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19/08/2009 - 5:28 PM


FriendsGood capture. The quintessintial teens. You can see them anywhere - BUT, a rarity - not a cell phone in sight!

Looks good in b&w.

Well done,

Dave D
23/12/2008 - 11:55 PM


MarliesWell executed portrait - not hindered at all by the very beautiful and natural looking model. Well handled lighting (not too harsh and contrasty). I think what 'makes it' for me is the arranging of her hair and the detail you've captured. I also like the strong diagonal between her eyes and her hair.

Well done,

Dave D
23/12/2008 - 6:18 PM


BarnI really like the idea of this this sort of subject. I do however have a few comments...

As it is now, I think the barn is too centrally located (both vertically and horizontally) in the frame. I think the overall composition might have been improved if the barn had been given more space at its lhs or rhs and placed it roughly on the 1/3 line horizontally. It would also have related the barn to it's environment. I'd also be tempted to crop some of the f/g (which seems to be a bit burnt out) or the sky to place it close to the 1/3 line vertically.

Just my opinion,


Dave D
26/10/2008 - 3:58 AM

Winter beauty at Cadover

Winter beauty at CadoverA very well composed pic. I like the muted colours. It really does evoke an impression of winter. I think initially, my eye was drawn to the title.... not yet, please.

If you were to go back I think it would add some foreground impact if the camera were dropped to just a foot or so above the water level.

I've uploaded a mod; an attempt to artificially add some of the mysticism you sought.


Dave D
06/08/2007 - 6:40 PM

Dandilion Head

Dandilion HeadIt's a bit difficult to tell what part of the seed head you focussed on - but it seems a little fuzzy. I'm wondering if the dof was sufficient; f3.5 might not ensure that the whole of the head was in focus. Worth trying again at f8, f11 or more.

Just my opinion,

Dave D