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Dec 22, 2013 18:24 |  #8506

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Easy on the lens flair JJ Abrams ;)
The composition is quite nice and you've captured the mood of a fresh early morning graze nicely 7/10

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cool shot trippy on the eyes at first.... i like the comp and the lighting you achieved with your angle to make the water have alot of depth 8/10

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Dec 23, 2013 03:29 |  #8507

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cool shot trippy on the eyes at first.... i like the comp and the lighting you achieved with your angle to make the water have alot of depth 8/10

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8/10 Love the framing and the composition, I just feel a little figure in the middle distance wrapped up against the cold would have nailed it but thats just me I am a people person!


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Dec 23, 2013 09:00 |  #8508

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8/10 Love the framing and the composition, I just feel a little figure in the middle distance wrapped up against the cold would have nailed it but thats just me I am a people person!


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Nice composition, Would love to see colors pop a little more. Blown highlights are a little distracting. 8/10

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Dec 23, 2013 11:44 as a reply to  @ RishabhSood's post |  #8509

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Like the colour processing but the focus point is not 100% clear!
Also, the vignette is too strong and too harsh. Looks like you're using a EF-S lens on a Full Frame body.
Also, some of the artifacts in the image are also slightly distracting.

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Dec 23, 2013 22:03 |  #8510

Good Focus, Good b&w processing, cool capture, not sure what the story says though, would suggest to clone out the people in back and leave the two seated ladies by themselves 8/10

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Dec 25, 2013 14:34 |  #8511

7/10
Nice composition and interesting capture. Colors are too over saturated and contrast too extreme for my taste, but the fake light rays are the read deal breaker for me.


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Dec 26, 2013 13:13 |  #8512

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7/10
Nice composition and interesting capture. Colors are too over saturated and contrast too extreme for my taste, but the fake light rays are the read deal breaker for me.


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Holy Moly haha scared the hell out of me haha.
10/10, magnificent !!! Nothing quiet like macro-photorgaphy, one pays attention to things we would never notice in real life. As far as this picture, its brilliant without overestimation. !!!

Note, this picture is done with a crappy kit lens and picture is not post-processed, it is as came out of my camera, after there was an Ice Storm in Toronto and everything froze :cool:
P.S. I know the flower is in the dead centre but I can crop if this desnt work ...

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Dec 26, 2013 19:45 |  #8513

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Holy Moly haha scared the hell out of me haha.
10/10, magnificent !!! Nothing quiet like macro-photorgaphy, one pays attention to things we would never notice in real life. As far as this picture, its brilliant without overestimation. !!!

Note, this picture is done with a crappy kit lens and picture is not post-processed, it is as came out of my camera, after there was an Ice Storm in Toronto and everything froze :cool:
P.S. I know the flower is in the dead centre but I can crop if this desnt work ...

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I like the colors, subject and bokeh. It might do with a crop that loses a bit on the top and right. That one stick draws my attention even if I kind of like it. 7/10
Here is one from an old D60 with a prime 15mm lens. Of course it is only part of the frame.


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Dec 26, 2013 20:52 |  #8514

Pretty colors, but the flower seems to be out of focus some. Is that a sundew plant? 6/10


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Dec 26, 2013 22:40 |  #8515

[QUOTE=Insecto;1655611​7]Pretty colors, but the flower seems to be out of focus some. Is that a sundew plant? 6/10


It was a sundew. I have a brown thumb. lol
That was a crop of part of the frame of a wide photo. That camera was a pain with focusing with a dimn viewfinder and 6 whole megapixels. I could never tell if it were OOF myself. My eyes are not what they used to be.




  
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Dec 27, 2013 02:16 |  #8516

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Pretty colors, but the flower seems to be out of focus some. Is that a sundew plant? 6/10


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Nice composition and interesting subject matter, but is too subtle for my taste (I have no class at all). 7/10

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Dec 27, 2013 08:19 |  #8517

If that is all real, colours and everything then I'm impressed. Not a fan of the text but I'll not dock you a point for that ;)
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Dec 27, 2013 11:52 |  #8518

9/10

Definitely like the image overall, the white backdrop really stands out and you nailed the detail throughout with a sharp focus. The only thing I'd say is that things feel like they're tilting slightly to the right.

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Dec 27, 2013 13:36 |  #8519

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If that is all real, colours and everything then I'm impressed. Not a fan of the text but I'll not dock you a point for that ;)
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You are too kind. It is all real. Just flashes, gels and a splash kit.


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Dec 27, 2013 19:10 |  #8520

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Definitely like the image overall, the white backdrop really stands out and you nailed the detail throughout with a sharp focus. The only thing I'd say is that things feel like they're tilting slightly to the right.

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Not too bad, but looks a bit strange with the light coming from behind her not from the window, and not sure the HDR-style look suits the subject... Still, quite an interesting image...

7/10

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