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gajewski's Gallery Comments

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Takeaway please by jocas

Takeaway please

Brought a smile to my face.

By: jocas

The story of my life by Diggeo

The story of my life

A wonderful portrait -- with just the right amount of motion blur in his hand.

By: Diggeo

Grins by nonur


Nezih, a very bizarre image but superbly photographed and processed.

By: nonur

Seaside impression-Filey ( 3 ) by xwang

Seaside impression-Filey ( 3 )

I like this photo a lot -- your composition and your black and white tonality. Very nice.
However, my first thought is what you yourself suggest -- those cars up there are a bit distracting and you might be better off cropping them out.

By: xwang

Long Day Calling by andylea2

Long Day Calling

A beautiful autumnal scene. I want to be there now.

By: andylea2

pole dancing grass moth by CarolG

pole dancing grass moth

Love your title for this wonderful macro.

By: CarolG

on the wings of light by annettep38

on the wings of light

A fantastic macro, Annette. As your title suggests, the light is superb in this shot.

By: annettep38

Colmar, France by thegrimfandango

Colmar, France

Wow, a gorgeous shot.

By: thegrimfandango

Cello Player by Swarnadip

Cello Player

I like the "golden hour" light in this shot. Nicely done.
PS I agree with Daisymaye. That glare spot in the upper right is a bit distracting. Otherwise -- a wonderful shot.

By: Swarnadip

Flashdance by pentony


A wonderful, creative and perfectly executed take on the classic Splashdance image.
PS -- Judging from what looks like dry hair, I take it this was a one-take shot. If so, that is even more impressive.

By: pentony

cricket and mites by CarolG

cricket and mites

This is one of the most amazing macros I have ever seen.

By: CarolG

New Brighton seaside by xwang

New Brighton seaside

A WONDERFUL shot. I think the exposure is perfect. You've retained detail in the highlights (clouds, lighthouse, etc.) but still have detail in the shadow areas -- perfect.

By: xwang

Seaside impression-Filey (2) by xwang

Seaside impression-Filey (2)

I agree with dudler's suggestion of cropping off from the right -- and maybe the left. You might even want to crop it in such a way as to put the girl on the 1/3rd vertical line.

The thing I want to emphasize the strongest is that nobody should be telling an artist what manipulations should or shouldn't be applied to their photograph. The only exception would be if there is some sort of competition and the contest rules make that a stipulation for entering the contest.

Here in the States, I regularly read the writings of Scott Kelby. He is a highly respected photographer and the head of both "Photoshop User Magazine" and "KelbyOne.com."

He actually encourages people to remove distracting images from travel photographs. Here is his "photo editing code of ethics."

By: xwang

Autumn in Michigan by doerthe

Autumn in Michigan

This is beautiful and somewhat reminiscent of a painting.

By: doerthe

Harvest Moon by Daisymaye

Harvest Moon

Very nice, Sandy. I do like the addition of your clouds.

By: Daisymaye

Weekend Snacks by taggart

Weekend Snacks

I can't decide among them. I guess I'll have one of each. Smile

By: taggart

Sitting on the dock of the bay by jocas

Sitting on the dock of the bay

I love V1 and V2. V3 is interesting in that it presents us with a nice deep image. By that I mean -- you have the colorful boat and propeller in the foreground and the rest of the shot gives us a nice sense of going back out to the horizon. In V4, I wish you could have gotten closer to the water fowl. They could have served the same purpose as the boat in V3. However, I suppose they might not have been up for cooperating with photographers invading their space.

A nice series overall.

By: jocas

Through the lock at Buscot on the Thames. by brandish

Through the lock at Buscot on the Thames.

A wonderful series.

By: brandish

Red umberella by Andyknight

Red umberella

A wonderful image. I don't agree with meyeview. I like what you did with reducing the saturation of bg without going completely B&W with it. This is a very creative approach and is certainly award-worthy.
Too bad about the orientation. I had to turn my monitor to view this they way you intended it.

By: Andyknight

When is it going to start raining? For Isabel! by annettep38

When is it going to start raining? For Isabel!

Oh, those eyes are hauntingly beautiful.

By: annettep38

Burn ye Heathens Burn! by barbarahirst

Burn ye Heathens Burn!

Some pretty nasty looking smoke there, Barbara but you have captured this perfectly. I like your composition here a lot. This is definitely an award-worthy image.

By: barbarahirst

The Same Village from a Different Point of View by nonur

The Same Village from a Different Point of View

Two wonderful versions. I've been flipping back and forth, trying to decide which I prefer but I finally gave up. They are two equally pleasing images.

By: nonur

Lake Louise, Canada by pdunstan_Greymoon

Lake Louise, Canada

A wonderful vista. I would add a note to those who have never been to Lake Louise -- this is one place you MUST get to some time in your life.

By: pdunstan_Greymoon

Always wear your invisible crown by Aprilmariehicks

Always wear your invisible crown

The perfect use for selective coloring.
Nicely done.

By: Aprilmariehicks

Twelve Spotted Skimmer by taggart

Twelve Spotted Skimmer

Definitely an award worthy macro.

By: taggart

Broken by taggart


I like this nice tight composition and your B&W processing is excellent.

By: taggart

Green on green - bird feeder Costa Rica model :) by annettep38

Green on green - bird feeder Costa Rica model :)

A simply wonderful series, Annette.

By: annettep38

Mae West, again. by inkyadrian

Mae West, again.

Quote: Like the choice of mono and the models pose.

I agree with Richard. Nice image.

By: inkyadrian

Seed Pod with Moons by taggart

Seed Pod with Moons

A beautiful shot, Jenn. Wonderful composition and a nice, creamy bokeh.

By: taggart

A Good Cleanup by barbarahirst

A Good Cleanup

This gives new meaning to the phrase "feather duster."

By: barbarahirst