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Super Ian - making the most of the unique kimmeridge features. This is the best shot I've seen from there, if not perfect in execution the idea and notion are spot-on. If I was being mega critical I'd say it needed a little more sky, especially with that lovely colour - it just feels a little short of breath up at the top of the image, and you've got the space to spare at the bottom.
Spot-on balance with the background lighting and colour, but the lighting on the model seems a little flat - a little more shift to the left side with whatever light source you were using and you'd get a much more 3D and flattering appearance, especially to her face.
Gorgeous detail shot - one of many recent shots you've put up here that show a very fine eye for the smaller details - something I hadn't put you with before. Beautifully simple and elegant stuff, the award is for all of them but this really caught my eye. Just gorgeous...
This is going to sound like a difficult suggestion for improvement, but perhaps waiting until there was (if there was at all) a moment when the closest dancer was motionless, or as still as possible, whilst everyone else behind here was moving faster and so recorded as a blur of movement.
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Added Date: 27/10/2009 - 8:05 PM
New Website up and running...
www.jamesappleton.co.uk - Cambridge-based Wedding, Landscape and Architectural Photographer...
Added Date: 24/09/2008 - 6:58 PM
Thanks for the p/f comment - much appreciated! You've got some corkers here too - only had a quick look but Penmon and Corsets are really striking, well thought shots with a lot to them. Great stuff!
Added Date: 22/09/2008 - 11:17 PM
Simon - no apologies, thankyou for even stopping by - if these images gave you any sort of feeling, that's thankyou enough for me
Added Date: 22/09/2008 - 12:13 AM
Many thanks for your comments - followed you up and well impressed with the findings - there's not a composition I don't like on the first page of your p/f, and you have wonderful adeptness with colour and light. I'm going to keep checking back and adding to what should be more votes - you've got some excellent work here.
Added Date: 19/09/2008 - 1:10 AM
Thankyou...! Some very solid stuff here yourself - keep it up!
Added Date: 18/09/2008 - 12:09 AM
P.s. - Cheers for the p/f comment - any ideas on how to get onto that radar?!
Added Date: 15/09/2008 - 10:19 AM
Thankyou for all your lovely comments on some of my photographs - i'm glad you like them! You have a good eye for colour - your latest shot with the red bird against such a bleak backdrop is excellent, I'm sure there are many pro's out there who would love such a shot!
Thanks again, and keep up the good work!
Added Date: 12/09/2008 - 7:29 PM
Been looking through your p/f - you've come a long way photographically in a pretty short time, and clearly contribute a hell of a lot to the top-end of this site quality-wise! I think two of your images really stand out, and I was genuinely suprised not to find them in the Editor's choice section - Jagged Shores and Mystic Coast II I if I remember rightly - the first has a genuinely engaged feel through composition that stands out from the crowd, and the second has some wonderful soft and ethereal light - rather than just the usual orange low-sun effect that so many people go for. Glad to have had this twenty minutes to peruse - I'm going to have to wander down to Cornwall sometime...
Take it easy,
Added Date: 07/09/2008 - 12:14 PM
Thanks for the award - esp since I've just dropped by and seen you'e pretty damn mean with a camera yourself...! If you ever want any advice on Iceland, don't hesitate to ask - I've been out there every summer for the past 4 years. It's a must-see though - I could (and probably will) be going back out there for so many more years.
Cheers, and keep up the awesome work
Added Date: 10/05/2008 - 12:34 AM
Hi Paul - some excellent shots here. I've left a reply on the image you commented on, but in short, Lofoten is in Northern Norway, above the Arctic Circle...
Thanks, and keep up the fantastic work...