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Larobe 05

Larobe 05 by MarkScheider

A kudo is well deserved here. The shot is original from several points view. It catches attention through its humour, the interplay of its colours, the unusual posture and eye contact of the subject, the way it uses light, and even its suggestive underlying glamour. I also appreciate how the eye falls her shoes. Just great photography. Cheers, Paul


Foxton by elainecll

Lovely setting with a multitude of appealing colours. Furthermore, capturing action, as you have done, adds life to the image. The one suggestion I have is to reduce brightness, especially the sun's. I think your image would improve over and above what you have done. Grin Paul


Friends by mille19

Absolutely excellent street photography! All elements in this image contribute to the shot's interest, but in fact it is the capture of your main subject that makes it is rather exceptional, among the best of this kind, I am convinced. Regards, Paul

spiral staircase

spiral staircase by MAK54

Nicely done, not just from an aesthetic point of view, but from a technical angle as well. Your data marks this shot as well executed, indeed. Regards, Paul

wind of dreams

wind of dreams by cristinavenedict

Rather intriguing portrait, the angle , the background, and yet it all works quite well, essentially because you have caught the attention of your subject and, at the same time, communicated it to the viewer. The result is a portrait with a very pleasant depth. Nicely done, Paul


lady by antofra1

What a great portrait! You have caught, it seems to me, the essence of this person, a woman and yet so fragile. Could even be better with a small crop above the head to lead the eye away from the lamp. The brightness of the window and the right arm might be toned down a bit, but you've got something exceptional here. Regards, Paul


Bittersweet by VisualPoems

Troubling, all the more so because of the contrasting paleness of her skin colour with her hair and the background setting. Very nicely done. Regards, Paul

Leicester Sq Tube Station

Leicester Sq Tube Station by Chrism8

Not sure this shot needs much more simply because the addition of any another element would break up the absolutely vertiginous feel you have captured here. True, these are geometric lines, but they do capture the sense of isolation, if not void, one would feel in architectural creation of this sort. It is why, in a symbolic way, the gates are necessary here. Regards, Paul


Kerryanne by kelvin2

What does it take to create a successful portrait? I think we have an answer here and it seems to reside in the expressive interaction between eyes and mouth. Naturally one is immediately taken by this set of beautiful eyes, but more so by the unexpressed message, that graces your subject's lips. Looking closely at your portrait, I think you have given it a tilt that produces emotion and makes for a rather troubling, unforgettable portrait. Regards, Paul

Man on stairs

Man on stairs by KingBee

Excellent composition playing on two aspects, the stillness of the geometric lines and the man's motion. Actually, motion is subdued and seems to become a suggestion while the lines, symmetric as they are, acquire the forcefulness of an abstract photograph. What an eye for composition. Regards, Paul


Sarah by Rossi208

Rather delightful, high in colour portrait depicting the essence of youthfulness through a troubling eye contact. Is it possible to improve on such perfection? Perhaps, by lightening the dark shadow areas, especially under the chin and here and there elsewhere where darker spots appear. The cheek-rouge is a twinge heavy, but who complains, this is more than charming. Regards, Paul

Out of Office

Out of Office by Scaramanga

Fantastic idea, could be a Magritte painting. Photographically speaking, draping your subject as you have gives motion to a static subject above which the slightly blurry balloon appears to move upwards. Similarly, the deliciously unexpected paper boats provide depth and seem to interact with the balloon and it's red colour thus offering a scene where nature and human nature appear to be in perpetual conflict. Thus, as in Magritte, an idea rises out of an incongruous setting. Bravo!
Regard, Paul

Dragan Portrait

Dragan Portrait by andriyphotography

What a composition lesson! The cigarette smoke being a key element, it occupies the middle left quarter. Just above the cigarette, the nose and eyeglasses act as the central focus underlining the pair of forceful eyes glancing left, right in the direction of the viewer.The crop is exactly where it should because it adds strength to the scene and its tonal qualities. It might be argued the eyes need to be defined a bit more clearly, but I would reply this is what gives depth to the man's glance. Absolutely great, love it! 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 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

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