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Photogeek

I'm no great shakes as a photographer, but if you see an image you like or one that can be improved, let me know how
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  • Girl on the rocks

    There is a lot of negative space in this image, but because of the brightness of it, it leads the eye away from the subject. . . .This is a shame as the subject is well worthy of being the focus of the image.

    The highlights in the extreme lower left appear blown, the large lump of foreground rock on the lower right could do with being darkened, along with the area top left . . .and the rocks in the gully. Doing this together with perhaps brightening the model would make the image much stronger.

    Overall though a nice concept, just a bit more required in post processing to make it zing.
    • 17 Jan 2014 4:05PM
  • mixed - media

    Knew it was yours straight from the thumbnail . . .Excellent, as always
    • 7 Jan 2014 4:54PM
  • Cherise branching out

    What A beautiful satyr
    • 9 Oct 2013 8:54AM
  • When the cat leaves

    Gorgeous!

    If it was me, I would crop the RHS to the door frame, to act as a stop . . . and then the skirting acts as a lead in to the subject . . .which would move to one of the 'golden thirds' . . . if that is important to you Grin
    • 18 Jul 2013 8:53AM
  • Lith printing...

    Love them

    In fact you've probably inspired me to get of my *rse and finally do some cyanotype printing, that I have kept saying I will do.
    • 14 May 2013 8:57AM
  • The Good, The Bad and The Absurd - The Shower Scene 2

    My second thought was

    "Shame that Silicone needs sorting out"

    Closely followed by

    "and so does the grouting under the window"

    Both act as Lead in lines to the focus of the image, ans so in an ideal would should be as good as possible.

    Other than that the Images works absolutely perfectly. I'd love to see it done as a cyanotype, the softness would work well IMO
    • 29 Apr 2013 4:28PM
  • Auburn-Rose

    Very Helmut Newton-ish
    • 22 Apr 2013 11:11PM
  • I love your portfolio Ron, absolutely lovely images. Thanks for you comments on my pictures its easier to accept valid criticism from someone with such a strong portfolio
    • Posted on rontear's profile
    • 10 Mar 2007 6:58AM
  • I've seen your images and always wanted to comment, I've not clicked as much as I want to due to pressures of time. I am going to make the time to go back and look at your pictures and really appreciate each one. Your personal work is excellent, cutting edge without being inaccessible, thank you