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02/05/2012 - 10:52 AM

Soggy Sunset

Soggy SunsetIf I was in that situation I think I would have tried a tighter crop on the right hand tree, cutting out some foreground, placing the tree on the right hand axis and also cutting out some negative space on the right hand side of the image, by getting in closer that would have moved the left hand tree into the image more. Curve tweak the sky, digital vignette etc
03/02/2012 - 7:42 AM

Milford Falls

Milford Fallsagree with the patterns, an engaging image... I would be inclined to give it a localised curve tweak on the forground water, and maybe in the waterfall mist. maybe a slight vingette as well ..... and get rid of the dust bunny at 3.00 Wink
08/01/2010 - 9:56 AM

Down Stairs

Down Stairsmorning Chris,

like the lead in to the rushing tide, wasn't sure about the horison but I think it needs to stay to balance to coolness of the blue sea, speaking of which it is very blue/cold looking was that the intention?
I think the foreground could be lifted a bit to enhance the textures of the wooden rails and steps. The subtle light on the life raft is a nice touch and adds further interest to the image.


Kevin
13/11/2009 - 7:46 AM

Elgol

Elgolcrickey where do i start on this one..... the atmosphere captured is simply exquisite, the long shutter creating the milky effect and the glistening foreground rocks are beautiful. Composition works nicely, stepping on the rocks through to distance right peak on the third.
The righthand side of the image does finish rather suddenly and doesn't flow as well as the left hand side, but thats being rather picky for what is a wonderful image, and in my opinion one of your best.

Top work.
22/09/2009 - 1:12 PM

sparkle eyes.

sparkle eyes.Sue,

An engaging image of your Daughter? Although there is good eye contact highlighted by the catchment in the eyes I always find with on camera flash the light tend to be flat, have you a flash unit ? or using the pop up ? also watch the backgrounds as a cleaner background can enhance the image no end.

Regards

Kevin
22/09/2009 - 9:06 AM

Wheal Coates

Wheal CoatesDRAMA.... Wink positioning of the castle is spot on and the curvature of the land taking you round to the setting sun adds to the quality compositon, the inclusion of the figures add to the grand scale of the remnants. A wee bit over sharpened on the building, I would just take the rubber tool @ 50% on the outline of the castle just to ease that off a bit .

Over all quality image.

Kevin
25/08/2009 - 3:10 PM

Sensualtiy

Sensualtiyit's a pretty good effort, like the eye contact with the model and the compositon of the body, the crop is a bit tight, I would of prefered to see the feet and knee included in the image. The foregorund looks a bit blown out? ( but that maybe of been what you were after).
24/06/2009 - 7:46 AM

Maldon

Maldonfirstly cracking sky LOADS of drama , colouring spot on ... a brave positioning of the horizon, the viewer has to think a bit more about the image, the boat is a little lost but that's no fault of the photographers as the boat is dark coloured, nice silhouette against the sky.......

I'm looking at it and asking where is clincher, what holds my interest in the image, for me it doesn't flow very easily... there is no lead line taking you through the image like this one http://www.ephotozine.com/u14833/gallery/1168844

... I think back to the photographers eye book and the shapes that need to be created .... the boat makes a good strong triangle but placed right in the middle it's a fairly rigid structure, maybe positioning the back of the boat at an angle to the sun would of been better .... but 2 problems with that..
1 your shooting into the sun
2 I've no idea of how sticky the mud would be .......
12/06/2009 - 4:01 PM

Singapore

Singaporegood effort, degree of interest in the foreground, reflection on the water for middle ground and a background of sorts, but for me theres nothing of great interest to draw the viewer into the image and keep them there, the light is flat as well.. the area is worth going back to though

Kevin