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  • Roadside barn in France

    Good comments, thank you very much. There was a reason for the close crop. I'm hoping the pile of black plastic silage bags will be gone next time I pass.

    I've done all the changes in Lightroom and I do have a very contrasty version as well, but I just preferred this. I'm still honing my dodge and burn skills so I'll practice some more and maybe upload another person

    Thanks again
    • 18 Jan 2016 6:43PM
  • wet and dreary xmas

    OK, this is one of my first goes at critique and I'm not claiming to be an expert ...

    Nice sharp foreground and some good bokeh with the lights. I'm a little distracted by the person in the background and whatever those grey vertical lines are. Maybe if they were made darker so they faded into the shadows more.

    I'm also left wondering what the rest of the little man looks like, but maybe there was nothing to see
    • 20 Dec 2015 6:44AM
  • A wet day in Tulle

    We went back to Tulle on a better day with a better camera and they'd only painted the wall white! Not the same at all
    • 20 Dec 2015 6:31AM
  • licquorice allsorts

    I took a similar photo in Chepstow the other week - row of houses with bow windows. I was closer to the row so the view was further down the street. Looking at yours, I could have done the same thing and I wish I had. Thanks for reminding me to move around more Grin
    • 17 Nov 2015 12:43PM
  • Wheat

    Thanks for all the lovely comments.
    • 16 Jun 2015 3:45PM
  • Cosmic Splash

    Thank you for sharing this Cyril, and sorry you've had so little response.

    I'm not going to critique it because I'm looking at it on my office monitor, designed for processing spreadsheets and never calibrated in it's entire (and long) life. As far as I can see it looks sharp where it needs to be and it's a very pleasing image. It's always nice to know how someone accomplished something, so thanks again for taking the trouble
    • 6 Mar 2015 1:16PM
  • Pretty blue flower

    I think it's Nigella, or Love-in-a-mist. If you don't mind a suggestion, I'd be inclined to edit out the orange flower, as it's a bit loud and distracting Smile
    • 3 Mar 2015 4:38PM

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