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10/06/2012 - 5:07 AM

Bank Hall - Tarlton

Bank Hall - TarltonTwo things...[1] Crop both left and right. Left to near the building. You will still have ample tree suggestions there. On the right to between the chimney and peaked roof. No need for upper tree presence on the right. These crops will reduce the plain part of the sky by half and bring your main interest forward.

[2] That's a late evening sky. For proper lighting you may have to revisit and take images in early morning light. Hope you don't live too far away.

These monuments to history that you have so many of, [and we have few of], are a rich storehouse of great potential images. I have seen whole masterpieces here on ePzine and a number of parts like stairways, doorways, windows and frames, and towers, All of them are rich with texture, history and good design. Lucky you! TG
30/05/2012 - 6:41 AM

Stern Goose

Stern GooseA powerful and well composed image. Could use a little easing off of the brightness though. Thumbs up from me. TG
23/05/2012 - 7:26 AM

Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

Cambridge, Ontario, CanadaThere are many places along canals that still have this 'old Ontario look' This is really two images in one. The Greystone and clock tower, [Vertical crop just right of the yellow],
Is a beautiful subject in itself. Especiallyj in long light for feature relief.

The industrial red brick and grey blocks are a separate subject. Red brick at sunset can be dynomite. TG
23/04/2012 - 8:50 PM

Glorious Scotland

Glorious ScotlandFirst I like this very much. Dead center gives it a doc. or record flavour. Middle placement top to bottom is good so as to have not too much sky. Left to right though could be shifted rightwards. I don't want to see that little flat roof on the right horizon. I do want to see more of the tree and whatever else on the left. If the right border cut through the fence post in the bush, I think this could be more pleasing. TG