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Forum Topics:19
Forum Comments:202
Photo Comments:562
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Footprints by Jellyfire

Great choice of shutter speed to blur the reeds in the wind, really adds to the overall feel of the image. Lots of interest and detail all the way through and a very dramatic sky as well. Excellent.


Sentinel by MikeGartonPhoto

Very dramatic, like this a lot.

Quiet Reflextion

Quiet Reflextion by ChrisBanks

Majestic composition.


Confusion by Madoldie

Probably not everyone's cup of tea but I like this. Lots of symbolism and different meanings you can read into. Very inventive!

Nigella Damascena

Nigella Damascena by gowebgo

Wow, this is really pushing it with the focus right on the leading edges of the tendrils. Makes for a dramatic and colourful image. Great stuff.

Fresh Waters

Fresh Waters by chris-p

Like this. Interesting composition with lots of places to take the eye and of course, really nice exposure and colours.

Donaghadee Light House

Donaghadee Light House by GarethRobinson

The exposure and mono toning for this are great. Not sure about the square crop with the lighthouse so near the middle, but it's a striking image regardless.


Heron... by Greyheron

Ah this is perfect. Excellent composition with lead in lines, great exposure for all the elements, but the winning feature for me is going for such a long exposure so that the clouds streak by, giving the picture movement, even though the boat is on land. Top notch.


Melissa by ScotiaFox

This is good but perhaps your light is a little low for emulating this image. The shadow intrudes onto the eye and being from below makes it more film noir than loop or butterfly lighting.

Short Eared Owl

Short Eared Owl by Karen_Summers

It's coming for you! Fantastic shot.


Portrait by shishidog

Nice model, well lit. I'd maybe crop some of the left side off as it isn't really working and there isn't so much of it that it makes a deliberate statement. Also, might just want to touch up her cheeks and nose for the glare. Nice shot though.

modern hollywood

modern hollywood by gavrelle

You've got the lighting and the processing pretty much spot on here. Think the pose is a little awkward with the neck twist, but the fingers are great and the styling is perfect.

Mysterious Lace

Mysterious Lace by dannyrich

Like this. Great design and style, well made up model and just enough light for mystery and intrigue. Very good.

Tayport West Lighthouse

Tayport West Lighthouse by billmyl

Sounds like one of those situations where it has all the elements that you want - water, sunset, lighthouse, but it's difficult to get them into the right composition for a great shot. Sometimes there simply isn't a best position and you have to get what you can. I like the sky, though it's a slightly on the bright side (on my Mac which makes things look bright btw), the lighthouse is perfectly placed but the water isn't really helping the cause here. The best I could suggest would have been to get some serious filtering going to slow the exposure right down and flatten the water out, but that may not be what you were looking for. You could try cropping off the left and bottom some more, including more sky, but then i don't know if you had any more photo to play with. All that said, I think this works and it's a good shot with a nice sky and plenty of interest.

Looking Good

Looking Good by snapcracklenpop

Nice, toned model and an energetic pose and shot. Nicely done.

a portrait

a portrait by pascalg

I prefer v1, think that 2 is too dark on the face and 3 is okay, but not as good as 1. What I would do is crop it from the square shape into a 2:3 aspect portrait as i feel the pose is square enough as it is. There's a little too much shoulder and the head kinda floats in the middle. By cropping off the right, it balances the photo better, so he's then looking over to the left. But it's a good shot regardless and there's plenty here to experiment with.

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