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29/10/2014 - 2:50 AM

Trees in the mist

Trees in the mistI think It needs cropping. Take out most of the sky, and some of the grasses on the bottom. Make it a horizontal photo.

23/09/2014 - 3:23 AM

Bad Lazy Rose

Bad Lazy RoseYour concept is a good one, with this rose after it's peak. I find the background overly busy, but mostly, I would move the rose off center. Greater visual interest and stronger composition.

20/10/2013 - 5:02 AM


generalI think the fill in flash here is a little to bright....and the ocean behind your subject is tilted. As a portrait, you have a good capture of your subject's personality.

02/08/2013 - 1:36 PM

Mists after dawn

Mists after dawnActually, I have somewhat mixed feelings here, John. I like the photo, model and setting as a composition very much. What bothers me, and this may be nitpicking, is her eye makeup, her blue fingernails and her piercings. I would have preferred a model in this photo who was more, say, "natural", fitting better in such a setting. I think, take those small issues away, this is a beautiful photo.

25/04/2013 - 3:39 AM

Forest Beauties

Forest BeautiesThey are indeed beauties. Great capture of them, though I find the bright area in the middle a bit strong......

19/04/2013 - 2:12 PM

dungeons den B

dungeons den BOn its own, I find the shed to be a very interesting image. I do find the small horizon visual elements showing "civilization" to be distracting, and the wrong feel for the shed itself, which seems removed from urban life.

28/02/2013 - 12:06 PM


TwistedI find the lighting harsh.......I might try in post processing lightening the shadows, though the one one her face particularly bothers me. Softer light might well have worked better. Also, her right elbow seems too close to the lens. A different angle would have given a better perspective of the model.