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  • Shanghi Nights by paultakesphotos

    I like this shot a lot it is a very stuuning shot, there is only 2 things that I would change to make it the perfect shot for me, correct the converging verticals and crop off the building on the extreme right of the picture that large white rectangle is rather distracting. Even so still an excellent night time shot.
    • 29 Jan 2007 8:05PM
  • Disney World by rmriph

    Apart from all the distracting twigs and branches there is nothing dominant in the photo to suggest the title of Disney World.
    • 29 Jan 2007 5:02PM
  • Waterlily Flower by Bluehen

    I would say that particular shot would look better in portrait format rather than landscape, also it is not quite sharp.
    • 29 Jan 2007 4:56PM
  • flower of scotland by albo68

    It is quite a good shot of a thistle but all those highlights in the background are very distracting. You should remember that the eye is natrually drawn to the brightest parts of an image.
    • 28 Jan 2007 3:42PM
  • St Paul's Islands by andrewspiteri

    As per the previous comment the long exposure does nothing to enhance the scene it would only work if there was a lot of movement in the water so creating a blurred cotton wool effect which can be quite pleasing but as is half the image is taken up with water that has very little interest.
    Also with along exposure I would assume you used a tripod next time make sure the tripod is level as your photo appears to slope to the left slightly.
    • 10 Dec 2006 5:40PM
  • TenRedArrows by aoc9lives

    Hi there, on the plus side the image certainly suits the letterbox format and the angle from which the shot was taken, but on a personel preference I would think the image would have more impact if it had a nice punchy blue sky to contrast with the red of the planes also the words in the image looks like AOL.COM should have been left out.
    • 2 Jul 2007 7:06PM
  • Middle Lodge by lyndsey

    Hi there
    Hope you can take a bit of constructive criticism about your photo.
    1. The hedge in the middle of the image is blocking out too much of the lodge, could you not have moved further to the left I suspect possibly not.
    2. The photo needs a small amount cropping off the left hand side to remove those annoying branches intruding into the sky.
    3.The sky itself has no detail one thing you do not need in a B/W photo is a blank white sky.
    4. Always carry a chainsaw in your camera bag they do come in handy for situations such as these.
    BOB STOKELL.
    • 17 Feb 2004 7:24PM
  • Computer not recognising DVD Players

    Try this link https://thegeekpage.com/yellow-triangle-on-network-connections-in-windows-10-fixed/ and follow these directions - they seem to me to be a little complicated...
    by bikerbob | Last Post | Unread
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  • Possible Camera Problem

    Just to clear up any misunderstanding I only use the Windows viewer to assess wether the photo is worth keepng ie is it sharp is the composition Ok, Iam not looking to se...
    by bikerbob | Last Post | Unread
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  • Shooting Raw problem

    Well done Bikerbob - I am pleased you have seen the glory that Raw photos can give you. As for learning - it never stops, and still creates little miracles.
    by bikerbob | Last Post | Unread
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  • Random shutting down

    We use W10 with Chrome...once a week is about right... maybe the next windows update will resolve it? Very frustrating![emoticon]
    by bikerbob | Last Post | Unread
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  • any decent budget printers

    That looks like it could be the tray for smaller paper sizes, if it is like the 7250 there should be an A4 tray under that....
    by youmightlikethis | Last Post | Unread
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  • Windows 10 shut down problem

    Taken, one sold his, via Gumtree, to a Tattoo Artist, think he lost about 800 on it. The other gave his to his little sister. She uses it for Facebook.
    by bikerbob | Last Post | Unread
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  • Using a Sigma "Bigma".

    I have been using the 150 - 500 for a couple of months and I am chuffed to bits with it, seems sharp even at 500 which many say its isn't. I do believe there is a quality...
    by chuikudu | Last Post | Unread
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