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En noir

En noir by 6x4_photography

Absolutely stunning photograph! The two planes work so well together, that is a background creating a spectacular depth of field against which your subject stands out. I won't mention the excellent juxtaposition of colours. Perfect, in my eyes. Regards, Paul

Fashionable Carla

Fashionable Carla by SteveBaz

Great overall portrait catching the viewer's attention through an excellent facial rendering, but I am a bit puzzled by the strangeness of the subject's right hand. I can see she is holding something (?), but the thumb and half-index seem to interfere with what I consider to be a first-class portrait. Regards, Paul

Liberty

Liberty by DeLone

Nicely done, but absolutely terrifying! Paul

Legs .............................

Legs ............................. by morpheus1955

I really like the pose, the legs of your subjects do indeed become the central focus. The staircase with its various lines does add a great deal to this view. I was going to add why not lessen the focus on the background, but really having included strong tree lines seems to work in your favour. Regards, Paul

Great grey owl

Great grey owl by kathrynlouise

I can see why most viewers would hesitate between one and the other version, both are rather interesting. I would go for the colour version because the yellow of the owl's eyes favours a dramatic, piercing look. Now for version 2, it seems to me the eyes are a little more inset as the eye-line does not seem to concentrate as much energy. Regards, Paul

Adriana

Adriana by RobertTurley

Rather interesting photograph where the overall colouration favours a deep focus an the face and especially the eyes of your subject. I also found the correlation between eyes and mouth to be rather moving, thus adding an even more compelling aspect. Regards, Paul

Autumn joy

Autumn joy by jenbrooke1

Lovely, without a question. I just wanted to comment on the ideal use of a square format. Regards, Paul

Selkie with Fox

Selkie with Fox by mariadraganphotography

Nicely done! quite successful composition on the red riding hood theme. The seriousness, the red hood capping your subject's blond hair and, of course, the bad (poor) wolf, the trunk backdrop combine to re-create the fairy-tale and elicit a smile. Loved it! Regards, Paul

Tommy

Tommy by psjekel

More than a snapshot, you have an image not only describing in detail the child's distress, but also the manner in which a child communicates willpower. Great capture! Regards, Paul

Portrait

Portrait by jamesthalakottur

I just love the intensity of this portrait! You seem to have taken the right decisions on this shoot, hence only one side of your subject's face is highlighted, reinforcing in this manner the strength of your subject's gaze while creating a story related to her personal traits. Powerful! Regards, Paul

play with me

play with me by yozi88

Nicely done! Your image tells the story as tension is created between the child and the ball. Furthermore, blurring is essential in creating movement. The child's eye contact is key here in that it is very expressive of your title. A question remains regarding the background. Should it be cropped? Probably not because of the over bright area, but really I think depth is necessary to focus on the subject and to lend some domestic drama to the scene. Lovely shot. Regards, Paul

Helen 's Portrait

Helen 's Portrait by wasper

Very striking composition! The vertical lines of the skirt prolonged by the clasped hands, the framing hair, all lead to your subject's deep eye contact. What a portrait! Regards, Paul

Life On The edge

Life On The edge by sitan1

Rather interesting shot because it plays on the usual notion of vertiginous. At first sight the window cleaners are barely visible as against this "vertiginous" shot from the base. So, one gets dizzy just looking up and catching the sight of these workman. You did well to complete the horizontal base with a strong vertical line. This is really what gives the shot its interest, if not the building's symmetry. Regards, Paul

Above & Beyond

Above & Beyond by MartinBrown

Cannot say I know a lot about vertorama, which, if I understand correctly, concerns vertical panoramas. Had a look at a few examples, particularly at http://shutterexperiments.com/2011/09/01/vertorama-vertical-panorama/
Your shot is indeed within this experimental tradition, and for a first try quite good, though it might be sharpened a bit to give it the striking depth it deserves. Thanks for you interest, and indeed for giving me the opportunity to look further. Regards, Paul

Bullheaded

Bullheaded by jdenman

Absolutely amazing shot! I blurs the frontier between reality and sculpture, thus the strangeness. Thanks for the Museo tip, a good reason to travel to Spain. Regards, Paul

Dandelion Seed Head

Dandelion Seed Head by PhilT2

Nice capture with your 70-300 mm. I particularly appreciate v1because it maintains the dandelion's softness. Regards, Paul

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