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13/09/2011 - 6:18 PM

Round bales & Bennachie.

Round bales & Bennachie.An interesting image, I like the hay bails, the mountain and tree line, however the image is a bit 'dull' for me, and because of the detail i think it would work really well as a BW.

I have uploaded a mod for you, converted, upped the levels and contrast a bit, also cropped up and in from the left, to remove the odd bit of tractor line!

I hope this is ok for you!

it has great potential! x x
10/04/2011 - 8:45 AM

Le Petit Bec

Le Petit BecI like this!! A wonderful landscape... The Colours are wonderful and dreamy..

I think I would crop up from the bottom a bit, as it is quite dark with not much going on. This would focus on the Colours and the horizon.. A nice panoramic type shot..

And I'm not sure if it's my eyes but it looks like the horizon is a tad down on the left!! Would love to do a mod but am in my phone at work Sad

I hope that helps

Regards x x
08/03/2011 - 10:00 AM

Jamie Boardwalk

Jamie BoardwalkHi Chris...

I like the shot, and I can see why you would want it printed... A small person in the big wide world... I love the contrast of size and the space. I too like the white. Initally I was not sure, but having looked again, it works. If printing it off however, I think strengthening the blacks just to give it a bit more contrast and umph!!! If you see what I mean.

Composition wise I also think you have it pretty spot on. A good pov, good dof. Only thing I can suggest is a slight crop up from the bottom to rid some of the empty space!!!

But it will look good hanging up!!! A lovely moment captured Smile

X x x
20/02/2011 - 1:11 PM

Kez my wife

Kez my wifeA lovely natural and happy portrait of your wife, she looks nice and relaxed!

I feel the image is a little dark so i have uploaded a mod altering the levels and adding a bit more light, i have also bumped up the contrast a little. Also i have cropped the image as i personally the centralised image didnt work for me. Also i have done a black and white conversion for you! i feel portraits always look good in BW esp with there isn't a lot of colour in the shot!!

A nice portrait though, one to be proud of Smile

Hope the MODs are ok for you x x x
13/02/2011 - 8:11 PM

drops

dropsAn interesting image, nice idea and very well timed. It has great potential. However it is let down by the fact it is out of focus!! Also I think a black BG would work well here to really make the leaf and dribble stand out and really emphasise it!!! I do not wish to be so critical so I hope your not offended!! Thus really can work with a few more attempts x x x
12/02/2011 - 8:29 AM

Art`em

Art`emAn interesting shot. Like the idea. There isn't much I can think to say in all honesty. Possibly a crop in from the left to centralise the image more also because the wooden rail is somewhat longer on that side. The only other thing (maybe) is doing the shot from eye level to put more emphasis on the individual. You will still have the jetty behind, but I feel at the moment there is no one significant aspect of the image... It all seems to be on equal footing. I'd like to see the person have a bit more dominance in the shot!!

None the less a great capture x x
08/02/2011 - 3:11 PM

Carnation

CarnationA nice detailed image, the flower is a lovely colour!!! For a first attempt this is good... I feel however that there is a bit to much green around the flower which keeps drawing the eye to the surrounding. Maybe a tighter crop or one the allows for most green at the bottom would enhance this. Hopefullibg giving the flower a look of growing upwards. This angle just looks a wee bit flat, esp where the flower has so much texture and colour..

Also perhaps giving it a black bg would truly make this stand out Smile

I do not mean to be overly critical as I do like this shot... I hope this helps a little??

X x x
08/02/2011 - 1:27 PM

Through the stanchions

Through the stanchionsI'm afraid I am going to agree with Ben above...

I love the repetitive lines... I think a square crop of the centre would make for a fantastic abstract... The repetition of the crisscross is superb...Like Ben I am struggling with the angle and the roof part... They keep drawing the eye away from what I feel is the important part of the image.!! A bw conversion I think could work also, However I quite like the rusted look.

I think this image has great potential... And I'd like to see a close crop Smile x x
29/01/2011 - 1:33 PM

Portrait of Thought

Portrait of ThoughtI like the idea here!!! Processing is good and placement... Only thing I'd pic at is that you can see lawn in here glasses... Obviously trying to put sky reflections into here sun glasses is not going to be easy, so perhaps a portrait without shades would work better... This way you can see the expression of thought in the face more.... Just a thought..

All the best x x
17/01/2011 - 11:46 PM

What lurks beyond

What lurks beyondI really like this!!! Love the rusty handle and the ancient feel!!! I might have been inclined to remove the bolt just below the handle... Although it is part of the door, the shape of the handle leads the eye to that one bolt rather than taking in the whole image...

However a cracking shot x x x
26/12/2009 - 7:39 PM

Perfect Wave

Perfect Wavesuperb. a shame the lighthouse isn't in the centre, but it is still a great shot x x