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psiman's Gallery Comments

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Born To Be Wild by widtink

Born To Be Wild

Wow if I was new to digital photography and didn't have any imaging software and yet still produced a shot like this I'd be dead chuffed! I much prefer these sorts of documentary shots to posed portraits and love the contrast between the two hairy biker dudes engrossed in conversation and the envious/curious onlookers in the background. I've just bought "The Great LIFE Photographers" book and this wouldn't look out of place in there!

Possibly as suggested increasing the contrast and darkening the top of the sky a tad might work but I think its a brilliant image as it is!

(can you tell I like this a lot!)

Simon

By: widtink

Face at the window by kenphotographer

Face at the window

I prefer V2 though possibly with a bit more contrast. Its a shame about the window in the background, without that I think this would have been a cracking image.

By: kenphotographer

Jaipur II by jonathanbp

Jaipur II

Lovely image, with excellent exposure and lots of detail. Bet it would make a great mono print!

By: jonathanbp

Ladybower Ice by andy_AHG

Ladybower Ice

Wow, nothing more to say really!

By: andy_AHG

Patrick Brontė & The Luddites by andy_AHG

Patrick Brontė & The Luddites

Superb image and fantastic conversion.

By: andy_AHG

Harmonies .. by Nick_w

Harmonies ..

Great shot and excellent mono teratment giving an unusal for a well photographed image. Have you tried rotating it slightly clockwise, as to me it appears to be tilted down to the LHS?

By: Nick_w

Another World by ianrobinson

Another World

Version 2 is fan-bloody-tastic!

By: ianrobinson

My Comfort Zone by SlowSong

My Comfort Zone


Quote: oh !!! YES!!!!

I'll have what she's having! Wink

By: SlowSong

Boozy Night by gjfereday

Boozy Night

Funny this doesn't work me as I either expect this to be a golden beer or if B&W then Guinness!

Simon

By: gjfereday

Hartland Quay 2 by ianrobinson

Hartland Quay 2

V1 for me as well and with the sharpening halo removed it will be a stunner!

Simon

By: ianrobinson

Here's Lookin' Atcha by Goggz

Here's Lookin' Atcha

You should have posted this on the 31st of October, put me right off my tea! Excellent, if terrifying, image.

By: Goggz

Buddha At The Chocolate Box by Goggz

Buddha At The Chocolate Box

This is a real stunner Pete and even better as a print!

By: Goggz

Norwegien vampire pair. by tedtoop

Norwegien vampire pair.

From the title I thought this should have been posted in the Glamour section Wink

By: tedtoop

The Godspot by psiman

The Godspot

Thanks everybody for your votes and comments.

Simon

By: psiman

Sinuosity by psiman

Sinuosity

Thanks for all your comments and votes.

Simon

By: psiman

Emergence by psiman

Emergence

Thanks everyone for your kind comments

Simon

By: psiman

Penmon Rocks by psiman

Penmon Rocks

Thanks for all your comments and votes.

Simon

By: psiman

Peppercorns by NikLG

Peppercorns

Like it, I've done something similar but the detail in yours is much better.

By: NikLG

Simply Red by psiman

Simply Red

Thanks for all your kind comments, much appreciated.

Simon

By: psiman

LG1 - II by xanda

LG1 - II

Excellent work, the only slight issue I have is with the white line down the centre of the picture which at first glance gives the impression that its a shot of a 2 page magazine spread. But then maybe that was the intention?

Simon

By: xanda

Dried Lemon Close up by John_Fields

Dried Lemon Close up

Hi John,

I'm no still life expert but personally this falls betwen two stools: its not sufficiently close to concentrate on the detail in the lemon slices nor on the other hand does it capture all of the bowl and the left hand slice.

Hope this helps,

Simon

By: John_Fields

Storm Force 10 by brian1208

Storm Force 10

Hi Brian,

Kudos for managing to get such a shot in these conditions. I love the composition, especially the arc of the posts receding into the background. Personally I do find the image rather flat and I think I'd have had a go at boosting the brightness and contrast using Levels or Curves adjustment layers.

Simon

By: brian1208

A bomb by fb101

A bomb

Very good but it could have been even better if the model was wearing a bikini.

By: fb101

Oranges on time by EOSman

Oranges on time

I'm not sure what you're trying to achieve here as this appears to just be an arbitrary still life arrangement of what I'm afraid me to are unrelated objects. Its difficult to be sure but the watches appear a little soft on my monitor.

By: EOSman

Cotton Wool Mine by VintageRed

Cotton Wool Mine

Those clouds are fabulous. To be honest on my monitor the foreground colours appear to be over saturated.

Simon

By: VintageRed

Harbour Entrance by nyami

Harbour Entrance

Super shot of a dramatic sea. Personally I'd be tempted to try it in letterbox format to avoid some of the less interesting foreground detail and sky.

Simon

By: nyami

and the dogs come to by eonisuk

and the dogs come to

Nobody does "eccentric" as well as we Brits!

Simon

By: eonisuk

Brantwood Sunset by kathersmith

Brantwood Sunset

What a super shot, well composed and with a lovely subtle range of colours.

Simon

By: kathersmith

mastermind by Uppercut

mastermind

Excellent and powerful shot, glad he's not a proctologist though Wink

Simon

By: Uppercut

Pioneer Run 2008 no3 by eonisuk

Pioneer Run 2008 no3

What a character, nicely matching the elegant look of the bike (actually he reminds me a bit of Ned Flanders from the Simpsons). Just a shame about the Transit in the background.

Simon

By: eonisuk