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ali607

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  • logs

    good shot - maybe try in B&W?

    Alison
    • 28 Oct 2009 9:55PM
  • Pond.

    fantastic shot - well done!

    Alison
    • 28 Oct 2009 9:54PM
  • Autumn Leaves & Berries

    lovely and sharp and lovely colors too but think the saturation is just a wee bit high - its very easy to det drawn into thinking that the saturation looks better the deeper it is, but I usually find its better to edge on the side of caution and take it down a bit lower than you think...your eye for realism sometimes can get a bit lost when you're sat sliding that saturation slider up and down I find! Often I find that when i come back to a photo even an hour later after being away from the computer i think 'what on earth was I thinking - those colours are way too whacky' - not the case here at all - just a wee bit maybe.

    Alison
    • 28 Oct 2009 9:46PM
  • Gordale Beck (2)

    the texture is reminiscent of pastels on pastel paper - love the effect.

    Alison
    • 28 Oct 2009 7:12PM
  • Frank Bathtime

    ahh what a cute shot! I love the cute little mouths on rabbits and guniea pigs!
    • 28 Oct 2009 5:24PM
  • For Banehawi and imagio

    haha love the posters!
    • 28 Oct 2009 5:20PM
  • Peak District

    Hi, I can see that you were trying to experiment with unusual angles and compositions here. However, I dont really think the bank on the right adds anything, and also there's not really any main focal point, nothing that really draws you IN to the picture...and that's partly beacsue the bank is there in the way!

    The general landscape roundabout looks sufficiently interesting but I dont think you've stood in the best place lol

    The B&W works well with the subject though and it is very sharp...if a little underexposed. this could be sorted out in levels on photoshop.

    Hope that's helpful

    Alison
    • 28 Oct 2009 4:38PM
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