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You are welcome to look through my pictures and leave comments. All pictures are my copyright.
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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  • Imperfection

    No, no, no; this is not a ''spicy imperfection'', this is very good but ''not that spicy''
    • 26 Mar 2017 9:36PM
  • Twisted Tree

    It could look good too in black and white as well...
    • 26 Mar 2017 9:33PM
  • The Mechanic


    White clothing and white environment resemble Japanese car factories.
    Pity about the crease on the floor carpet on the right, that is a lesson to be taken home today
    Do not brake harshly, do not exceed the speed limits of 1mph when driving in so tight spaces.
    I think the mechanic is a very skilled person, good to have a seperate career beyond modelling and boxing.

    Bravo to both of you again
    • 26 Mar 2017 9:31PM
  • Citroen Mehari in Ibiza town, Ibiza

    Plastic Fantastic!
    Just got electrified by the memories.
    I have ridden one of these in orange (ages ago)
    • 24 Mar 2017 7:42PM
  • Sunset throug an old Gas lamp

    Technical details, like skewed horizons, should not distract us from the beauty of what we have in front of our eyes. It takes less time to feel rather than to think, so go with your instincts, grab the moment...
    • 24 Mar 2017 6:52PM
  • Barranco, Lima

    Amazing, lovely colours and story.
    • 22 Mar 2017 9:12PM
  • perfume

    Flipping heck. I am not sure if she wore the Coach perfume or she had her shades bought at the fielmann store opposite. I see nothing wrong with her walking left to right.
    • 22 Mar 2017 8:36PM
  • Archway

    Hi, Nice final result. If I am not mistaken your 8mm lens on a crop x1.5 sensor would give you a 12mm viewing angle.
    • 22 Mar 2017 8:18PM
  • Man in the pub

    Blyme, I thought he was laughing with you again taking pictures ☺
    • 22 Mar 2017 6:59PM
  • shelter

    cool pic indeed
    It seems exotic ... where is that? Brighton?
    • 21 Mar 2017 8:07PM
  • waiting for train

    ''Train comes in 3 minutes? Let's just walk boys, we'll be there faster.''
    • 21 Mar 2017 8:04PM
  • Man in the pub.

    Black on black appears too dark ...He looks like wearing a jumper same colour with his jacket.
    Yet facial expression is superb, he obviously trusts your photographic skills.
    The high ISO of 1600 seems smooth as butter Smile As an alternative I saw a framing, vertical just down the window behind him (starting from that imaginary line towards the right, everything is leaving the frame).
    A fond memory of familiar faces. Only the beer glass missing. Cheers!

    • 21 Mar 2017 7:59PM
  • What would you call this?

    V2 for me.
    I'd ask the buyer what the description on the receipt said. Just Shawl?
    Gypsies ladies have quite a modest dresses so I would not call it a Gypsy Shawl.
    • 21 Mar 2017 4:57PM
  • Morning at the city

    Hi, that straight line of the grey rooftop looks ankled a bit to the left so if I were to straighten it, I would rotate the whole frame about 5 degrees to the right. That as a result may lift some ''highlights'' but I would not expect to hear any complaints for that. The legs look, to me, cut off a bit abruptly, you could have about 2cm more of them in the frame. It looks like a cold light so ... brave on her to be out with just the underwear. Her concentration is apparent.
    • 21 Mar 2017 4:44PM
  • Der auto

    You can upload the original by clicking on upload modification (and mention that this is your original)
    Cars in German get the neutral definite article Das rather the male Der. So you say Das Auto. Nouns start with capital letters.
    • 21 Mar 2017 4:29PM
  • Child labour

    I do remember those iconic blue Fords, it looks brand new Smile
    • 21 Mar 2017 9:43AM
  • erica mysterious

    Good lighting, good pose Smile
    • 21 Mar 2017 9:35AM
  • In the light

    I am in two minds : very much inclined to give it an award or sceptical to crop it at the bottom end of the mattress as the feet below are not lit sufficiently.
    p.s. I hope you have fully recovered from that injury you've had
    • 21 Mar 2017 8:52AM
  • Touch Up!

