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18/08/2014 - 7:16 PM


HummingbirdStunning image, well taken. Have you tried taking those red stems off directly under the bird, think it may help - lovely background and lighting and surely a good competition entry image


23/09/2013 - 9:12 PM

White horses

White horsesI think the image is ok but could be improved with taking the mist frame away.......this distracts you when you look at the image and appears to put a haze over the main subject too......I see you have used an 85 mm lens and have been fully zoomed in, I think that it would have better to include the other grey horse to the right so you had a trio of white horses at the front.

In your posted editing I would be tempted to sharpen this a little and increase the contrast to enhance the colour definition.

It looked a nice parade to photograph and I bet you have some more to upload.


20/09/2013 - 8:32 PM

which and why

which and whyWhich & Because

Which is V2

Because v1 is a dark and moody image and as a result I think the crane has to much shadow in and loses a little details. The frame does distract a bit too and the shadow is almost out of the frame.

V2 is a different image and has a really appealing contrast to it. The clouds are lighter but still retaining the contrast and this enhance the figure of the crane. The alternative composition includes the bridge to the right and enhance the image for me.

Good image and well presented

23/06/2013 - 6:36 AM


~I love the colours and presentation in this different take on flowers. The stem are good lead in lines to the flower head and petals and its a different angle with them being seen from below and behind.

The forces is subtle throughout and makes this a really interesting photo, that leaves you wondering what it looks like from the other side.

Well done

Swan With Ginger Head @ Backwell LakeLiam, nice photograph and you must have been really close to the swan. The eyes and head are in focus which is good and the shape of the head produces a line to draw your attention to the face.

It may be nice to see the focal point ( the head ) over to the left ( rule of thirds ) but this is a really good shot and I look forward to seeing your next ones. Be careful though swans can have a temper !!!

Well Done