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Beach Bike

Beach Bike by St1nkyPete

Beaut mono image Pete.

Higger Tor in Heather

Higger Tor in Heather by DaveShandley

Beautiful composition Dave.

Clouds over the Cuillin

Clouds over the Cuillin by jeanie

Stunning shot Jeanie. Cheers, Andrew.

Street Performer

Street Performer by emailwallace

Nice - like the colour pop. Cheers, Andrew.

Slioch & Sgurr Dubh

Slioch & Sgurr Dubh by JGRobinson

Wonderful light capture John. Cheers, Andrew.

Approaching Rain

Approaching Rain by fatherpie

Like this colour version too Dave. Cheers, Andrew.

Istanbul @ Dusk

Istanbul @ Dusk by David_Panchal

Hi David,

I think that the foreground silhouette seems to distract from the silhouettes of the minarets. I note in your exif data that you shot at 42mm - your lens was an 18-105mm, so I think you would have been better served using the 105mm end, and trying to isolate the minarets/mosque, as you look to have had a really great sky to work with. You could crop it, but I fear it would be such a small part of the image that its'quality would suffer if viewed anywhere near large.

Cheers,
Andrew.

On the path to adventure.

On the path to adventure. by Taylor134

Hi Michael,

Love the composition.

There are three things I would be looking at here.

1. The highlights in the snow are overblown a little - I notice that you used -1/3 EV; maybe -2/3 EV would have rectified this.
2. The foreground suffers a little when compared to the bright background. I would (and have on the version I modified) lighten the whole foreground greenery and path with a levels adjustment using the white slider.
3. Open up the darkness of the two clumps of pine trees on either side of the shot using the shadows tool (all of this assumes that you use PS or similar editing software).

Cheers, Andrew.

Torre Agbar, Barcelona, March 2011

Torre Agbar, Barcelona, March 2011 by caulfid2

There's not too much wrong here David. My only thought about how it could have been improved was to have shot the same shot around dusk, whilst there was still a small amount of blue colour in the sky - probably would have still given you a slow enough shutter speed to blur the trams as well as livening up the shot in the colour stakes. Cheers, Andrew.

Karoo Windmill

Karoo Windmill by KSV

I agree with Jestertheclown (Brenda), as the placement of the windmill would have been much better more towards the R hand side of the shot, which would have placed it closer to the third of the way in. Whilst the Rule of Thirds is not always the be all and end all of composition rules, it would have helped considerably with making this a much better shot.

The placement of the horizon is okay here, rather than a third of the way up, as there would have been a lot of dead, black space at the bottom otherwise, and that great sky demands a fair bit of attention along with the windmills silhouette.

I'm not sure whether it was possible, but to have taken three or four steps to your Left and lining the windmill up on the third would have opened the vanes up to view, as well as satisfying the Thirds rule.

Cheers, Andrew.

Portrait Of "Kirsty"

Portrait Of "Kirsty" by IanBroadmore

I like the square crop here Ian, but this has lost something in the conversion to mono - the shadows around her face (with particular emphasis around her eyes) and her lips, are too dark. You could try to get some more light onto these areas whilst retaining the dark contrast of the rest of the shot (I assume you wanted this look).

Angela

Angela by jonathanwo

Nice work Jonathan. Cheers, Andrew.

Kasia

Kasia by EVA_M

Nice muted lighting Ewa. Cheers, Andew.

Pretty in Pink........

Pretty in Pink........ by Dilys

Nicely taken and presented Kathy. Cheers, Andrew.

The Flow of Time

The Flow of Time by JanieB43

Nice use of the Big Stopper to create the milky flow Jane. Cheers, Andrew.

''Pale-headed Rosella''

''Pale-headed Rosella'' by wildlifephotographer

Nice profile shot Gordon. Good to see some Aussie fauna here. Cheers, Andrew.

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