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jim914109/James (5)
Thumb-up    from oevt/Oscar (35,081) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 4:55:00 PM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

I see this as a beginning of the shooting. I find the location model and exposure render to go on the right path looking for more..regards.O

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Boss Swan (1) This item is new
michaelcastellano/Michael (73,900)
Thumb-up    from jac557/Jacques (18,049) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 4:11:11 PM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

Tightly framed and reasonably sharp representation of the big bird. Unfortunately, the lighting is confusing as the main light (sun?) seems to be coming from the right, but the shadow of the neck is caused by another source (flash?) coming from the left.

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Smile (5) This item is new
billdad/William (2,639)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from jac557/Jacques (18,049) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 4:00:55 PM CDT (1) Early critique This item is new

This is a very well done portrait. It has no technical flaws, beautiful light, impeccable framing, and, mostly, a very nice expression captured.

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Stone Man (4)
smoke11/Patrick (3,251)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from oevt/Oscar (35,081) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 4:00:31 PM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

Some sort of time travel allows me to go where I'll never be...so this 'Isla de Pascua' stone shot in a museum allows me to enjoy the idea of going all the way to the site... mystery can not be avoided sensation..a frame that renders such deserves such...regards.O

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Tropea, Italy. (2) This item is new
radek/Radoslaw (15,228)
Thumb-up    from jac557/Jacques (18,049) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 3:56:44 PM CDT (1) Early critique This item is new

This photograph has the challenge to show a too large set of values from highlights to shadow. I suggest that next time you bracket your exposures and merge the resulting combination in the appropriate image editing program.

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Sophia (7) This item is new
pautov/Yuri (17,610)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from ektachrome/Francesco (14,424) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 3:56:31 PM CDT (0) This item is new

lovely play of color with the not so perfect background, natural smile and all the matching accessories, shy hand posing... well you see her, you smile.. what else can we ask? i would have like a more wide canvas but this is not preventing a 3TU for me :D

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Widow (7) This item is new
fotoprok/Prok (53)
Thumb-up    from ssal/Alex (35,159) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 3:52:22 PM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

The subject lady seem quite at ease. The image is crisp sharp. The head leaning away portrayed the seriousness that goes along with age. The tone is too dim and lacks contrast. That could easily be corrected by sliding the right of the level to the foot of the histogram curve. The background has the same color/tone as the face. I would suggest changing the color to gray or grayish blue so the subject would stand out from it. Last but not least, you can bring the left crop...

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high and dry (3) This item is new
resias/Resias (2,032)
Thumb-up    from davez/Dave (19) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 3:09:21 PM CDT (1) Early critique This item is new

I agree with the previous critique, great capture and too much stick. I also think the stick is washed out. You may be able to correct the stick exposure in lightroom or photoshop.

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Smile (5) This item is new
billdad/William (2,639)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from npaoni/Nicholas (23,555) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 2:56:57 PM CDT (2) Early critique This item is new

This is a very nice portrait. You achieved good focus on her eyes and they really draw me into the frame. I am also fond of the natural light and how it falls asymmetrically on the subject. Her clothing was also well chosen, so that it adds just a bit of color, without dominating the scene.

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Tropea, Italy. (2) This item is new
radek/Radoslaw (15,228)
Thumb-up    from npaoni/Nicholas (23,555) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 2:52:23 PM CDT (3) Early critique This item is new

This looks like a very interesting place to visit and I like how you composed the frame. I don't think the lighting was the best for the shot though. If you have a chance for a reshoot find a time when the angle of the sun is low and bathing the cliff and homes in nice, golden light to bring out all the interesting colors and features.

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Widow (7) This item is new
fotoprok/Prok (53)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from efraims/Efraim (349) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 1:40:26 PM CDT (1) Early critique This item is new

A noble figure. Beautiful Portrait. The lighting and the colors are good and soft. The composition and good sharpness. I really liked the result. Thanks for sharing.

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Tax office (3) This item is new
jmrosz/Jan (225,004)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from dfar143/Daniele (1,954) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 1:36:29 PM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

The image is very bright but not over exposed....instead, i can underline as a critique that little title (Tax office) in a wrong position. The exposition time was too short for this type of shot. Best regards.

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Blue Night (4) This item is new
kazemir/Steve (3,640)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from digro/Didi (2,918) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 1:36:24 PM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

Hi Steve. Wonderful composition. The moon, the stars, the bridge, the city lights, the pole.... everything is realy well placed. The blue of the sky looks fine and the moon has a good looking yellow cast.. What disturbs me is the bright light at the rigt side and the bright objtct (plane?) at the horizen at the left side. Another strange thing is the fact, that the startrails are bended at their beginning. that looks weird. maybe you should try to start your trail a bit...

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Widow (7) This item is new
fotoprok/Prok (53)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from dfar143/Daniele (1,954) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 1:27:08 PM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

IMO, beautiful portrait, perfect in every photografic elements, the wall on the background is a perfect frame for the subject...thanks for sharing. Best regards.

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Aurea (2) This item is new
yellowgrey/Barbro (16,717)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from dfar143/Daniele (1,954) Send mail to this user on July 29, 2014 1:18:31 PM CDT (1) Early critique This item is new

I like these types of shots, that make a beautiful composition from a simple subject...maybe i would prefer a bit more contrast and saturation. It would be interesting to know others parameters of this shot. Best regards.

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