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I think the slight under exposure actually helps here by darkening the sky. I might dodge the tree a bit to lift it compositionally, but I would like it off centre. Very old fashioned, I know, but I think it woukd balance better akthough there is a very strong equilateral triangle effect as presented.
Technically well done but all very side on with jo real compositiobal link. A more three quarter viewpoint would add impact, but result in depth of field issues, but if the sharp point were the eyes, I think it would work.
Willie covers it. For me, the log is the subject as it is totally dominent, but then it is not terribly interesting. The waterfall is small and in a corner. I am happy for the waterfall to be the background, but you could do with something a bit better as the focal point. A membef of tge family, right bottom third, looking towards the waterfall?
You are a touch over exposed and not terribly sharp. The shutter speed is too slow for hand holding at the focal length used. You needed a touch less exposure, half a stop or so, then, if the light was low, go to 400ISO. I will regularly use up to ISO400 with the expectation of high quality. I think twice before going much higher, but sharp with a bit of grain is better than smooth but blurred.
Very strange effect. Looks like a studio shot with a rather over lit white backfround and a lack of light on the dog resulting in excessively high contrast. I think there is quite a lot of sensor flare from that bright white and that is where the magenta comes from.
You have the best gear, but this should be pin sharp and it is not. Almost certainly camera movement with too low shutter speed. Technically, this would not do and if the whole batch are like that, you will not hear from them.
Not bad at all, and I like the tight crop. The lighting is not ideal. Rather flat giving low contrast and mainly mid tone grey which causes that flat effect. You need a bit more light to brighten things up, but a touch of extra contrast here will help.
Technically excellent, compositionally not quite so good. The eyes are in the right half and looking right. That is thus not a balanced image. You need to consider composition as well as technical issues.
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