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Crane Court  Fleet Street London

Crane Court Fleet Street London by photozinemag

This blend or encounter between past and present is essential to architectural shots. Furthermore, I do not see any problems in incorporating traces of daily life, it all makes for a very lively shot. Only one compositional aspect needs to be slightly modified: reduce some of the foreground, just before the archway, perhaps. otherwise I just love the tonal quality and geometric lines that grace your shot. Regards,
Paul

THAT NAG IS DOG FOOD!

THAT NAG IS DOG FOOD! by Tish1

A vivid and emotional capture of an individual totally absorbed by what he reads. Furthermore, I think you shot reveals more than one facet of the subject's pesonality. Removing the top left element should be easy and would make the shot even more eye-catching. Perfect photography, just the same! Regards,
Paul

startled

startled by shoestring

The subject is not alone in being startled, we are as well, primarily because of the way you have chosen to reveal the scene, placing the main focus right on the subject. Furthermore, the contrast between expression and body decoration is just as vivid in producing the enotion. Nice stuff! Regards,
Paul

Beauty spot

Beauty spot by christabella

Nicely done! Street Photography is about catching an instant, and you have it right on with, in addition, a backdrop that interplays nicely with the subject. The esposure compensation seems just right to bring out details. The capture being as it is, the question remains, would you want to straighten and crop out ceiling and sign? Not sure, I think the scene is perfect as it stands because a contact with the phographer is evident. Furthermore, the no-smoking sign in the corner is just another comment on the scene since one of the subjeccts is obviously smoking. Lovely. Regards,
Paul

hayloft

hayloft by whatriveristhis

Lovely contrasts, and, I should add, a rather dynamic shot in that your composition seems to cascade downwards, thus giving it a semi-abstract look. Great stuff. Regards,
Paul

washing & preparing the gondola

washing & preparing the gondola by pascalg

I found this Site on the Net, it takes apart the price paid for a cruise aboard. Interesting, but at this rate, I'll skip it and admire your photograph.
http://europeforvisitors.com/venice/articles/gallivanting_by_gondola.htm

Choir

Choir by chataigner

Of course, Moira's comments to improve this shot are right on and would make out of a rather good capture, an exceptional shot. I am really taken by the way you have caught the central figure, who in this sense sets the mood for the rest of the choir. Thus the question of balance and cropping becomes even more necessary. Regards,
Paul

street jazz

street jazz by pascalg

I agree with you, this is the way to proceed in Venice! Now for the photograph, I appreciate your capture. The foreground is great, though I would have liked to see a little more background: 1) more San Marco, to recognize the setting, 2) more of the crowd to appreciate your description. Now, I do appreciate the reminder of one of my favourite places in the world. Regards,
Paul

Wander and Wonder

Wander and Wonder by woolybill1

Nicely caught! The important thing is that the scene's geometric pattern and the figure meld into one composition that blurs reality and places you figure in a world that is timeless. Bravo for your excellent eye. Regards,
Paul

Three girls, one goat.

Three girls, one goat. by Gemo52

A delightful street photography shot that not only stages the unusual, but catches the moment as if this shot's interest was at once that of the onlooker and of the children in the scene. Well done,
Paul

Beach Trees

Beach Trees by almiles

What a visual treat! You have moved photography close to painting and painting close to photography. This is an astonishing use of tonal controls to create this superb image. Bravo,
Paul

Ali

Ali by pranagal

Lovely subject, indeed! Part of the problem is that she is so lovely there is a tendency to lose sight of the photograph. Noting terribly wrong, but the 90 degree angle of her left arm and hand is slightly obtrusive Similarly, her hand, knuckles, fingernails require a bit of cleaning up, or at the very least a different positioning so the light does not strike as it does. Perhaps, if her hair were drawn back and did not cover as much hand! This said, I can only join the other viewers with my own pleasant satisfaction of a well-executed portrait. Regards,
Paul

lutka

lutka by MyOwnWonderland

No doubt this is well-executed,but I have a question regarding the subject's shadow. To me, at any rate, it detracts from the dream-like atmosphere because it takes a moment to sort out the double (doppelgänger) image. You can check the impact on the chin area that receives some of he darkest shadows on the face, thus shadow and chin seem to blend. Would an elongated shadow have done the trick? On the whole though, the dream-like quality is essentially produced by the foreground. This works quite well, especially through your fine B&W composition. Regards,
Paul

fence

fence by basith

Very impressive! A great eye for composition since it plays on all visual aspects to create a rather lively shot which, otherwise, might have been rather banal. Bravo and regards,
Paul

Apartments & Garages

Apartments & Garages by tom2malta2

Visually, an interesting and striking shot. Its geographical location might have explained the strong emphasis on blue colour. Was it like that in the original view? Regardless, I am quite taken by its massive architectural aspect. Regards,
Paul

Grenouiile on gard

Grenouiile on gard by jadus

Very well captured, without question. Your caption is necessary to understand the shot. I might have thought this is a Romanian beggar's child, and the grenouille might have appeared by chance. Are we not in France, or are we? At any rate, I share your enthusiasm for the Tour (Thank you Britain for the massive interest), and thank you for the caption, it made me smile. Regards,
Paul

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