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A quick view of Robert51's recent activity.

  • Racing that Shadow.

    I think he is just about in front at the present.
    Great image that captures the magic of Bexhill-on-Sea and the iconic De La Warr Pavilion.
    • 4 Apr 2020 8:12AM
  • Lost Time

    I think this sums up how we all feel at the present with a simple image that conveys the message.

    The mod I remove the slight mint tint, then cropped the image. I moved the watch up and allowed content aware to fill the space. I also brightened the middle of the watch a little. I hope you like it...
    • 4 Apr 2020 8:07AM
  • Coquet Island Sunrise

    Happy to be the 30th vote on this great image.
    • 3 Apr 2020 9:35PM
  • Springbok

    Stunning image...
    • 3 Apr 2020 7:31AM
  • distancing

    Thank you this brought a much need smile to my face which is much needed in these times...
    • 1 Apr 2020 8:50AM
  • untitled

    This is a really good image Pete you have gone for the darker effect on her right side of the face that adds mystery to the image. This also helps with the contrast that makes the image look sharper.
    Looking over your pictures I see the young lady tends to wear her glasses low, I expect from the habit of looking over the top of them. This is something to watch out for as it starts to cover the eyes, which is a key to all portraits. I see you also work a lot in black and white and you requested ideas about processing. First learn about curves which you will find in most software, as this will become one of your most used tools. It your want to take that bit further gradient maps give great control even over black and white images. Simple sliders with black , white and 50% grey in the middle allows to control the light in the image so you can get the result you want.
    There are plenty of videos on Youtube about both of these. I hope this helps...
    • 1 Apr 2020 8:45AM
  • Bradley Ray at Cadwell

    Love the way the subject fills the frame. Makes you feel your that close.
    • 31 Mar 2020 8:12AM
  • Really enjoyed looking over your work. What really stands out is the amount of work you have put into them to get the certain feel to a image.

    Great work...
    • Posted on pascalg's profile
    • 13 Sep 2019 8:02AM
  • Looking over your work was a real pleasure and shows how to capture beauty in a single shot. Great work...
  • Just stunning Carri.
    Your pictures is the reason we all pick up cameras...

    Pleas keep producing such wonderful work and thank you for sharing.

    • Posted on Carri's profile
    • 14 Mar 2016 5:06PM
  • Hi Stephen
    Great shot with those wonderful eyes. Two things with portraits that I have found, are avoid hands near the face. Very hard to great right and a little edge darkening helps to draw the eye to the face.
  • Hi Darren
    Looking over your work after seeing the picture of your wife. All I can say it's a real knock out. Your images are stunning and it's been a long time since I have seen a collection of work at such a high standard. Look forward to seeing more of art in the future.
  • Hi Jo
    Looking over your work has just blown me away. Some of the images are stunning and you can see how you work has just got better and better.
    Thanks for the allowing us to share in your work.
    • Posted on kitsch's profile
    • 14 Sep 2009 11:57AM