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Head to head at bathtime.

Head to head at bathtime. by JaneAnne

All is said in the previous comment. Indeed, what a masterful portrait. Regards,


Eros by DeLone

I'm sure you meant the martyrdom of Saint Sebastian?

Big Eyes (shoot on film)

Big Eyes (shoot on film) by PaulPhotography

Curiously interesting street shot! At least, it speaks a number of things. The eyes are wide open, but the countenance is sad, as opposed to the person who caught the photographer. Why, perhaps the snow on the ground reminds of Winter, and the spilled garbage of dirty cityscapes created by unnecessary cuts. Great shot at any rate.

Sisterly Love

Sisterly Love by LibKerr4

How touching! Well done. Regards Grin

Dance of Alchemy

Dance of Alchemy by paulbaybutphotography

Extraordinary photography! I appreciate at once the staging and the photographic technique. There is just one point that strikes me, and I'm probably the only one, the subject's head seems to be pasted on. A delicate problem to be sure, and I'm not certain as to what creates this impression. The transition from skin to silver, perhaps, so that I'm wondering if showing a little more skin colour under the chin, perhaps even to include half the neck would not solve this. Regardless, I am really impressed by your work.Regards Grin


Jenny by jwc66uk

The arm is a bit too tense in this otherwise well executed portrait. Wink


Rhianna by bailey73

Yes indeed, you've placed the emphasis on the softness of the pink wool leading to a beautiful, just as soft face. A very delightful portrait. Bravo!


Portrait by ladigit

I agree with the previous statement. What a delightful portrait! The eyes and the smile say it all about this person. Bravo!

Shooting the Past

Shooting the Past by Otinkyad

What an interesting concept, so well executed. Bravo!

Liverpool Central library

Liverpool Central library by Rorymac

Architecturally impressive construction beautifully taken. Bravo!Grin

Through glance

Through glance by laantre

Difficult to decide, the original one or banehawi's mod. While it is true technically the photograph benefits from more exposure, I am taken by the way the original shot deepens the concentration on the eyes and thus underlines the author's comment. One way or the other I think the shot truthfully illustrates a fascinating point of view regarding portraits. Grin

Slipping Away

Slipping Away by freewilluk

Not only do we have an exquisite description of the area (for which I thank you), but also a photograph that speaks of a great ability to catch a scene. "Slipping Away" appears to be the correct title as the scene truly depicts what is to happen, and does it in brilliant colours. The highlights on the right side are quite bright, but they do add a reality factor that does not detract in any way. Bravo! Grin


Madeline by Ll371

Very striking portrait! As I view it on my monitor, it seems to need a little work on the edges. A tiny bit if darkening, perhaps, but the effect is stupendous. Bravo!Grin

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

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