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macdaniel's Gallery Comments

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Smoking. by Paintman


Excellent image and the content; makes one wonder what the woman had been doing before deciding to take a break; the fleeting leg in the background make a nice contrast with her private moment.

By: Paintman

Roofs by MAK54


you arrived at a funny image!

By: MAK54

Aqua Sphere by Quoise

Aqua Sphere

very fine image; this is the more gentle and delicate one.

By: Quoise

Mourning Doves by banehawi

Mourning Doves

well timed for both attention; liike a snapshot from people sitting on a terrace and relaxing in the warmth of the sun

By: banehawi

Black (& Red) On Green by KarenFB

Black (& Red) On Green

very nice image; like the effect of wide-angle macro

By: KarenFB

Holiday For Lucien by LynneJoyce

Holiday For Lucien

Lynne, for me it is vs. 09 where the manipulation adds to the image

By: LynneJoyce

Robin by Oldroadster


a critique comment: like the image not only for the robin, which always seems to attract attention, but also for the upper background. The image is sharp and very well exposed. But for me the image consists, at least that is how I perceive it, of four parts competing for the eye's attention: the lovely upper background, the lower, bit duller background, the stake, and the main subject, the robin. Maybe by a simple more panoramic cropping one could reduce the role of the duller lower background and the stake.

By: Oldroadster

City Hall of Brussels by macdaniel

City Hall of Brussels

Quote: If you tilted the camera up and took another overlapping shot of the bell tower then stitched them in a vertical panorama

Thanks for votes and comments and Jeff I will bear in mind your advice

By: macdaniel

food digging cont. by macdaniel

food digging cont.

Thanks Lynne, you made me dig for the crop Smile and to make something of it Blush.

By: macdaniel

food digging by macdaniel

food digging

Many thanksl for your comments and for your votes; as with **** I am also curious to see what modification work Lynne had done with it. I realize the small portion the human element has in the mainly landscape matter. Didn't even attempt to search for a crop that would emphasize the searching people party though realizing they are a very important part of the image or maybe the most important; I mean to say: leave them out and the image becomes far less interesting. In order to make their presence felt I uploaded the image as large as could be by making the image panoramic.

By: macdaniel

The Star Collectors by BlueRoom

The Star Collectors

as this one

By: BlueRoom

Star Fishing by BlueRoom

Star Fishing

like it

By: BlueRoom

Jonathan Livingstone by Big_Beavis

Jonathan Livingstone

what a lovely image taken with an old Takumar, very good lighting in it and a great sky signature; thanks David

By: Big_Beavis

brush time by sarasij

brush time

the closer you image them the more hightech they become; well done!

By: sarasij

come from sky by sarasij

come from sky

very interesting image; why not rework towards B&W and bring out those boys a little more and that sky and detail under control

By: sarasij

Despair by Angi_Wallace


Can you make a great shot of despair? It drips from the image like the streaks - are they blood or tears - on the door she sits against and the street is wet. There is only one niggle to despair you: would have liked to see her a little bit out of the center by cropping a little from the pavement.

By: Angi_Wallace

Blue Wren by ringyneck

Blue Wren

these birds are really small and their motion can be compared with a leaf in a storm - i have seen two or three times and thanks to your photo I already know it's name even before having been able to take an image of the bird.

By: ringyneck

lost in time by NeilWigan

lost in time

like it and the idea of contrast which is well dramatized; maybe, maybe: too much processing, girl too much centralized?
Our Queen observed about two years ago that the only thing that remains constand in our lives is change. And here you show
the change that bombards us.

By: NeilWigan

The Splits by Dreameruk

The Splits

I never knew that birds did also exercise gymnastics; indeed so amusing to see, thanks for sharing this one.

By: Dreameruk

Sleeping rough by EddieDaisy

Sleeping rough

indeed rough and saddening the eyes; but you present here an excellently manipulated image with serious subject matter too and that should deserve more attention.

By: EddieDaisy

Walkies by david deveson


wonderfully clever indeed, first the asymmetrical geometry, the texts that make no sense, then the eye dwells to the treat of the image and the leash is the finisching touch that makes you wonder who .....

By: david deveson

Do you need a friend? by rayme330

Do you need a friend?

A fine snap from life enhanced by the casual composition; thanks for your comment on "view on paris"; it was taken without a tripod, in a causal way Smile and, as you seem to like, with a light touch of HDR toning in PS

By: rayme330

People of Influence by wideangler

People of Influence

two defining principles that show civilization is in progress, though it is a tough and hard way.

By: wideangler

Ill Matched Lovers by wideangler

Ill Matched Lovers

men do only think of sex, I am a man Wink

By: wideangler

Jaw Warrior by Archangel72

Jaw Warrior

a vote for your work but not for the creator who must have got his inspiration from a nightmare; funny how the other colours resemble.

By: Archangel72

Jay by HenB


Rightly timed and which makes it also a funny image that makes the viewer wonder after the sort of action of the bird.

By: HenB

Lily by Big_Beavis


david, i really like your way of presenting your flower images in a sort of simplified way; if possible take care to take them not too frontal but in such a way as (in this one) to preserve some depth in the image. Well done!

By: Big_Beavis

splash of colour by scoobsmx6

splash of colour

hAi alan, nice image, like the selective colouring; should uncolour the blue/green stuff in the bottom; I quickly read the comment and no one mentioned the image seems to be not straight which is not always a must, but in this one it is. regards

By: scoobsmx6

Dragonfly? by HarrietH


like this image and as said especially for the watercolour suggestion; seen in that light, it is sharp enough; and indeed monopods and tripods are cumbersome tools in macrophotographing those little beasties that tend to fly away on approaching; as said, the dragonfly can be easy as it sometimes stays in place until you try to kiss it. I have also noticed with the damselflies that they sometimes tend to persistently return to the spot they just sat on. In such a situation a tripod can be ideal to take a pinsharp image of them > so, this one well done, like it and could be a sort of raw material for a print.

By: HarrietH

icicle by GraemeBrooks


This one should have had more attention; it is a strange, a bit surreal image as if a piece of coast in suspended in the air, the dots one the white ice being pinguins on a beach which is a broken glacier covered with vegetation. Puzzling one.

By: GraemeBrooks