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Big forehand (1)
issysomo/Pascal (1,374)
Thumb-up    from pjman792/Drew (521) Send mail to this user on July 9, 2014 2:11:37 AM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

Hi, Pascal - tennis is a difficult sport to photograph. And while this is a decent action shot, it's spoiled by the very distracting background. The ball is missing, too, but that bothers me far less than the background. It looks as if you had too much depth of field, too, and that just enhanced the busy background. Your shutter speed should have been a little faster, too, at least 1/1000th sec to freeze action in tennis. Her hair and the racket are not frozen completely....

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White waterlily (8) This item is new
arek0michalak/Arkadiusz (3,772)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from jmrosz/Jan (224,396) Send mail to this user on July 9, 2014 1:26:45 AM CDT (3) Early critique This item is new

Beautiful photo of this flower. The exposure provides natural colors and good sharpness. The composition looks fine. Are there some sensor dust spots at the right ...

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Eight Pointer (5) This item is new
michaelcastellano/Michael (73,690)
Thumb-up    from jmrosz/Jan (224,396) Send mail to this user on July 9, 2014 1:24:27 AM CDT (2) Early critique This item is new

Nice pose for the composition, well seen. The lighting gives good sharpness, but the colors are oversaturated, that's a pity.

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Bank Swallow (2) This item is new
davev/Dave (12,904)
Thumb-up    from jmrosz/Jan (224,396) Send mail to this user on July 9, 2014 1:22:26 AM CDT (3) Early critique This item is new

The photo has a fine composition, well seen and photographed. Unfortunately, the exposure does not give good sharpness (a pity).

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San Diego Shoreline (1) This item is new
rep66/Ronald (2,480)
Thumb-up    from mikewebb/Mike (18,694) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on July 9, 2014 1:21:00 AM CDT (1) Early critique This item is new

It does just what it says it does - a good clean shot of the city with a decent composition. Not tempted to go B&W and contrasty to see if you can get some drama?Mike

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In The Blue Hour (15) This item is new
samuellie/Samuel (3,390)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from jmrosz/Jan (224,396) Send mail to this user on July 9, 2014 1:20:50 AM CDT (4) This item is new

Very special photo, good exposure for the beautiful colors and sharpness / motion. Beautiful depth and composition. Maybe a little crop above.

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Ice cream salesman (1) This item is new
iansky/Ian (437)
Thumb-up    from mikewebb/Mike (18,694) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on July 9, 2014 1:17:07 AM CDT (0) Early critique This item is new

I suppose the shot does tell a story about the vendor waiting for customers but it is so encompassing that it could just as easily be an urban view of a run of the mill high street. The story is not compelling enough in my view and there is too much going on that distracts me. The colours look a little odd to me but that's probably just me! f2.8 at 1/1000th? Even with the short lens a smaller stop might be wiser.Mike

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when angry no one can control her (8) This item is new
ted27/Ted (43,818)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from samuellie/Samuel (3,390) Send mail to this user on July 9, 2014 12:21:25 AM CDT (1) This item is new

Nice concept Ted, you have made her expression very natural in her angry or paranoid condition.....good lighting exposure, is it at the dry big well ?

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sunset (7) This item is new
hume/Daniel (9,782)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from samuellie/Samuel (3,390) Send mail to this user on July 8, 2014 11:59:36 PM CDT (1) This item is new

Beautiful moment and timing Daniel,I like the burning cloud floating with contrast color.but prefer to make the blue sky more saturated, nice sunset !

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And the liviing is easy! (2) This item is new
drbob/Robert (drbob) (24,873)
Thumb-up    from kayshots/Kay (673) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on July 8, 2014 11:54:24 PM CDT (2) Early critique This item is new

Somehow this shot attracts me. Probably it is the soft green color aided by the lighting. And the slope sort of invites you to lie down and take forty winks :-) The trees could be a bit sharper.

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In The Blue Hour (15) This item is new
samuellie/Samuel (3,390)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from sherryg/Sherry (2,510) Send mail to this user on July 8, 2014 11:31:15 PM CDT (4) Early critique This item is new

Very nice long exposure and light painting. Was this done with steel wool? I've been wanting to try this but can't seem to find a spot where I won't set something on fire or be run off by the law. You have found the perfect spot. My only critique would be to tone down the blue just a tad, but that is all just a personal preference... very good...2-1/2 tu

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Eight Pointer (5) This item is new
michaelcastellano/Michael (73,690)
Thumb-up    from sherryg/Sherry (2,510) Send mail to this user on July 8, 2014 11:25:53 PM CDT (2) Early critique This item is new

Nice capture of this big buck, I find that the colors are over saturated a bit and could be toned down some..thanks for sharing this

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Hands (10) This item is new
montechoro/Barry (976)
Thumb-up Thumb-up    from sherryg/Sherry (2,510) Send mail to this user on July 8, 2014 11:22:23 PM CDT (4) Early critique This item is new

Oh wow, this is a very moving photo, even without reading the story. I am amazed at how thin her skin appears and how prominent the veins are and she is 96, that is amazing. I can tell you love your mother very much and this is a wonderful photo to remember her by as I know this photo means more to you than just a pair of hands. I pray your mother recovers.

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Pieris rapae (1) This item is new
wettergreen/Søren (121)
Thumb-up    from rgordley/Rich (7,064) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on July 8, 2014 10:52:53 PM CDT (2) Early critique This item is new

This is a great try but the macro of the flower is more successful than that of the insect because of DOF problems. In a macro your DOF is very very shallow. In this image the forelegs of the butterfly are really the only parts that are tack sharp. This is why so many butterfly and moth shots are taken from the side. In order to get sharpness at least back to the front edge of the wings you might have to try layering, and setting up and taking a series of shots at varying...

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Red, Rust & Shadows (5) This item is new
montechoro/Barry (976)
Thumb-up    from wolli/Ian (57,175) Send mail to this user on July 8, 2014 10:25:00 PM CDT (4) Early critique This item is new

After my eyes got used to the unusual angle here I decided you had made a good decision placing the steps on an angle giving the scene much more impact Barry. However the eye catcher is the red hand rail so for that reason I think this should be converted to B&W which then allows the rhythms of the steps, the posts & the light & shadow to be the subject. Regards, Ian.

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