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29/11/2011 - 12:58 PM

Water Drop Cliche

Water Drop ClicheNice colors good formation of the collision, however could be a bit sharper!
19/06/2009 - 7:02 PM

black and light

black and lightHi This is what I would have done.
First make vertical the houses on the paint line.
Get rid of the chimney completely and lower window of lighthouse.
Make sky all black. Crop just above lower window and right side to put LH on thirds. Get rid of all wires and reflections also junction box. Lighthouse is now the dominating feature, the window of the LH now compliments the window of the house as it is slightly set to the left side, also the blank area is complimented by that of the lighthouse.
I think this makes it a much stronger composition.
So that's how I would do it.

20/04/2009 - 9:01 AM

Into The Distance

Into The DistanceNot a bad shot, but I would have turned it so the trees were vertical.
That would have put the track on more of a diagonal.

11/12/2008 - 8:57 AM

Nash Point Lighthouse.

Nash Point Lighthouse.Sorry Tom, but I think the fence is too much in your face. It brakes the image in half the buildings are hidden by the fence and the first post. A higher viewpoint with just the top of the fence in would in my modest opinion been a better option. You have captured the colours very well and overall it's sharp but just going out of sharp towards the the top of the lighthouse.

29/03/2008 - 8:42 PM

At Last!

At Last!This shot looks like it has been taken with flash, if that is the case then you need to increase the speed to something like 125s or better (very shot flash duration). This will help freeze the movement. the timing is spot on but you need to adjust the DOF to get a better exposure. Unless you have some sort of timing device then there will be many more hours and quite a lot of wasted images before you get the correct shot.
Good luck on your quest.