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Great subject nicely seen, felt it had a torch to much space around the ship, and the sharpness was a little to hard, have uploaded a mod with a small crop and a little blur just to soften the image around the ship, also a play with levels on the ships white paint.
I like this shot a lot (V1), for me the only problem area is the tight composition where the lads head is crop off, but apart from that the composition, exposure, pastel colors, and grain/noise are just great.
Again you have no description so not sure what you are after with your above photograph, from your comments on your last photo I am assuming that you are after the aged effect. If so then it does not matter how old the photograph is it still needs a certain basic quality and in this case I feel the light is just way to flat and don,t really see what the subject matter is.
To be honest I don,t see to much wrong with your exposure, you should see some of mind, it is very unusual to get the prefect exposure to fit every shot that is why we have PS or similar.
Nice enough composition, but not too keen on your choice of color looks almost like color neg film from a long forgotten camera that as been through the airport xray a few times. Have uploaded a mod where I have tried to correct the color cast with levers & warm-up filters.
Nice enough photo with a interesting subject, but the white umbrella pole is cutting your photo in half so for me it needs to go. Have uploaded a mod where I have cloned out the pole to show you the difference.
All the neg points as been said above so won,t repeat, but have to say nice location and bet you would have had a different photo if it was taken in Autumn.
Very nice desert photo, but agree with Paul with his comments about the figures being just that little too small within the photo. Also the exposure could be taken down a wee bit and that would give the picture additional impact, but of course the problem with that would be a increase of your fringing problem. Just a thought if you have PS you could try and clone it out, mind you not sure if the end result will be any better but it is worth a try.
I quite understand why you went for the photograph, and what you had to work with you did a good job. Just wondering if you shot it in color or just B&W?? Because I notice you shot it in RAW,if it is in color then maybe you might be able to do something about bringing out some detail from the mountain side.
A lovely capture of a moment in time, with a nice sunset, now I think I understand why you wanted to keep the sun in your picture with the birds looking straight up at it with lovely affect. But am uncomfortable with the branches lying across the sun, they just don,t belong there, have uploaded a mod with small crop to hide some of the branches and cloned out the rest, but have to admit the photo seems empty without the sun.
Prefect subject & composition from a mono photograph, yes I do like the way the grass leads you onwards into the house, for me maybe a bit more movement with the grass. Have also uploaded a mod where I crop out some very over exposed clouds at the top of your shot, as well as a slight increase in the contrast.
I do like this photo, there is something alive about it, sort of like an expense Christmas Card, lovely exposure between the train & snow.
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