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28/12/2014 - 10:32 PM


Robinooo you are a very lucky young man!!

How to improve this image?
It is pin sharp - so not much room for improvement there!
I know this is hard because robins do not stand to order, but if it were possible for its head to have been a tad further to the left as we look at it so that slightly more of its eye were visible. Also I wonder if there was a means to avoid the slightly blown out section on its chest? Would it have been possible to stop down the iso to 200 - fractional I know, but.......................
My only other thought is whether using f8 might have brought the fore ground into focus which would then be less of a distraction.

Well done, though, Max!

12/11/2014 - 10:37 PM


CactiA square crop might possibly work better, Elaine, because it will strengthen the shape of the four that are cosied up on the left had side of the image. The inclusion of the one on the bottom right looks to me as though it is the beginning of another image, if that makes sense.

Love the use of mono for this.

07/03/2012 - 9:31 PM

Through My Window

Through My WindowHi devlin

i much prefer the black and white version of this image, although i would like to see less intense light on the face of the little girl. I like the echo of the young man's thumb with his collar bone. The shadow of the window behind them almost secures an entrapment - not sure if you wanted the picture to say that? Is it possible to remove the patch of white behind the girls head? In both images it acts as a distraction. You may want to look at the work of Jenny Matthews 'women & war' pluto press 2003.

hope this helps.