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PhilipHowe's Activity

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Easy!!!!!.....lol

Easy!!!!!.....lol by brownstonechip

As per one of your other photos - A good capture. However, the wheels look as though they are still, too still for me. I think to see them with a bit of motion would have been better, try a different aperture. Also, a little more space on the right and below would add to the motion and drama by giving the action somewhere to go or fall in to and add to the drama.

I think adding these elements would change this one in particular from a great capture to a potential purchase.

MAD!!!!!!!

MAD!!!!!!! by brownstonechip

A good capture. However, the wheels look as though they are still, too still for me. I think to see them with a bit of motion would have been better, try a different aperture. Also, a little more space on the right and below would add to the motion and drama by giving the action somewhere to go or fall in to and add to the drama.

silver

silver by annaliese

I don't mind 2, except you have lightened her top to the extent that it has gone see through. If you could darken that area back in, I think it would look better.

Outlook

Outlook by JamesH81

I really like the black and white one, however, have you tried inverting the sky? I think it's too dark, but if the black was white and the white was black, it would be better balanced.

Wonderland

Wonderland by DannyLenihan

I really like both images, nice light etc, and I'm a big fan of open space. I love the black and white one, and also really like the colour, however, the background on the colour one distracts me. Have you considered using the backdrop from your black and white conversion, with the colour version of the model and the chair?

I think that would, for me, make the best shot.

Well done.

TopicDate Contibuted
Day printing at show,,30/05/2012 - 1:49 PM
Studio Kit09/05/2012 - 2:46 PM
STUDIO LIGHTING ADVICE PLEASE ANYONE.09/05/2012 - 2:32 PM
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Upgrading my Lens and Camera28/10/2011 - 4:14 PM
I need a quality compact! Which one?27/10/2011 - 3:11 PM
Bad Wedding Photographer08/09/2011 - 10:32 AM

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