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april mood 4

april mood 4 by pascalg

Now this is................. Amazing !

Framing and colours are superb, she looks beautifully dressed and totally disengaged to the camera. It looks like advertorial picture, it has such a professional feel in it.
Would I change something? yes and please don't mind for me saying so. I'd exchange the chair back (which looks good too) with a classic guitar in that shade of colours.

If April is here and it's bright, go on, sing it.
Can I vote it twice? lol


Mongol by musky

Rich tradition as it is shown here very well. Did you choose black and white to minimise the impact of the person(s) behind him? It would look nice in colour too I believe. Thanks for uploading.


A9 YAD by kombizz

It might be coincidence, right?

Big Wheel

Big Wheel by chrissie3

Roll baby roll Smile


Freedom by clausaresu

ma, certo! lol

Ducati and Ferrari , or walking with Grandpa.

Ducati and Ferrari , or walking with Grandpa. by kuvailija

well spotted!

I like V3 the most , look how the child disappears in the shadow of his granddad!


Lord of all he surveys

Lord of all he surveys by RosinaMay

Welcome on board Rosina.

I like the fact that you present this picture in black and white. Good tones of shadow are recorded. Bravo.
My only suggestion would be to crop a bit from the space above the farmer.
Consider for a moment the current setting of the elements in the picture.
It shows land and the farmer in the bottom half and an almost empty sky on the other half.
Does this sound doing justice to the importance of the farmer in your frame?
Especially in square frames unless you shoot geometrical patterns avoid splitting your image in two parts
split it in 3 horizontal or vertical parts and place your main subject to any two superficial stripes of your frame
avoiding the very middle one.


Green Splash

Green Splash by sweetart79


The composition looks fine to me. I think the issue is the focusing and it might be case that the lens focused on the glass rather than the ink/food colour.

For an unconventional effect turn the picture upside down.


One headlight

One headlight by NatureMom

Hello from me Mary.

I don't think the light does any favour to your picture, it's bleak in a huge proportion of the picture.
I have skimmed through the above comments, I don't look at the technicalities as much.

I understand no-one suggested you to get much closer and shoot details of this truck.
Well, I see some vivid colour near the headlamp so I would go really close and shoot it.
I mean as close as one step away from the truck;
thus the detail would occupy most, if not all, of the frame. I suggest you visit again and you shoot:
Headlight and indicator, indicator and vents, grille, name badge. On their own.


For the light

For the light by LouiseTopp

I don't know what you have manipulated here and I think the site recognised your camera as a K30 DSLR. I want to believe that the only manipulation was the frame around it. The colour is splendid and the flare is charming here.
Well done.

Simply Red

Simply Red by ubaruch

I like the colours but I would heavily crop from both sides -left and right- and keep just the two red flowers and their closest stem.

Head and shoulders

Head and shoulders by Southwstudio

I should say for a tenner that's an awesome lens Smile

be beautiful

be beautiful by atenytom

For a moment I thought this was taken in Cuba....

If we consider this a documentary picture I would not have any problem with the middle man with the black baseball cap. He spoils the image for me to be honest. I'd suggest to crop him out entirely.

It seems that the shaving is almost done, no foam left on the sitter's face. Given a few seconds earlier I might had gone lower and shoot upwards at about a 45 degrees angle to contain just the barber and his client.


april mood 2

april mood 2 by pascalg


I normally ignore issues of focusing in pictures, framing is more important to me and here we have an example of great framing and mislead focusing altogether.
The April mood seems to me failed to find its way to the final image. The attention grabbing sharp hair are to the left and the top of the frame and I wonder if my vision has worsen even more. Unless this is April's fool prank, lol.

Moral lesson of the story, focus manually.

Great Spotted Woodpecker

Great Spotted Woodpecker by Myathebirdwatcher999

Mya, you have shot far more pictures of birds than I have. So I can't offer you any advice on this subject.

I can tell you though to attempt to replicate the shape of your subject when you are framing your picture.


black is the new green

black is the new green by MartaHari

Ermmmm as ''blonde is the new brunette'' ?

Great light, shadows and shapes.


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