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  • St Mary's Burham, Kent from the road, V3

    Nicely done dark image. Some detail apparent even in the darkest areas. I think a little boost in contrast might improve it. Some moire appearing in the roof tiles on viewing the larger image, but that would probably disappear on printing, with careful attention to print size? I'm wondering about the lighting. The topmost branches of the trees on both sides look like they have a little bit of haloing, but I'm not totally convinced that this image has been tonemapped. The border effect is very nicely carried out.
    Alex.
    • 27 Apr 2013 11:39PM
  • B&W

    Sorry to be at odds with all the previous comments, but I think it's too dark. The shadow areas are completely blocked out and devoid of any detail. I find it difficult to look at.
    • 27 Apr 2013 10:58PM
  • St. Patrick's RC Cathedral, Armagh

    Thanks for your comment Matt. It's a great location with lots to look at, as is the Church of Ireland Cathedral too. If you ever come to Armagh, visit both Cathedrals!
    • 11 Mar 2013 12:36AM
  • waiting for tomorrow

    Well done!
    • 11 Aug 2012 3:00PM
  • Old Steamer No. 9225

    I'm not fond of colour popping (or whatever name you know it by !Smile) but it works fairly well here. I like how the effect is subdued nearest to the driver. I'm thinking you made a selection and reduced the saturation, as opposed to applying a desaturation gradient? I also would agree with others who suggested a blur on the background. Good shot and good processing. Well done.
    Alex.
    • 6 Aug 2012 9:18PM
  • Slaters Bridge,Little Langdale.

    Good composition, improved by the sepia toning. I like the diagonals created by the stream and by the reflection of the bridge. My only nitpick would be that the top of the tree is cropped out, but fitting it all in may have disturbed the composition. Smile
    Alex.
    • 20 Jul 2012 4:40PM
  • Field mouse on wild oats

    Beautiful image, well caught!
    • 13 Jun 2012 11:44PM
  • Wonderful images, keep them coming please!