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  • Hatfield Forest 10

    Like this set Johnny. Nice one. !
    • 23 Aug 2010 6:48PM
  • Relaxed Pose

    Not bad for a first go Gina.! I would be tempted to darken this down and add more midtone to give it more punch. Left side of the face looks slightly overexposed. Metering off the face may have done the trick?

    • 15 Mar 2009 8:50PM
  • Wyatt

    Nice big closeup. To be honest I can't see much much wrong with this Jason. I think the crop and exposure look good. The only thing I would alter next time, would be to try and get the catchlights on the iris rather than on the pupil.

    • 15 Mar 2009 8:15PM
  • I cant get no...petrol

    Good looking shot Ed.. Nice contrast between the sunset and silhouette of the plant.. Can I ask where the vantage point was?
    • 28 Apr 2008 9:15PM
  • St Giles Cathedral

    Looks pretty good Katy. Exposure looks balanced across the frame to me. Grad has worked well. Maybe another grey Scottish day though which makes it difficult. Nice sidelight can really pick out detail in the brickwork in this type of shot, maybe another day. Couple of minor observaions, I would have placed a pedestrian more to the left of the shot and bigger in the frame, and would have tried to place the bollards in the frame and not clipping the edge as I think that catches the eye of the viewer. Give me a shout if you are through this way again., Im in Ed..
    • 19 Apr 2008 11:00AM
  • Pink Rock Beach

    Good effort Katy. How about metering the foreground, then the sky and add the appropriate ND to give a balanced exposure. Thats what I try and do and it seems to work(well some of the time!). You have a difficult shot to make work here as it looks like a grey day so its always going to be difficult from the outset. Early morning or early evening is usually when you get the best light. I think Dunbar is North facing so that makes availble light even more scarce! Also on the foreground I would try and select a big rock or similar to give a nice focal point and lead into the shot. Just a few thoughts, sorry for the ramble!
    • 1 Apr 2008 10:57PM
  • Bad hair day

    Stunning shot, cant believe no ones clicked or commented. Well done on the placement, colours and muted backgroud. Crisp and clear..
    • 2 Oct 2005 8:58AM

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