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23/07/2009 - 6:29 PM

The eyes say it all!!

The eyes say it all!!nice picture, the lighting seems quite harsh, I would be tempted to pop a bit of fill in flash there, just to even things out a bit. I like the crop personally.
09/07/2009 - 10:53 PM

Window light wedding

Window light weddingLovely portrait and very sensual curves. The shadow on the right side of her nose (well her left, picture right) is the only distraction.
08/05/2009 - 9:20 PM

fleur solitaire

fleur solitaireunderexposed. +1EV to get better contrast. Also, light too harsh.
24/04/2009 - 11:52 PM

Charlie Chaplin (Big Ben)

Charlie Chaplin (Big Ben)A bit too dim/low contrast to be useful, but a good grabshot nevertheless. Some may give suggestions on how to rescue the central figure to create more 'depth' but I would suggest different camera settings next time to create a crisp, clear image against a blurred background. As you don't give your camera settings I can't specify, but basically, a slightly higher exposure needed (+ o.3 or 0.6), contrast boosted (afterwards), and good focus on the central subject. The whites in this picture that are important are his glove - you can let the sky and background burn out. Probably could have got away with a larger aperture.
04/09/2008 - 8:50 PM

Faithful friend

Faithful friendnice shot, but I'm afraid I have a couple of niggles too. It would be easy to clone out the lead clip - but I would be tempted to try again and get a direct look. Tip I got from Paul Walkers book - balance a treat on the lens hood!
15/08/2008 - 11:33 PM

Black Shadow

Black Shadowgood attempt, the dog looks a bit too passive though, and the effect is quite strong - if you had saved the original pic as a background layer I'd be saying, reduce the opacity of this to about 60% so the processing effect isn't so storng.

THe other thing is a bit more eagerness/longing in the dogs eyes, tilting upwards towards the camera more...

lovley dog though!
01/08/2007 - 10:47 PM

Spiral

SpiralThis is lovely. I find the frame a little heavy for the subject, would prefer it about half that width.