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pablophotographer's Gallery Comments
Hmm... The current shooting position has brought the rider against a dark background. I think this is a subject to shoot from the hip as they used to say; it would have included the foreground and hopefully it would have made both the horse and the rider stand out even more. Talking about rider and horse... one would be enough in the frame, so the corner one and a half riders and horses could have been cropped out.. Nice image manipulation by the way
Hi, it's a beautiful sight indeed. The current frame measures 10x8 roughly and I would suggest a crop from the bottom too to make it like a 10x5.5; It retains the silhouette of the tall trees;I do not find too much interest in the reflection as it approaches you because the trees reflected on the water seem like a colour soup blended with rock grey; it's not your fault , it's the fact that the water of the lake is not completely flat to reflect the landscape as a perfect mirror image. Thus, since the reflection was not the most important feature you could have placed th camera down and take a picture from boot height.
Hello world traveler
Hiya, I think f/10 is too much of an aperture to use Marty; some of the background is too sharp, how had you arranged the focusing? I would suggest a far tighter crop which excludes all of the background from both sides (chops the ear too, so like Van Gogh) Tighter frame would make it more claustrophobic and suitable! Good in mono, even the soft focus work a treat.
What a landscape! what an amount of human work!
Hi, nice shooting position and beautiful arches. I like the mono.
I shall not take position. The ones who know I agree have been notified automatically.
I quote myself having said for olamii97's picture ''Bliss''
Colour for me; reality as it happened. The mono effect made her right (to us) eye socket look darker, near sinister.