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The Lord of Meow-dor Sees All

The Lord of Meow-dor Sees All by kentishtraveller

I hadn't realised it was mono and colour-popped. I thought it was a British Shorthair Blue and that was the true blue (Grey for those who dont kow about pedigree blue cats).
Excellent shot, sharp in the leading eye

Frosted rose

Frosted rose by Fisher2

think I'd have been tempted to remove the cobweb, but a great capture


Farina by DavidFosterImages

lovely image somewhat spoilt by the shape of those clouds Smile



excellent processing, nice composition.



yes, over the top processing for my liking (others would rave it) but good composition, and timed for the sheep looking at camera. Wonder if might be better cropped to the left wall edge

Random model

Random model by khimt4

great shot. Perhaps needs a little contrast added in post-processing

Norwich Cathdral

Norwich Cathdral by pdunstan_Greymoon

Image looks 3D, great. (but watch for black mark blemish in the sky) - clean that lens!


Rachel by OMalley2009

sepia processing works well. Perhaps the model's head moved as t-shirt looks sharp but face a little soft (blurred). You need the eye to be sharp

Rachel 2

Rachel 2 by OMalley2009

good low position giving a lead-in line to the model. Try for less depth of field (to blur the background) - not sure how though with a FinePix JX530

Beverley 4

Beverley 4 by OMalley2009

Good pose. Cropped at the elbow doesn't quite look right though - take off more arm or keep the elbow; read this http://www.digital-photography-school.com/anchoring-your-photography
Too much contrast on the face - if you expose for the sunshine the rest will be too dark. Wait for a cloud. Read http://www.digital-photography-school.com/easy-natural-light-portraiture-techniq...

Rachel 10

Rachel 10 by OMalley2009

too much distraction (or too sharp) background

Rachel 9

Rachel 9 by OMalley2009

might have been better with the model sitting more to her left (for an improved background) and taken from a position more to your left (to retain the post in shot)

Behind the Happiness

Behind the Happiness by tw3

well done matching the shadow on the face


Cat by TakaraDancy

interesting you uploaded this shot; the images on your site are far better imo

Ross Castle.

Ross Castle. by bombolini

can't agree with 'almiles' - it just looks too monotonous on its own, although I can see where he is coming from: the sky through the trees is quite bright

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