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dennypoos

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  • Englands sweeper

    Thanks guys, nice to see what you made of this 'grab' shot.

    Stewart, I would no more add a tacky vignette to make a street pic 'dreamy' than I would put my hands in a food blender. Totally the wrong kind of 'improvement'.

    Thanks again.
    • 14 Jun 2010 7:23PM
  • Taking What Comes

    Really, really good. I just wish I had the patience to do stuf like this. Goes to show that there's no such thing as truth in a photograph. If ya get my drift.

    Gets my vote anyroad.
    • 29 Jul 2009 12:04PM
  • sensor probs.

    I tried to link this to the question I've put on one of the forums about this prob, but it seems lack of grey cells is inhibiting me. GRR.
    • 22 Jul 2009 8:05PM
  • Bow

    'bonus red'?
    • 21 Jul 2009 7:06PM
  • Landscape

    The horizon is a little too close to the centre of the frame for me. If you wanted to show the acres of wheat, a portrait format would have done better. If you wanted to emphasise the clouds, with the wheat field anchoring the view, then the horizon would be better placed in the lower third of the frame.
    That old chestnut, 'Rule of thirds' is sometimes the way to go.
    • 21 Jul 2009 4:44PM
  • Ruins

    The wall leads the eye neatly to the 'main' tree and then alows the eye to move arond the rest of the scene in a relaxed way.
    • 21 Jul 2009 4:40PM
  • Lioness

    What the hell were you thinking of with that frame. A good photo, which this is, doesn't need all that faffing about.
    • 21 Jul 2009 4:34PM

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