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  • From the shadows

    Lovely portrait, could have done with the focus on the eyes rather than the end of the nose to make it perfect.
    • 8 Jun 2015 10:38PM
  • Glastonbury Dawn

    I like this, but I do feel the image would benefit from cropping. There's a lot of empty sky up top and blank foreground. The tree to the left is distracting to me, too. I'd try cropping to make the horizon along the top third of your image, as you'd retain the colours of the sky and the bottom of the tree line along the bottom third of the image. Maybe boost contrast and saturation just a little too?
    • 13 May 2015 12:17PM
  • The First Moon

    You might want to work on reducing your negative space?
    • 20 Aug 2013 11:38PM
  • Wise Old Dog

    Geoff has good advice, I'd also throw in a suggestion to look at what's NOT in the photo, sometimes negative space, i.e. a part of the photo with nothing in, can be very effective at drawing attention to the rest of the image. I'd have placed the dog on the left of the frame and had an empty space to his right given the direction of his eyes.
    Otherwise enjoy, especially the camera you've chosen, I've had my 550 for 3 years now and still surprises me occasionally. Invest in some good glass when you can, makes a WORLD of difference.
    • 13 Jul 2013 8:41PM
  • Sunburst Bridge

    Ha, yes I do! Thanks!
    • 18 Apr 2013 9:33AM
  • Colour Wash

    I like that there's still detail in the water rather than the whitewashed ghosting!
    • 17 Apr 2013 10:26PM
  • Westminster Buses

    I tried mono, the foreground bus just looks like a dirty smear! I did have just the red brought back in, which, to be honest was probably better, but sometimes you have to experiment!
    • 12 Apr 2013 10:24PM

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