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SteveBee
May 15, 2018
     

#200
      aoc46: A vehicle would spoil it for me. I specifically avoided any vehicles.

SteveBee
May 15, 2018
     

#200
      Lo: Some folks live in a rectilinear world and some don't.
Old Finn: Some folks find fisheye distortion distracting and some find this kind of 'breaking the rules' interesting. Oh, that's the next challenge theme!
Robert L: You're right -- the color version is amazing.
alis nocturnis: I wanted the tree to fill the entire frame. As for the fisheye view, the lens projection covers the entire 4/3 sensor area so you cannot get a circular image with dark corners as you might get on a full frame sensor.
A.N.Other - No, just clouds.
Edited on May 15, 2018

SteveBee
May 13, 2018
     

#200
      Interesting stylized take on the Chicago skyline.

SteveBee
May 13, 2018
     

#200
      Very good sharpness and tonality.

SteveBee
May 13, 2018
     

#200
      Interesting scene but feels top heavy. I'd suggest cropping up from the bottom a bit. A bit of clarity and sharpness would help it pop.

SteveBee
May 13, 2018
     

#200
      Love the backlighting. Excellent image.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      A documentary image. Low contrast and two-dimensional.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Beautiful. Very interesting castle with dramatic clouds in sky.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Very nice. I love the reflections in the chrome.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Very nice industrial abstract.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Good subject. I would say that the sky is not interesting enough to be featured. I would prefer cropping just above the moon where I think interest in the sky ends. That gives a landscape format with horizon about 1/3 of the way up for a nice proportion.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      One of the best entries that use flowers as a subject. I like the high key exposure. You kept it simple and emphasized the interesting shapes of the blooms.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Probably not ideal for B&W. Difficult to get much tonal separation in greenery so it largely merges into an amorphous mass. I do think the conservatory structure is interesting as a contrast to the natural plant forms.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Wish the image included the tops of the cranes otherwise nice shot.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Neat image and use of reflection.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Interesting piece of wreckage. I like finding things like this on the beach. You have toned the image well to separate the subject from background and foreground.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Excellent. I like the geometrical shapes, lines, patterns, perspective and composition.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Interesting silhouette. A minor suggestion would be to exclude the light-colored ground light (?) on the lower left corner.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Interesting contrasts of natural and manmade, geometrical shapes and architectural eras.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Very cute. I think cropping to bring the lamb's eyes up to 1/3 from the top improves the image.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      I like the scene a lot. The strong crop row lines are the best feature. The most interesting area is the right side where the crop rows and power lines lead towards what looks like a structure in the distance. I find the bright sun and clouds in the center exert a strong pull away from that part of the image, especially since the left and right sides of the frame have been darkened so much.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      What do you consider to be the focal point and subject of the image? The lines should lead the eye there. Bright areas naturally draw the eye but the brightest areas are not where you want the viewer to focus I'm sure. The two human figures are not subjects as too small and faces are obscured.

SteveBee
May 11, 2018
     

#200
      Good composition using the road as lead in and placement of the horizon to take advantage of the great clouds which add drama to the sky. Unfortunately the clouds are so contrasty and sharpened that they do not appear smooth and soft as they should. By stitching I assume you mean for creating a more panoramic view. You might better have merged 2 or 3 different exposures for HDR purposes to prevent blown out highlights in sky. I would also suggest f/1.7 isn't optimum for a landscape where you are seeking sharpness and dof.

SteveBee
May 10, 2018
     

#200
      Interesting minimalistic composition. It would have been nice to have a little more detail in the darkest areas. The masking around the edges of the island is not perfect.

SteveBee
May 10, 2018
     

#200
      Beautiful location and good composition. Post processing and retouching issues in clouds and around lighthouse. Perhaps trying to alter too much or maybe the original exposure was not correct.

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