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06/03/2011 - 11:04 PM

Staring at a Blue Tit

Staring at a Blue TitYou've caught this well in he frame Steven , a fine pose with good eye contact and a lot of fine detail and the background well handled. Seems a little bit dark to me , maybe needs some adjustment to the brightness and contrast or perhaps a tweak of the levels, not much though. Well doneGrin.
Gran
13/01/2011 - 10:05 PM

Church of St Thomas a Becket.

Church of St Thomas a Becket.really like the old church and the bridge leading across , nice use of shadow and sunlight and love that red roof! Not too sure about so much sky here though , I would be inclined to crop a bit off the top although I do lke the shading in the sky.
regards Mary
21/10/2010 - 11:06 PM

Lydford Gorge

Lydford GorgeLOve the light and tones in this very well composed /exposed scene, with great colour as well . See what you mean re the risk, would have been a bigger risk wading in to remove the branch.
Although I don't get the quality of image that you have in this landscape ( wish I could ) for me that branch seems to be keeping me out of the scene and keeps drawing my eye away from the rest of the beauty there. Just my humble opinion .Still love the quality of the work.
Regards Mary
27/03/2010 - 2:12 PM

Still Playing B&A

Still Playing B&ANice to see the before image as well. Like V1 but feel all the lovely colours and details of the flower are swamped by the strength/ richness of the background.Just my personal taste, off course, i think I might have either gone for black or very pastel tones behind the flower.

Regards Mary
23/09/2009 - 8:33 PM

Goosey Goosey

Goosey GooseyLOvely head shot well detailed and the eye is pin sharp , have you thought about cloning out the fence?
Regards Mary
10/09/2009 - 9:42 PM

Folk Music

Folk MusicLove the concentration you have caught on his face, like the focus here with the out of shot people setting the scene of a busy street,
Regards Mary
23/08/2009 - 2:47 PM

Riding the Waves

Riding the WavesLOve the waves and the position of the surfers. Just wonder how this would look squared off withe the right hand part of the image taken away, just a thought.
best regards Mary
where i live Bolsover. Buddy groupHi critique buddy !
I find both the writing and the images very interesting. The mono version definitely achieves what you set out to do. Also the viewpoint you have taken seems to add to the idea of the balance between the tiers of society. I like all the textures in the allotment and feel the pram with the rusty bits could have been a focal point in a selective b/w with that part enhanced to bring out the rust.
Still to get going on mine.
Regards Mary
29/06/2009 - 5:13 PM

burnet moth

burnet mothThe detail in large is wonderful , even the stem it's perched on has fabulous detail and colour, the moth itself is superbly detailed and great colour saturation.never see anything like that around here , just horrible clegs intent on sucking my life blood away
Mary
25/06/2009 - 9:17 AM

Death by Dragonfly

Death by DragonflyFascinating composition , pictoral and literature ! An amazing capture , so detailed and colourful
Regards Mary
25/05/2009 - 7:33 PM

Clematis Josephine

Clematis  JosephineAgree with Scott , this is a lovely image and it would be great to see it larger to appreciate the detail
Mary
25/05/2009 - 12:36 PM

Setting sun

Setting sunI much prefer this image , saturation is just right and the light quality is so lovely , beautiful details on the water and boulders in the f/g and the distant islands add a lovely touch of interest
Mary
20/03/2009 - 9:46 AM

Burning Skies

Burning SkiesA super quality , like the light especially around the sun and the clouds close to it. I might have had the sun slightly more to the left as it seems just a wee bit too central. A beautiful image very well handled
Regards Mary