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  • lamplight

    I travel through Melton fairly regularly and always admire the fine church ( and the pork pies!) so this pleasant image attracted me. On my screen it looks to have a blue cast which Robert and John have addressed in their mods and also straightened it up at the same time. Nice work.

    Geoff
    • 5 Feb 2016 11:00AM
  • EL FARO - Lighthouse of Los Gigantes

    Most attractive shot - the colours are gorgeous and the green in the foreground wave is delightful. Together with the clean whites of the crashing waves they make a wonderful image - I'm afraid I can't offer any critique as I can't see anything that might need changing!

    Geoff
    • 1 Feb 2016 11:28AM
  • The Long Journey.

    A rush of nostalgia! - Pentax ME Super and 35/70 - my kit for many years. Still got some of the negs but no decent scanner.
    I don't think it's too central, the path is curving gently to the right and the exit through the tunnel in the foliage is nicely off centre which gives a good objective to the "journey". I would be tempted to crop some off the bottom to reduce the height of the canvas which would still leave the attractive line of the trees and enough track for the two travellers, but would lose some of the interesting texture in the foreground.
    An interesting shot as it is though and the "stage manager" did a good job
    Geoff
    • 31 Jan 2016 11:26AM
  • Perspective?

    When I saw the thumbnail I thought, "this is one of Jasmine's". I agree with Paul and accipiter - leave it as it is, though Willie's mod is an interesting alternative.
    Geoff
    • 30 Jan 2016 10:26AM
  • Dark River

    A very dramatic image and the comments by Moira,Tanya and John cover the critique angle well.
    For some reason I found this rather disturbing and I didn't know why, but then I remembered I had just read Russell Braddon's book about his experiences working on the Burma railway while a POW in WW2 - always hungry and often tied up - the girl's expression seems to convey that sense of hopelessness which the prisoners must have felt. As John says, it is possible to read so much into this!
    Nice work,
    Geoff
    • 26 Jan 2016 12:34PM
  • Soulful

    The eyes are particularly beautiful and the whole picture is very appealing.
    Geoff
    • 25 Jan 2016 11:54AM
  • Wasdale Giants

    Couldn't agree more!
    Geoff
    Quote:PS. I just had a quick look through your portfolio. There are some brilliant shots, like your work.
    • 17 Jan 2016 11:37AM
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