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pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
1 May 2009 8:53PM
well at least your trying to be honest the first has some good stonework you captured this well the second a butterfly which shows some great detail and the third is just a tad dark for my taste but I am sure some will like it - be positive

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teocali Plus
8 432 18 England
1 May 2009 9:22PM
Terrific detail, tones and textures in V1 Robert - I think this is really superb. Love the butterfly too - wonderful detail and colours.
Sylvia
Ayelet_A 7 11 3 Israel
1 May 2009 9:27PM
V2 has outstanding details - you certainly know your macros Wink
V3 I think has potential - the mood is good as is the composition with the child included to give an object to focus on and relate to.
I also like the mono toning which makes this image stir up memories of a sunny day at the sea. I think the image is a tad too dark so try brightening it up a bit (especially the foreground as it seems to have good details). I'd also try and focus on the part of sky that has clouds as much of the upper part of the image is just blank - so try cropping a little from the top.
Hopes this helps... It's good to see you try new things!

Ayelet
CarolG Plus
9 193 18 Greece
1 May 2009 9:30PM
V.2 is beautiful, great colour and detail, well captured. Carol
gary_d Plus
8 576 13 Wales
1 May 2009 9:53PM
3 very different and good shots, V2 my fav. - gary
Bob_V 8 1 2 United States
1 May 2009 10:37PM
A great set of images V2 for me. Bob
franfoto 8 2 32 England
1 May 2009 11:40PM
I like the diversity of the three shots. The detail and texture in #1 is superb, and I love the butterfly shot.
Fran
alansdottir 7 60 7 United Kingdom
2 May 2009 12:20AM
Interesting trio - it is always good to push the boundaries and experiment... Carol
2 May 2009 3:19AM
3 Good shots Robert....well done....Sandy
2 May 2009 8:04AM
lovely shots v2 is superb
Ray42 8 3 England
2 May 2009 8:29AM
3 very different and good shots, V2 my fav
2 May 2009 10:12AM
3 superb shots love v2
Dawn
sunshot 11 24 United Kingdom
2 May 2009 12:48PM
it's v2 for me too robert, the detail is outstanding

marc
photophantom 8 108 3 Philippines
2 May 2009 2:06PM
great texture in v1, amazing macro in v2, moody feel in v3. I like em all Robert. Excellent shots.
Dennis
2 May 2009 4:53PM
Thanks for your write up it made me smile
2 May 2009 6:29PM
I REALLY LIKE V2, BUT ALL ARE VERY GOOD.
PETER
2 May 2009 10:56PM
Fine series; as I love old buildings v.1 has it for me. Great shot, I love the pineapple (or grape?) carvings! Must be a beautiful building.
Dave
FeatherFriend 8 38 217 England
2 May 2009 11:05PM
Well re V3, a good attempt here Robert but the horizon is badly sloping from left to right. this could easily be put right in PS by hovering on the eyedropper tool, selecting the ruler and drawing a line across the water level, then go to Image, select rotate, choose arbitrary and click ok, you will lose a little canvas and have to re crop but it will sort the waterline out.
Geoff.
m3lem 10 England
3 May 2009 11:25AM
A superb set of images, pleased to give you an RC
Andrea
cassiecat 7 39 46 England
4 May 2009 6:09PM
ayelet and geoff have given you some good advice on v3. like the textures in v1.lesley
30 May 2009 5:02PM
cmon MM,there is nothing wrong in this set,3 fine images....

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