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26/10/2011 - 8:37 PM

Splashing about is fun

Splashing about is funFab Triptech Char, if displayed in this format I would consider 'flipping ' the image on the right. Also, it would be really great if you could make the line on the background of the two outer images be level. Only a nit-pick but I know you won't mind me saying.. I am your favourite sis after all !!!! Sylv XXX
14/07/2011 - 1:30 PM

The Cheesemaker

The CheesemakerSuper image that I feel could be made even stronger by darkening the light above his head. I feel it distarcts away from the subject who is superbly lit and it will make the viewer concentrate more on his detail. Hope you do not mind me saying, just trying to help, Sylv.
08/11/2010 - 6:06 PM

Jesse Hughes

Jesse HughesThis guy looks a great character. I find that his tattoes are 'fighting' in the picture with the wallpaper. Would like to see a pic of him with plain background, Sylv. Just a suggestion, please don't be offended.
08/11/2010 - 5:58 PM

Eastgate, Chester

Eastgate, ChesterCongrats, no converging verticals. From the small image, this looked as if it was a bit 'Lawrie' alike. Sure you could have a play about with it to give it a really good effect, like his paintings. Sylv.
19/01/2010 - 3:16 PM

Mirage

MirageWhat a fantastic burst of colour and so full of energy. Really like your composition. If possible, it may be worth trying to tone down the sunlit part of the model's nose to remove the distraction there. ( hope you don't mind me suggesting that ) Sylv.
24/06/2009 - 8:29 AM

Faded glory

Faded gloryBarbs, thanks for your suggestion-it works really well now I have 'removed' it... Why not take two images ( with a tripod) with two different focal points and merge them so both are in focus... Just a thought. Really like the shapes and colours in this,Sylv.
24/06/2009 - 7:52 AM

Grey Wolf

Grey WolfI think that you need to check your saturation, especially the greens on this image. On my screen they are very vivid and your wolf looks pinky. . Very hard to get both the eye and nose in focus but looks like you have achieved this. Worth getting the colours right or even putting it into B & W. Sylv. Don't be offended as I am only being honest & trying to help as I have been helped on this site, many times. Sylv.
05/06/2009 - 10:23 AM

Moonrise over Egremont

Moonrise over EgremontV1 for me. Why not try a tall, narrow crop with just the middle part as the railing will create a really great dramatic feel to it. Hope you don't think i am being cheeky... Thanks for your comment on my fox pic - yes, i made a new layr, desaturated and then erased over the area I wanted the colour in. Sylv.
23/03/2009 - 10:41 AM

Bluey

BlueySome nice detail but perhaps a bit too much saturation on your blues. Worth placing a higher up piece of branch, above where the feed is so you can shoot them sat on that before they drop down to the food. That way, the food is not in the shot.Sylv.
08/09/2008 - 8:13 AM

Stately pile!

Stately pile!Lovely warm and hence, romantic feel to this. Shadows are great. Would loose the menu on the table under light and perhaps get the bride to look a bit more relaxed-maybe lie the other way,with her head closer to groom with legs outstretched and shoes dangling in left hand. Just a suggestion not a fault, please don't take this the wrong way. Good to be a bit different & put your own stamp on things, Sylv.
08/05/2008 - 8:27 AM

Fen Sky 4

Fen Sky 4Bradley, may I suggest you try a 'letterbox' style with this super image as I really think it will work well. Sylv. Maybe worth revisting and getting down a bit lower so the trees are all silhouetted, even better if you get a good sunset there with the ornage/red sky behind.