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15/07/2014 - 8:57 AM


HoyaSuggestion #1: Crop the photo hard to the edge of the flower on 3 sides and leave a little more space on the lower edge of the flower.
Suggestion #2: It may be interesting to try this. Could you somehow fix a smallish mirror against the wall (blue tack would help) so that it reflects more of the under side and back of the hoya? Then photograph the flower and its reflection.
Suggestion #4: Could you take the photograph lying against the wall and beneath the flower? If so, try using flash as well, experimenting with flash at about half power or less.
Suggestion #5: Come to N.Z. They grow all over the place and a good point of view would be easier to arrange.
Good Luck! PAUL
01/02/2014 - 9:00 AM

head shot

head shotYou have captured a very intriguing expression. Would love to know what she was reacting to. A lovely face. For what it's worth, I would suggest that you try cropping the left side of the picture just where that black strap appears over her shoulder. I think the result would lift the interest in what she is looking at. In my opinion you have a very special image here. Best wishes, Paul
11/03/2013 - 8:01 AM

Lake of birds

Lake of birdsWow! An amazing scene. A suggestion: You might like to try cropping the foreground out to bring the birds to the front.
31/07/2011 - 10:20 AM


delightGreat composition and idea. I am not sure that the soft focus on the model goes so well with the stone wall, but that may just be my reaction. Interesting to see what others think. Definitely worth a vote anyway.
26/02/2011 - 9:37 AM

A Bit Of Fluff

A Bit Of FluffNice idea. I'm not sure, but I think it might have been more impressive if the "fluff" nearest the camera was in focus and that at the back blurred rather than the reverse, as it is. Would it have been possible to have the whole head inside the depth of focus/ Would be interesting to see if so. Nice lighting.
07/05/2010 - 11:16 AM

You didn't wait for me

You didn't wait for meGood spur of the moment shot, I guess. Well done! You stopped the plane right in the middle of the shot which normally might not have been the best choice but it works well because of its position in relation to the two cloud formations. I would have been tempted to make the sky a more natural blue, but then perhaps it is like that where you were? Anyway, I like the shot and your title.