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Sunrise in the Scottish Borders. (7) This item is new
bigsel/James (4,869)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from alstern/Al (6) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 3:34:06 PM CST (1) This item is new

Placing the hills and trees at the bottom emphasizes their delicate shape and the massiveness of the sky above them.

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clif/Clif (3,223)
Thumb-down    from sarrasani/Sandro (3,428) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 3:30:29 PM CST (1) Early critique This item is new

nothing interesting in this image. where is the subject? Also the weak contrast and the saturation so-so don't help to find interest....

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Panning in the Park (4) This item is new
barbisnap/Barbara (52)
Thumb-up    from michal235/Michal (130,623) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 3:15:38 PM CST (3) Early critique This item is new

A nice capture of this cyclist in motion. However in my opinion this cyclist could be slightly more sharpen. Try with set shutter speed between 1/30-1/60 or 1/125sec with active focus point set on cyclist, it could help here. Regards, Michal.

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Wheelbarrow (4) This item is new
jaygheiser/Jay (17,503)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from clif/Clif (3,223) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 2:52:10 PM CST (1) Early critique This item is new

Thanks for the explanation of your intent. I'd say you achieved your goal. The marvelous efflorescence on the cinder blocks works well with the gritty textures to convey the passage of time, and the lighting couldn't be better.

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tigra37/Fülei (1,993)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from khmueller/KlausH (11,634) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 2:01:48 PM CST (4) Early critique This item is new

pretty Andrea! I would consider not to crop the sofas legs in that way...perhaps crop it much tigher (or keep the sofa in total on the photo), hm...in general it is a problem to photograph directly in direction to the soles of the shoes...here its not that distrubing...I think the light could be even a bit less balanced...more shadows...because its window light...I guess you used a additional light source from camera left?..Klaus

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wolli/Ian (57,846)
Thumb-down    from rosti/Roni (31) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 1:55:47 PM CST (1) This item is new

Well Ian, it is not too bad actually. composition- it would have helped to have the full view of the building at the right side of the photo. I like the fact the the center stair case is going down slightly right to left, however it is a bit lost in the overall composition. might have help to corp heavily on the right (till mid tall building) and at the bottom. I think that while the technical quality (noise, fuzziness, distortion) for this type of shot are usually not...

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tigra37/Fülei (1,993)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from markino76/Marco (1,336) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 1:52:03 PM CST (4) Early critique This item is new

I like this pic. Really cute model and I like her natural pose in looking outside. I like the use of b/w and the not vulgar way in which her nude is introduced. I like the cozy pose of the girl, in some way it tells the story about the model waiting to begin pose for some work. Well, done thank you for sharing. 2 thumb up for me!

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Bee and flower... (6) This item is new
akiskan/Ismail (41,530)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from rep66/Ronald (3,142) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 1:29:15 PM CST (2) Early critique This item is new

Hi, Ismail. Your photo is dynamic in that it grabs and keeps my attention. The subject is well captured, and you have certainly shown it busy at work. I like the softness of the petals which contrasts well with the sharpness of the subject. However, when you add the softness of the background the overall softness becomes a little overpowering. I think that a solid black background would have attenuated or(lessened) this without reducing the potency of the image.

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A Macro (6) This item is new
shama1/Shama (95)
Thumb-up Thumb-up Thumb-up    from rep66/Ronald (3,142) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 1:11:20 PM CST (2) This item is new

Hi, Shama. I like your photo as-is. This is one of the few pictures I have see where negative space works--the emptiness on the left side leads you to fulfillment on the right side--in this sense it is like a leading line. The combination of colors are perfect. I like how the light green behind the yellow flower accents it and the subject. Quality exposure and good sharpness,

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Thumb-down    from gerpsych/Alan (2,329) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 1:00:00 PM CST (5) Early critique This item is new

I think I am missing something here. There is little obvious subject to the photograph and there is too much detail for it to be an abstract. In the viewfinder this may have come over as more punchy, perhaps the difference in textures between the bricks and wall and the trees attracted you. However, this has been lost in the process of capture. A title may have given us a clue.

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Sunrise in the Scottish Borders. (7) This item is new
bigsel/James (4,869)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from rep66/Ronald (3,142) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 12:56:55 PM CST (2) Early critique This item is new

Hello, James. Your shot has a lot of emotional appeal. It's creative, for it show a familiar subject in a new and unusual yet effective way. I like how the horizontal like of orange sky divides the background and foreground, and how the undulating row of trees flow with the current of the clouds. Appropriate exposure, and good clarity and post processing. Cheers.

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human nature (-2) This item is new
justdreamer/Slimeball Spammer (-2)
Thumb-down    from gerpsych/Alan (2,329) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 12:55:53 PM CST (2) Early critique This item is new

The thumbnail unfortunately suggests that this will be an interesting picture. The title tends to confirm this. Therefore you may be able to understand my disappointment with the full image. Soft and out of focus and clipping the second major item in the image. It is poorly captured - did he notice his partner's arm lying across the bed. The more one looks at the image the less interesting it becomes - the red stops being blood and becomes a sheet, the arm becomes...

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Urban ballerina (14) This item is new
katel/Kate (1,463)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from tigra37/Fülei (1,993) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 12:55:26 PM CST (1) This item is new

Incredible beautyful colours for your natural frame , excellent position for the model body , just her eyes are not so expressive ... succes ...

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Judith on the Floor (6) This item is new
jmrosz/Jan (229,411)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from tigra37/Fülei (1,993) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 12:51:34 PM CST (2) Early critique This item is new

Excellent portret , good eye contact , less number of colours , almost hey-key , excellent position for the lights , it could be more glamorous ... bravo ...

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Moon and Mussels (4) This item is new
lynn1/Sandra (5,145)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from rep66/Ronald (3,142) Send mail to this user on November 25, 2014 12:40:48 PM CST (4) Early critique This item is new

Hi, Sandra. Good composition. I like how the circular subject brings structure and order to the other elements in the composition. Also the difference in form and color brings attention to the subject. Nice exposure, and good clarity. A nice conversation and/or accent piece for a home. Overall, a good one.

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