    That Saint keeps performing miracles.
    I pressed once to upload a modification and the site uploads two of the same.
    (site-Saint-Satan, you are free to choose the pundit you like).

    I would give it a good score for the fun part of it.
    It is sharp but framing is rather kuluwahata with the inclusion of the black bag with the telephone wire on the right (which might be an alarm wire - for a bag of about 10 stirling pounds ?) I cropped the right corner as the left was also cropped, the message was kept safe on the bag. I saw no benefit in the black and white version. For the fun of it a ''pop-up'' single colouring could do keeping the just the word ''photoshop'' in colour.

    I noticed this is a fixed lens. The only way to zoom is with your feet (or indeed photoshop, lol ) If you feel intimidated to shoot with such a camera in a shop, just use your smartphone, I think it does not bother the shopkeepers as much.

    Thanks for sharing with us but please note that there is no shop information, please add.

    • 21 Mar 2017 8:40AM
  • T5 - A Notion of Authority

    Have you tried to read the ''Theory of Justice" by John Rawls? Just for comparison, lol.
    • 21 Mar 2017 8:07AM
  • last one :)

    Two questions Maya
    Why not a vertical frame
    why in black and white?
    I suspect you'll say that is the way you liked it.
    And I respect that.
    • 20 Mar 2017 10:16PM
  • Hair today Gone tomorrow

    Hi, I don't know what is she thinking Smile I actually think that this model has no capacity to thik actually.
    I've spent several minutes wondering how everything holds together. Beige goes well with light blue, red is not far from brown yet all together for me simply does not deliver. Cause you have ''yellow'' light on the background competing with ''blue'' light on the forefront. Food against Food. It's like bacon, sausages, beans and egg on top of the ice cream. I've ''microwaved'' everything in the black and white oven and what had come out was an even, easy to digest result. I cropped the head so only the ''tiara''-like light reflection is there and one of the red lampshades so I ended in a tighter frame, alittle bit like a film noir, in black and white. I had the beer fro myself though. fair pay I thought.
    • 20 Mar 2017 8:42PM
  • Ready for Action

    Nice camouflage Smile
    • 20 Mar 2017 8:18PM
  • Flash of genius

    ''Hang on''...
    I gave some thought in the position of the arms and hands.. Had she attempted to open wider in striking movement the arms would point outwards, Had she attempted to shut the curtains in the same lively way the arms would be closer to each other... so she must he hanging there, hence my title Smile
    Baz's colour manipulation leaves me baffled. I know there are so many ways Phwoarrr Girl can look tanned.
    I am tempted to invite you all for a (normal) tan under the sun. Then we could probably distinguish the different shades of tan and know which one relates to reality most.
    May you all be well and productive,
    • 20 Mar 2017 4:09PM
  • All things bright and beautiful

    Nope I couldn't see well so... I think I should have cropped tighter on the right. I think it's not balanced now... but my eye is directed to the lower tulip... This is the descent of tulips. I tried a flip but I liked it this way eventually
    • 20 Mar 2017 3:59PM
  • Camel Rider

    Quote:I didn't know that they "drive" the camel from the back seat...
    Excellent photos, Savvas!

    Front is too close to neck 😁 compare with most commercial ships, bridge is near the stern so you oversee the cargo. The animal is driven with negative command control. Turn right is translated to it with a hit from the left as... "Do not go that way". Fishing boats with the steering on the stern are " driven" !like that, you pull the steer on the left to go right and vice versa.
    • 19 Mar 2017 11:04AM
  • Baffled.........

    Wishing you all goes well with the operation.
    • 19 Mar 2017 10:41AM
  • Epiphone Les Paul Guitar

    Very good blend of colours and lighting.
    • 19 Mar 2017 1:48AM
  • B&W

    A visual treat in black and white. Bravo.
    Beautiful bokeh. A great reminder of the discontinued 4/3rds system...
    • 17 Mar 2017 7:18PM
  • Zoomar!

    No, not bad at all!
    • 17 Mar 2017 5:09PM