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19/09/2012 - 7:32 PM


Mermaid.sadness.Hi Katarina, I really like this and not knowing your situation you may not have been able to get any lower but if you could I think it would improve it a little to be on a similar level to your model. Also it may work a little better with empty space below your friends face rather than above her head if you see what I mean. These are my thoughts and either way you have produced a lovely image.

Dorothy & Timothy ... CloudbustingGood work Nick and its good to see you back. I like the concept here and my only comment would be that the light on the chair seems a bit harsher than the light on the girl so the two don't quite go together IMO. Maybe if you knocked the highlights back a bit on the chair edge it would balance better?

14/10/2011 - 7:39 PM

Cornish Splash & Grab ...

Cornish Splash & Grab ...Some great movement captured here Paul, I especially like the wave in the centre of the frame that the fg rocks point straight at.

Have a good weekend.

12/10/2011 - 6:03 PM


SoftlyI like the comp and mono treatment Ian, works well. I'm a little surprised to see it was shot at f/5.6 though as the picture has a nice soft feel to it but I'd possibly like to see the eye a touch sharper.

22/07/2011 - 5:25 PM


ErinA lovely portrait but I feel the eyes need to be sharper.

10/05/2011 - 4:35 PM

Lingerie 2

Lingerie 2Another excellent image Leigh. I know there were a few comments regarding the cases yesterday but I think they are great props and do add to the image. That said I think the 3 she is sitting on here would be enough for the image and the additional 3 do not add anything. Even so its still a wonderful image and the processing is an improvement on yesterdays.

01/02/2010 - 8:15 PM

Rise Like the Sun

Rise Like the SunA beautiful image, the horizon looks to slope to the right a bit though.

30/09/2009 - 4:54 PM


sepiaThis is a very nice portrait with good shallow depth of field and her gaze out of the shot is nice, one to be happy with Smile

I'm no expert but think it is a bit under exposed due to the area of bright sky top right. Also it may have been better to get Tamar to flick the hair from her chin and possibly position yourself so that her head is completely in front of the background hillside and does not join with the sky if you see what I mean. Hope this helps.
20/08/2009 - 6:53 PM


TrioNice shot, great light and I like the foreground but the sky looks over polarised.

20/02/2009 - 8:04 PM

Day off

Day offI thought I recognised these boats, I have a few shots of them myself and know it's not the easiest compositionally. I tend to include more of the harbour wall to give a bit more context to the shot and shoot early in the day or later in the afternoon when the light is better. The reflections you have captured here are great and there is plenty to look at in the boats but the sky and a large area of water add nothing to the image. There is nothing you can do about the sky short of returning on another day when there are some clouds about but you could remove some of the water by altering the composition to include more of the harbour wall. You can see my attempt
here, by no means an outstanding shot but it may give you some ideas. The shot is helped a lot by the light and clouds that were present at the time.

Hope this helps a bit.

10/12/2008 - 5:41 PM

Pendle hill reflection

Pendle hill reflectionAndy, looking through your pf you don't need advice from me and I'm a long way from a professional but I'll add what I can. You have some lovely light here and perfectly still water giving the stunning reflections and to me the main issue is the emptiness bottom and top right. I guess ideally some clouds would have helped but you could possibly also have included some foregroung feature such as a rock or log in the water. Obviously if these features were simply not there then there is not a lot you can do in which case maybe zoom in a little (if you're not already at 70mm) so more detail of the far bank can be seen which would then also loose a large area of the empty sky. Maybe even zoom right in to loose the sky altogether and use the reflection as foreground interest.

Just my thoughts.