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  • The Pogues

    Yes I agree. They were really hard to shoot, the lighting was virtually non existant! That may have something to do with the lead singer's quality of image!
    • 11 Dec 2011 6:10PM
  • Roll up Roll Down

    sunny ingoldmells...............very imaginative shot. but maybe if the train was on the track!!!
    • 2 Aug 2010 8:16PM
  • Are You Taking My Best Side

    Perfect! What more can I say?
    • 4 Apr 2010 11:43AM
  • Stamen

    Great DOF.
    • 4 Apr 2010 11:42AM
  • The Wheel

    Thanks for for your comments. It is in Sheffield, England. It is in a pedestrianised area, just next to the town hall.
    • 3 Feb 2010 8:41AM
  • Stone dropped in a glass

    Quote:It's good to challenge yourself and try something new, Liam, and I admire you for that. I know this is a difficult area of photography, but I have seen some amazing successful shots on this site. I agree with Rachael about the strong highlights, and you do admit to possibly having got this wrong. I think the sparkles in the water are acceptable, but not the reflections of your light source. There is very little colour in the shot, and you might like to consider coloured water and/or some coloured card for the background. My major niggle is that I couldn't immediately recognise what this was, so I think it's important for you to look at the image objectively and if it isn't discernible as being a stone dropped into water, try again. The splashes at the top are an important part of the composition in this respect, but yours are not well enough defined and you haven't given them enough space in the frame. I think you need to move back a bit and have some space around your subject. The waterline is not level, and I think it's important for that to look straight. Might I also suggest using something other than a stone, simply because it isn't eye-catching or colourful, and doesn't have a great shape. It blends in too well with the water and water movement, and that's partly why I found it hard to know what was happening in the image at first glance. A good attempt.

    Thank you for you really constuctive comments. When you put it way you have I can now see exactly what is wrong with it. I will take on board all your comments and try and try again.
    • 23 Sep 2009 8:38PM
  • Double Trouble



    Thank you
    • 23 Sep 2009 6:27PM

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