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A beginner in photography who loves every aspect of nature whether landscape, closeup (flower) wildlife or anything else.

I wish I could capture all the beauty of nature but I am not sure if it is possible!!
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  • A Private Moment...

    I am sorry to write this but this is the wrong gallery for this photo.

    A fantastic shot as every one has said. But I would suggest that this photo does not require a critique. Critique gallery is for someone like me who is learing and do not even know the basics of the photography. I know people can argue that no photo is a perfect one! but to be honest if I can capture something like this I will have it framed in my living room!

    I hope every one understand

    • 1 Jun 2011 11:09PM
  • my cat yuri

    I like the concept, sharp and focused eyes. Out of focus claw of the cat is taking 1/3 of the screen that I feel may be distracting a bit. It may be that this is how you wanted to take it, if so than it is a great shot
    • 23 May 2011 4:10PM
  • Abandoned 1

    A great shot! just from compositional aspect I would agree with andy, if we focus on the vehicle the way it is positioned it leads the eyes towards the left hand side and then out of the frame and the rigth half of the frame is wasted. However, it is placed on the right hand side then vehicle leads the eyes from RHS to LHS and whole frame is used. I am not sure but I think in PS we can change it like mirror it somehow. Some one from the critique team may be able to do that to give you and idea
    Great image over all!!

    • 5 Dec 2010 10:24AM
  • Winter Blossom

    Hi Vicki,
    With regards to composition if rule of third was followed it would look better. There are a lot of blow out areas in the background that are distracting the image. I guess it is to do with the angle of light and time of the day. Indirect sunlight by using a shade or some sort of reflector so the subject is lit from the reflected light would be better and will prevent blow out.
    • 4 Dec 2010 8:37PM
  • Lucky Me!

    fantastic shot!!
    • 4 Dec 2010 7:54PM
  • snow scene

    Welcome to EPZ,
    I am not an expert in photography, so I cant comment on a lot of technical aspect. All I can say is, the photo appears a little too blue for my liking that doesn't show the snow colour very well. I am not too sure if you wanted it to come out blue. However, I have tried to bring some of the snow colour back using curves in ps and then using topaz filter. I know a lot of people do not like topaz filter, but it was looking nice so uploading for you to have a look

    • 4 Dec 2010 2:57PM
  • hhg

    Welcome to EPZ,
    Great attempt, nice and close, I also like the angle of the photo.
    You haven't mentioned any camera details and settings that will help in critique.
    a couple of things, 1- background wall has a lot of distractions and 2- I am not sure if the image is sharp enough especially when the subject is so close and all the more important. But all in all I like the photo.

    • 4 Dec 2010 10:19AM

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