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Critique or advice are always appreciated. As is your time to write it, also.

Similarly, if you think my critique was helpful please remember to nominate it as Constructive Critique. I may not be very as well as I want to be, able to take the pictures I want, but I am happy to make others to improve theirs. Knowledge should be shared for the benefit of everyone.

All the best to your photographic journey.
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  • Indicator Colours

    Minimalist beauty.
    • 22 Oct 2016 9:01AM
  • A writer that's in need of sleep; a lady that's in loving need

    This lady has a CBE:
    Come to Bed Eyes.
    • 21 Oct 2016 9:11PM
  • Central Park - how to avoid the rain

    Hi, it deserves a black and white conversion, simple design and figure would make a perfect image.
    • 21 Oct 2016 8:59PM
  • blue pictures

    I see you have attempted to incorporate all of its wonders in a single frame using the widest focal length available for that lens, 18mm, In my first mod I have tried to clear up some of what I thought ''excessive parts'', the light/camera at the top left corner and the sculpture (?) at the bottom right corner of the frame.
    Less is more and probably this motto best expresses the philosophy of architecture or civilisation there. I think you could address this finding but zooming using values more than 100mm to pick up unique items, like the light/camera and the striped pattern in a bigger square or oblong frame which contain the arch and a surface of grey. Or the patterns and the hand-rail, do you see the T T created there? Or the patterns and the sculpture shot from that angle but without the painting at the background, etc.
    The shooting angle, probably chosen for the painting on the right, seems making everything looking particularly skewed. I think you should look at the door straight ahead and let the shadows to offer that leaning element. That said, I hope you had a nice time in Santorini.
    best regards,
    • 21 Oct 2016 1:13AM
  • At speed!

    Hi Paul,
    I think the part I omitted in my crop introduced a light area on the left and a dark different level on the right. Taking into consideration the dropped leaves in that zone, which appear like rubbish, I thought of ''clearing up'' and presenting the dog in an elongated frame that seems to match the stretching of its body.
    Hope you like it.
    • 20 Oct 2016 11:30PM
  • A question of angles. And design.

    I would hate to see you expelled dudler. Can you mail me your contact details please? Lol.
    • 15 Oct 2016 1:37PM
  • Bit of a nice summer day

    Great idea and execution.
    Nice tribute to the summer too.
    • 15 Oct 2016 1:33PM
  • Farewell Barbara.
    My condolences to your family and your many friends for their sudden loss.
  • Cameras and software can make all photographers equal.
    Your work shows me that you are someone who photographs with their heart. Do never lose that.
    Our gaze can make our photographs special, our feelings can make them unique.
  • Beautiful images, properly taken. Angles, colours themes are well studied and presented. Applauds.
    • Posted on seahawk's profile
    • 1 Sep 2016 11:05AM
  • Refreshing, imaginative, daring storytelling. Bravo!
  • Welcome back Ross.
    • Posted on Ross_D's profile
    • 29 Jan 2014 10:50PM
  • I came to notice Iain due to a skillful set of pictures he had taken, quite innovative, very clear as concepts, and excellently executed.
    The last characterises all of his portfolio, as his skill shine.
    Iain is a proof that it is much better for a photographer to stop worrying about the equipment and start focusing on knowing to put it in good use and also of how important the imagination is for turning the ordinary into spectacular.
  • Tactile, well seen and well shot pictures. Congratulations IgorKo!
    • Posted on IgorKo's profile
    • 14 Mar 2013 3:13PM
  • I speak in a language which is not my own, with the conventions it has and it places on my opinion for Alda's work. I hope I shall be understood.

    Alda does not "take pictures" as a photographer. She "makes pictures" like a painter does. A painter has an idea, or a stimulus, and works with his/her tools to make it. I think Alda does the same but instead of brushes, she uses a camera. She portrays "inner thoughts" which she turns into images for other people to see. Not many people have that charisma and that doesn't mean any less for people who shoot more "formal" type of pictures.
    • Posted on Alda's profile
    • 3 Mar 2013 8:00PM
  • I shall agree with Karl above, I came to know glenn's work through his kind advice. His work is a meticulous celebration of light, shapes and life. His shots are well thought, not just opportunistic or lucky, "Sans tÍte", "Joy ride" prove a photographer who is not only able to conceptualise a picture but is readily prepared to make it happen also. I wish you all the best Glenn, it is a pleasure and honour to have you here.
    • Posted on GlennH's profile
    • 26 Feb 2013 9:10AM
  • Great work. Lighting, composing, timing work perfectly and harmoneously. Bravo.