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12/10/2011 - 1:40 PM

Britcar

BritcarNicely done. Good to see the ND filter worked out well. I am surprised more people don't do this TBH. Such a good way to get a slower shutter speed for panning. It's good panning technique, though the composition doesn't quite work for me - a bit too central, and the two BMWs in the background, while adding context, just don't quite sit right to my eye. If the Aquila was more left of the frame (yes, breaking the rule by heading out!) and there was a little less space at the bottom and more at the top, it would be even better.
Dave
30/11/2009 - 4:47 PM

Touch...

Touch...It's good idea, but it looks awkward to me. The arm/hand positions for both arms don't look natural. While the lighting and focus gives a dreamlike effect, overall it just doesn't quite work for me.
There's also a slightly heavy shadow across the underside of her face that distracts slightly - it's harsh compared to the rest of the scene.
16/11/2009 - 8:10 PM

Goldfinch

GoldfinchGreat detail and background. Really make it stand out. Nice pose and well done for getting the catchlight as well.

However, it's still just a bird on a wire (no pun intended!) while it's well done, it's worth trying to push the boundaries a bit and see if you can't get something different.
15/11/2009 - 6:15 PM

Whitby Sunrise

Whitby SunriseA very good sky, but needs more detail in the foreground to really make it work well. I'd have put the bench closer to the bottom left corner as well. At the moment, that space seems wasted.
Dave