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paulbroad's Gallery Comments
The EXIF would help others. The quality is excellent and the single thistle head makes an ideal focal point. It is a touch small and not compositionally in the right place.
I assume you didn't use a tripod. It needs to be sharper and with less of the blurry light trails. The result is a bit of a confusing image. The WB is wrong. Why flourescent? You would have been better in mixed lighting using Auto WB and make any colour balance changes later.
A strong immediate impact.
This is, simply, a pictorial record. Shows exactly what it needs if you want a record of such farm implements. Even then I would crop top and bottom to remove the wasted space.
Might have a lot of general photomexperience, but I still have sonething to learn on the digital processing front! The square crop is a great improvement the the other tiny tweaks on Willies mod make quite a difference. I had noticed the eye reflections but, as they were in balance, I left them. I should not have done, and the slightly brighter skin tones lift things out of proportion.
We have a subject and the composition is quite good. You have some technical issues again I fear. I would have stayed with color. shades of green do not take kindly to mono unless very carefully handled.
Technically well done again. This one seems to lack impact and I think that is due to there being no strong color. That also results in the liquid being less visible. Would a toned neutral background add impact i wonder. I understand the use of pure white, but I think you should then use much stronger transparent complimentary colors as liquid.
This is pretty good. Catches the eye and your treatment, and you have used some, concentrates the eyes on the sharp vehicles. There is just a bit too much on the right with the focal point dead center. Cropping right gives a square format as you cannot remove top or bottom. possibly a slightly different viewpoint in the first place to fill the frame with a more diagonal composition.
That is so much better. Nice when we get someone in this section who is so obviously learning. Most compact cameras will actually focus very close indeed, but some bridge cameras have poor macro. My Canon SX40 for example.
Your comments are interesting in a none photographic way. Could be something interesting underneath the shed?
Strange processing? The image is fine with good composition. A first class pictorial record. V2 is not bad at all. Just lift the contrast a touch abnd a slight sharpen.