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10/06/2012 - 9:40 PM


Deanna1This picture could be great. experiment with cropping, i would remove the flowers the distract and are a bit burned. Lines are very important also, ask your model to press the shoulders down to avoid square shoulders, they don`t look great, also ask your model to look in the lens, not higher or lower. If you want to present something like the flowers she holds, avoid eye contact with the camera as we are always drawn by eyes.

A very good start with your portfolio, keep taking photos and eperiment as much as you can.
If you can shoot raw will save you very much time when processing.

30/12/2011 - 2:40 PM


*Indeed well composed, i very much like it.
I would try and increase the contrast just a little, that will hopefuly make the footprints stand out more.
01/12/2011 - 12:47 AM

Panama, Panama - 3

Panama, Panama - 3It looks amazing, well captured, i like the colours and the bridge, time-lapse. I would see at least another version, and a powerful one. A very tight panoramic crop, will bring the emphasis on the bridge leading the viewer towards the city, i think would have more impact. If you want to go even further after cropping you could flip the image and the bridge will be in the left hand side and that will give it a stronger lead-in. Again a stunning picture as it is.

01/12/2011 - 12:08 AM

the way this where

the way this whereVery nice scene, but could use a bit of improvement. A suggestion would be to try and crop from the top because of the bright light, it distracts. As the eyes are in constant focusing they will always search for the brightest spot.
29/10/2011 - 12:47 PM

Janesmoor Pond New Forest

Janesmoor Pond New ForestVery nice, i would bring the emphasis to the ground, crop the empty sky a little above the tree line, see refletion from the bottom, about that much space i would suggest, it will give a greater impact over the whole scene. Again, wonderful landscape, well composed.