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08/02/2011 - 1:19 PM

Through the stanchions

Through the stanchionsI like the repeating patterns but I can't help feel the angle of this photo could be better; perhaps something from lower to the ground and to the right. This way the repeating pillars would go from right to left taking your eye across the photo.

I think the main sticking point for me are the leaning pillars on the left and the ceiling. The white line of the water seems in the wrong place too..

Sorry to be critical but I thought I'd share my two cents as the location is quite the winner! Lastly, I would also think about a black & white conversion?


18/01/2011 - 11:11 AM

Afternoon Siesta

Afternoon SiestaIt's cool - I often apply the antique effect in silver effects pro but I can never go through with it so kudos there. The great thing about the effect is how it centralises your focus!

Initially I didn't see the door and only the building behind. So I was pleasantly surprised when I realised it was a reflection - great spot!

The reflection really adds to the main subject!

I don't think it needs quite the amount of 'structure' and 'grain' in the photo but either way still looks good. Well done.

25/08/2010 - 3:56 PM

Red sky at night

Red sky at nightI think this is a lovely photo - there is some great colours to and I enjoy the misty water.

I had a look at the photo in Aperture 3 and apparently the sky was blown out so I've uploaded a mod sorting this out and generally boosting the overall colour and saturation. I may have gone to far but I'll let you decide.

Also, I don't feel the panoramic shot adds anything to the photo which is why on my mod I've cropped the photo as 6x4 (the ratio for your camera - snap on the camera). I thought being slightly tighter on the rocks increased the potency of the foreground especially as the rocks lead the viewer into the photo.

Overall, it's a cool shot so my comments are aimed towards giving you a comparison.

I like the photo and hope to see more.

My two cents,

19/08/2010 - 9:03 AM

Sunrise over Flamborough Head

Sunrise over Flamborough HeadUnfortunately there is nothing in the foreground that captures and holds the interest.

The colours and the line of reflection is nice but perhaps if you could have found a piece of foliage or a rock to place in the foreground I think that would have boosted the quality of the image.