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15/05/2008 - 12:25 PM

Wild orchid

Wild orchidNice capture. Why can I never find anything this beautiful in the wild?
Good use of DoF to blur the background.
I do find the left of the image distracting, there appears to be a large clump of blurred grass in front of the tree.
Also I think it may be slightly over exposed. I find if I am shooting outside I tend to use Raw and correct the exposure in my raw converter.
Mark
14/05/2008 - 1:42 PM

Golden Hour

Golden HourI like this.
The orange and brown tones are good and I like the streak of light going across the lighthouse, you have done well as the exposure is good.
If I may make a suggestion, I would of cropped the left edge slightly to remove the front of the car keepint the Sally army sign in the picture. I would also have cloned out the white sign in the lower centre of the image where the light ray passes through.
Still a good image.
Mark
14/05/2008 - 1:29 PM

White Rose

White RoseExcellent composition and like the simple frame.
The detail in the picture is great but I feel there is too much darkness in the bottom left of the image. I can see leaves or something but can't quite make them out and find it distracting.
Still a great image.
Mark
13/05/2008 - 2:02 PM

Urban Dawn

Urban DawnWow.
I love the colours.
I love the detail in the grass.
The aircraft contrail in the sky intersecting the power cables works well.
My only down side is that I don't like the way the tower is leaning - it just looks wrong but i'm sure other will love it.
Great work.
Mark
13/05/2008 - 1:46 PM

Seven to three

Seven to threeI don't know the place but it reminds me of an old school house.
I love the tones in this image, and I like the hint of the garden viewed through the arch.
With the clock tower centralised you have captured part of a chimney on the left of the image and this kind of unbalances it for me.
I don't know if you were able to move the composition at the time of capture (Seven to Three apparently Smile ) so the clock tower was on the left third and bring the couple more central.
Mark
12/05/2008 - 1:23 PM

Anchor

AnchorLove the composition and perspective. I agree with Col that it needs a more dramatic sky to give it that little bit extra, and I would of probably cloned the sign out on the railing. Once I saw it my eyes kept wandering back to it.
Mark