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  • Jane and and Sally by Dixxipix

    There is something captivating in this simple shot. Well done.
    • 29 Jan 2017 9:54AM
  • Crack of Dawn by studioline

    There is that tony. Wink
    • 26 Dec 2016 11:06PM
  • Skimming stones by studioline

    Mixture of sharpening and blurring. Can you notice it?

    Yes she is very determined!
    • 14 Sep 2015 10:09PM
  • Harbour Lights. by Blenny

    That is a cracking image. Well done.
    • 13 Sep 2015 10:31PM
  • Fierce by studioline

    Quote:This is nice, but to be honest, I would like to see the other eye and mouth in focus as well. It would be much more 'in your face' if especially the mouth was in focus. Just my opinion Grin

    It was a close decision but I wanted the image to be different as opposed to what one would expect. Still trying hard though. Thanks for the comment and the feedback, it makes all the difference.
    • 31 Mar 2013 10:27PM
  • The Zebra by studioline

    Thank you very much photowanderer for that comment. Creative team will be delighted to hear that.
    • 17 Mar 2013 7:49PM
  • Pulp Fiction by studioline

    Thank you for the award Youngjedi75.
    • 6 Jan 2013 6:32PM
  • Those days. by studioline

    Thank you so much for the awards. I am trying to find meaning in my photography and hopefully I will continue to develop with time. Thanks again for all the votes.
    • 21 Nov 2012 1:34AM
  • Headlines by studioline

    Thanks guys. It's the subtle change of angulation in the body that makes it work for me.
    • 14 Nov 2012 1:26PM
  • Read all about it. by studioline

    You are bang on EyesFront with your observations...on all accounts. The male was put in as a stand in model and is indeed one of the photographers. I needed him just to ad a story to the image. Ironically as the shoot progressed, the better he got. I should have started shooting him 2 hours before the actual time!
    Thank you so much for spending time to comment.
    • 13 Nov 2012 2:07PM
  • Black Widow by studioline

    Thank you very much Eddie. It is indeed shot in a studio. The light is from a large soft box to her left and powered by a Bowens Gemini 250, backlit by barndoors and a fill in flash to her right (Gemini Esprits 200. I hope that helps.
    • 13 Nov 2012 2:00PM
  • Ann by Uppercut

    amazing body shape.
    • 24 Oct 2012 8:46AM
  • Coal Tit by studioline

    Yes I was Gil. Have you been there?
    • 21 Oct 2012 1:54PM
  • Moonlight Kiss by studioline

    Thanks Polly. I have to admit it was a dalylight image and I added the moonlight in and cloud effect too.
    • 4 Jul 2012 2:47AM
  • Lost in thoughts by studioline

    Quote:Damn, i saw the thumbnail and thought i was going to be clever by complimenting your vintage treatment and the tones and subtleties of light... but now i have seen your own note, i won't Wink

    Lol. I struggle for something to say about my images and felt that I had better put something in there. Lol. Glad you agree though.
    • 28 May 2012 1:34PM
  • Reasons to be cheerful by studioline

    Thanks all for the votes/ comments. i can assure you that it is the comments that make it all the more interesting. I think that having posted the last 4 images with objects in the background, it appears that most photographers feel that they should be removed and that is even with the necessity of the objects to identify the location. I see John that you work nearby, could you tell me if you get the concept of the lat 4 images. I am trying to show Leith as it is on a normal day against a fashion element.
    Normally I would have tidied up the image to make it look more appealing however I am hoping it will appeal to the small Leith community.
    • 21 Apr 2012 9:49AM
  • modern lady like to drink bird's nest by foochai

    Love the model. Feel the composition could benefit from just being a little wider and also a little lighter on the right hand side of the image. I am sure a gradient could be applied. Skin tone are lovely.
    • 19 Apr 2012 7:14AM
  • Drama in Leith by studioline

    I think both of you have a point in mentioning the distractions but I still think that this image is more intersting for the distractions however.....the client does not agree and sure enough the distractions have to be removed.

    Thank you so much for the critique, as always it is very much appreciated.
    • 17 Apr 2012 11:11PM
  • Setting Sun at Cramond Harbour by studioline

    I was aiming for a water colour dreamy kind of effect. Thanks for noticing.
    • 11 Apr 2012 10:26AM
  • Situation by studioline

    It is a her Paul. Lol. I am glad you like it.
    • 9 Apr 2012 9:03AM
  • Red by CraigWalker

    I am loving everyything about this image but feel that the colours and vibrncy have been let down by a lack of directional light. You still get my vote as the image appeals to me.
    • 9 Apr 2012 8:27AM
  • s p l a s h by Uppercut

    love the multitiude of tones in this image. Well done. Love it.
    • 8 Apr 2012 7:32PM
  • Small house -big dreams. by studioline

    I tried making it look as if she was lying face up on a road - double yellow lines. May post that up.
    • 12 Mar 2012 8:30PM
  • Great tit in flight by trev4

    that is an incredible photograph. Could you tell me at what focal length and speed you were shooting at? I have tried this shot many times and never managed to get as good a result as this.
    • 23 Feb 2012 10:58AM
  • Starlet by studioline

    Thank you very much Monkeytravels. i have been noting I often seem to be ploughing my own field. Lol.
    I am getting more and more mainstream with the colouring.
    • 28 Nov 2011 4:05PM
  • After Dark by studioline

    Quote:Great pose,Shame about the fingers cut off.

    I was wondering where to crop the image. Usually would have kept all the nails but thought that it looked quite nice with some of the nails cropped off. I have a much larger version which I could show the fingers though. Any thoughts from other viewers. Your opinions would really help me. Thanks footloose, I really appreciate the feedback.
    • 18 Nov 2011 8:00AM
  • When no one is watching by studioline

    Cheers Rapido for pointing that out. I will remove it before it goes to print.
    • 16 Nov 2011 7:26PM
  • The Directors Choice by studioline

    You are very correct Indrasish. There is a large soft box to the models left but it did not add to the image but took away from it.
    Thank you for commenting and thank you for looking.
    • 14 Nov 2011 10:21AM
  • Carnival. by sherring

    Got my attention. Lovely pose, different background and great colours too.
    • 14 Nov 2011 8:59AM
  • The Silent Chair by studioline

    Quote:Awesome Composition.... Excellent Picture!!!!

    Thanks was working on this heavily last night to get the overall composition confirmed. Thanks for appreciating it.
    • 13 Nov 2011 2:25PM