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A good try, but sharpness has let you down and that is due to the wide aperture and depth of field. You are very close, so, at f2,8 the depth sharp will be a millimetre or so, just the one!
Now that's what I call rapid learning. Your own mod shows a huge improvement on the original. Just shows what can be achieved when you look and think. Well done.
Potential is superb, but I hope you took a few more. You needed a slight move to the right to remove the buildings, then an exposure with just a little less steam, or the cloud in a slightly different place. The steam does look pretty general, and possibly better definition is going to be very difficult, but you do need to see her a bit better.
Well seen and presented, but the bird on the left has to go. I do wish you would put your logo in a corner.
A nice image in difficult conditions. Looks just a little HDR - is it? If so, the control is good. Plenty of internal lighting but very warm as the blue of the windows confirms. However, for me, natural.
You don't put it in the critique section. But why bother with voting? Critique is much more use.
We shall see what others say, but I really would kick that tone mapping into toch and bring it out when it is really needed. The mono here is just so much better to look at. Unfortunately, 4 very different shots and I prefer them one at a time. V2 looks a bit flat and under exposed, but the right edge looks OK.
This does not need HDR. The tonal range is within sensor tollerence other than the street lights, which should be bright.
This has potential. Nice and tight but a ciuple of points. Everything very pastel. The main tulip bloom could have dobe to be a bit stronger colour.
If you must use HDR, and I would not have done here, you must not use presets. You need great care and control. This looks HDR and the sky is patchy. You have a really nice image here, just process it normally and use HDR when it is really needed, which is rarely.
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