but (there is always a but!) the Gatekeeper Butterfly does not appear to be sharp, probably not enough depth of field. John
Added Date: 09/08/2012 - 11:48 AM
Clever Title - John
Added Date: 16/12/2008 - 8:13 PM
Your type of photography is totally different to mine, but I am instrigued by your Smoke Pictures. They make some remarkable patterns. The nearest to some of my photos would be your flowers and frosted leaves. I found the frosted leaves one almost two pictures, although the contrast between the two colours is good, the way the dark one cuts across the bottom of the frame bothers me. I would have preferred concentration on one leaf or the other in close up, and concentration on the frost.