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  • Being Frank

    Yes it was a wedding anniversary party so there was a lot of activity going on in the background.
    • 30 Jul 2010 3:13PM
  • Priscilla

    I like the new crop, the tree bark on the right was superfluous, I think I just have to get used to the idea of not needing equal spacing all round when composing.

    Have you increased the saturation as well as I think my original seems to be a little under saturated compared to yours.

    I think I might try this one again with a 50mm prime so I can have greater control over the aperture.
    • 30 Jul 2010 2:10PM
  • Portrait. 1

    Great shot, has a real good feel, the shoulders being at different heights adds depth. Were you deliberately going for a high colour saturation as the red seems a little strong for my preference but that might be because I am looking at it on a wide colour gamut screen and sometime people with a basic screen can over saturate the colour to suit their pale screen. Good luck with your entry.
    • 30 Jul 2010 1:54PM
  • Johnathan

    Presumably an impromptu shot with the on camera flash that has unfortunately cast some harsh shadows. Nice cheeky expression from him.
    • 29 Jul 2010 10:53PM
  • jen in that hat

    Looking great, contrast between the young skin tone and the aged wooden bench, gives the photo character. and makes a great frame. Are the highlights blown on her right cheek or is that an artefact of the jpg upload ?
    • 29 Jul 2010 10:26PM
  • Ladies Wot Lunch

    Would make a good cover shot for an rock album.
    • 29 Jul 2010 10:21PM
  • Poppy

    Lovely composition, with catch lights in her eyes. I am quite new so don't let my comments hold much weight. I'm guessing you had quite a strong light source to the right (a window maybe ?) and in order to compensate for the shadow area on the left you have the exposure quite high making the towel slightly to bright and losing some texture to my eye. I would perhaps suggest a white reflector on the left to slightly reduce the shadows allowing you to slightly reduce the exposure to maintain the texture in the towel.

    Otherwise a striking picture that captures innocence and inquisitiveness of a baby.
    • 29 Jul 2010 10:12PM

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