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kerszkavet
Jul 16, 2018
     

Mini#40
      Thanks all for your comments. I found this venue by accident, and i've had real fun trying to get shots of the British Olympic team training, and rafts almost flipping over...

Detail/ sharpness: possibly because this is a crop of a zoomed image, which i'd underexposed significantly to keep the highlights? Or maybe i made a mistake in post-processing. Going for a slightly tighter crop would have made it worse.

SteveBee/ Aoc46 : I really like the fact she has her eyes closed against the spray - and is half covered by that water - the two of them add up to the same thing for me, which is to show the drama of the scene.

kerszkavet
Jul 16, 2018
     

Mini#40
      from your settings that must have been tricky lighting. would it have been possible to bracket exposure, so the valley would be less bright?
the moss/ivy? on the rocks and trees add real interest in form and colour

kerszkavet
Jul 16, 2018
     

Mini#40
      incredible sharpness (and not just his talons...)
lovely colours too, a definite TT

kerszkavet
Jul 16, 2018
     

Mini#40
      the wait was clearly worth it - great shot!

kerszkavet
Jul 16, 2018
     

Mini#40
      great light and subject. the fisher on the end makes this shot - my only query was whether you considered a slightly tighter crop so that they stand out a bit more - or are you purposefully using the leading lines to make 'the reveal' ?

kerszkavet
Jul 16, 2018
     

Mini#40
      I like the composition (nice background) and lighting, and the effect from the long exposure. getting the lighthouse reflection is great.

The image is let down slightly by being a bit softer than you'd expect on the foreqround wood - was that from the 3sec exposure?

kerszkavet
Jul 16, 2018
     

Mini#40
      nice tones, lighting and sharpness.
it is a bit of a shame the lower whiskers are cut off - or would it mean a lot more space to include them whole?

kerszkavet
Jul 16, 2018
     

Mini#40
      never seen this before.... brilliant photo, thanks for all the effort in creating the shot !

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      i like the effect on the cobbles, and the the window reflections on the right. Good sense of the hill.
As a picture it has technical strengths, but I don't find the scene itself to be that engaging. Maybe it needs a lone figure (more easily said than done!), or more of a light trail on that car?
Had you considered a B&W conversion - maybe that would focus on the cobbles more, by removing the distraction of the shopfront colours? Please try one and post it in outtakes!

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      i like the sharpness, composition and the purple tone.
I think the water droplets are overdone. When they're done right they can add to a picture, but here there are too many. i think there was enough interest in the textures and tones that they were not required. Do you have a shot without them? It would be good to see in outtakes if you have.

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      The red and grey seats look like an interesting subject, especially with the colours and tones of the cobbles - but unfortunately i don't find this picture particularly engaging.

I wonder if there was a more interesting angle/ lighting? The background is a bit distracting. Or maybe moving some of the seats to make a longer line, to make them more clearly the subject?

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      a peaceful picture with nice light, but for me it lacks an x factor.
Edited on Jul 15, 2018

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      i like the interplay between the ceiling, the artwork and the reflection on the floor. good choice of B&W
Edited on Jul 15, 2018

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      This is a nice picture of Paris, but i don't find it very engaging, for some reason. Maybe it is too balanced - there are many elements, but no clear subject?
Had you considered a tighter crop - maybe a square crop, removing the boats on the left?

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      brilliant picture - the people top left add a lot, and the mother/child pose is great. well balanced shadows/highlights.
I'd be tempted to crop off a bit of the right side.

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      It is a great subject for a picture (such pipework always reminds me of scenes in Terry Gilliam's film Brazil) - and the rock itself is interesting (almost too much so)

Shame that you were out of battery, as i think there is real potential in this setting.

Not sure this is the right composition - tricky to get something that is not too busy yet retains the complexity. a lot of leading lines!

The left side looks like there's flare/ burnt highlights, but i wonder if this is where I'd concentrate with a square/portrait crop - albeit sacrificing the interesting rocks on the right, and cutting off the very far left

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      fascinating idea to duplicate and invert the picture, really creative. brilliant to use the white mast to link the scenes

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      that's amazing detail, and interesting with the blue tone rather than a midnight black...

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      nice expression, but shame about that light which gets in the way.
had you tried a tighter crop - there's space on the right that could be taken out so we could get closer to the sharp fur

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      interesting - extreme wide angle works well, and fog adds to the impressionist effect of the reflection.

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      i love this - the different people, the bright red, the way the sea and sky blend into one.

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      I like the simplicity of this shot - makes the focus on the textures and light. interested that you chose a relatively shallow depth of field - was that to focus on the one strand on the top?

Cutting the very top off (by a couple of mm) is a minor shame.

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      i'm not a fan of sunsets, but this is a well-captured beautiful picture, and well done to get both reflections and light rays.

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      with the thumbnail i was thinking "hmmm, another sunset...." and then it opened and i saw the geese.... wow!
amazing variety of colours and depth of clouds as well.

kerszkavet
Jul 15, 2018
     

Mini#40
      beautiful picture - lovely detail, and it must have been tricky to get the exposure right. Would be keen to know more about the multiple pictures - please share in outtakes.

i was in Gloucester cathedral myself a few weeks ago and would not have been able to take something this great!

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