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01/09/2010 - 12:18 AM

Cittadella alley

Cittadella alleyThis shaft of light falls in just the right spot, very near what is called the golden spiral. You have kept a lot of detail in the dark, and yet the light area isn't over exposed. This is difficult to do, and you have done this very well.
14/05/2010 - 11:50 AM

What an actor

What an actorI like the skin tone in v4, but the processing in v3, except for the color of her skin, which has a green cast. Perhaps you could erase the effect from just her face.
She has a very convincing pout, she looks quite put uponSmile
23/11/2009 - 12:15 PM

New Light

New LightI like the composition, and that hint of rainbow. I would suggest trying to put it on a layer, choose multiply, then back the opacity down until it looks more like you saw it. You can bring a lot of color and depth out that way.
07/11/2009 - 11:54 AM

Sherdley Park

Sherdley ParkBeautifully done mono, and the reflections are superb. I would like to see this done in portrait format, cropped just to the left of the trees, eliminating the poles. By putting the trees in the "golden sections" position I think it would make an even stronger composition. It is a very lovely scene.
26/08/2009 - 6:49 PM

Evening Light

Evening LightThanks for uploading the original. It is so much easier to critique if one can see the difference. I think your color shift really helped this. As to the dark foreground, it doesn't bother me, in fact I think it adds depth to it. If you did want to try to lighten it, you could select just that area using magic wand or lasso, and then try either a curves adjustment or histogram adjustment just on the dark areas. I'm afraid if you did it on the entire photo, it would wash out the sky too much. It is already quite light in the midground. Your light looks quite natural, and the framing helps also. Nice job!
22/08/2009 - 12:18 PM

Whitsand Bay

Whitsand BayI like v1. As a suggestion, you could selectively choose the sky and then use a noise suppression filter. This would eliminate the grain (noise) in the sky. I like the mono and the composition very much.
22/07/2009 - 2:55 PM


****You have photographed this thistle beautifully. I like your viewpoint and the emphasis on the details of the flower's base, which is where the interest lies.
As to the frame...I frame a lot of my floral shots, especially, and of course they are a matter of taste. I think the heavily colored ones, such as v1 detract somewhat from the flower, but v2 and v3 are more pleasing to my eye at least. I usually choose a light color from within the image to use, and try to keep it from becoming too heavy. It all boils down to personal taste. You'll find yours, and if you like it, that's what counts in the end.
17/07/2009 - 12:38 PM

Market Street

Market StreetI rather like your version best. Old, and often crooked buildings are a challenge, and sometimes it's best to leave well enough alone. The image imparts a sense of the unusual nature of this village. Your colors are magnificent in this. Your lines are straight in the center of the image which is where the eye is automatically drawn, and the v shaped composition enhances that.
06/01/2009 - 11:51 AM

Empire View

Empire ViewFine shot.....
I would clone out the dark circle on the left just to clean it up a bit.
Very nicely composed.