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Aug 05, 2015 06:58 as a reply to  @ post 17656806 |  #9946

I like the nightscape. photo is very sharp and interesting. well composed. the only thing that bugs me is the cars not moving, I would have tried to make sure all vehicles were in motion but I imagine that wouldnt have been easy. 8/10


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Aug 05, 2015 16:36 as a reply to  @ electricme's post |  #9947

I like the crop, but maybe a tiny bit lower positioned?. Nice moon. Chromatic aberration on the top right maybe? Easy to fix in LR. 7/10


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Aug 10, 2015 01:59 |  #9948

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I like the crop, but maybe a tiny bit lower positioned?. Nice moon. Chromatic aberration on the top right maybe? Easy to fix in LR. 7/10


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I like the B&W treatment for the mood you are setting. However the composition and lighting is a bit off for my taste. I would've went a little wider or a bit tighter. Your light source needs a little bit more feathering towards the middle of your face and a bit higher. 6.5/10

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Aug 10, 2015 05:32 |  #9949

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I like the B&W treatment for the mood you are setting. However the composition and lighting is a bit off for my taste. I would've went a little wider or a bit tighter. Your light source needs a little bit more feathering towards the middle of your face and a bit higher. 6.5/10

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very nice
tones of her skin and lighting on her body and face are perfect
positioning of her legs, shoes, arms and hair are very well done
my only personal wish is that for me, eyes to camera would have given it a 10 (it is a personal thing)

9.75 / 10


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Aug 10, 2015 18:00 |  #9950

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very nice
tones of her skin and lighting on her body and face are perfect
positioning of her legs, shoes, arms and hair are very well done
my only personal wish is that for me, eyes to camera would have given it a 10 (it is a personal thing)

9.75 / 10

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Aug 11, 2015 22:41 |  #9951

wallstreetoneil wrote in post #17663163 (external link)
very nice
tones of her skin and lighting on her body and face are perfect
positioning of her legs, shoes, arms and hair are very well done
my only personal wish is that for me, eyes to camera would have given it a 10 (it is a personal thing)

9.75 / 10

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When I look at this image, at first I think it could be one of those high fashion images, because the guy nails that look (funny how guys barely need to do anything to look good haha). But her smile makes me realize that this could be more of a candid image.

The composition and framing are very strong, but I'm going to assume that in the original image has some unwanted clutter that made you decide to blacken the image so much.

I would have liked to see a bit of selective dodging and burning in certain areas. Maybe have something to outline the guy's suit more and their shows since it all gets lost in the black.

Overall the image is not bad, just personally I would have found it more interesting if she had a similar expression as the guy in the image.

5/10

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Aug 16, 2015 14:26 |  #9952

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When I look at this image, at first I think it could be one of those high fashion images, because the guy nails that look (funny how guys barely need to do anything to look good haha). But her smile makes me realize that this could be more of a candid image.

The composition and framing are very strong, but I'm going to assume that in the original image has some unwanted clutter that made you decide to blacken the image so much.

I would have liked to see a bit of selective dodging and burning in certain areas. Maybe have something to outline the guy's suit more and their shows since it all gets lost in the black.

Overall the image is not bad, just personally I would have found it more interesting if she had a similar expression as the guy in the image.

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Interesting shot. At a glance I thought it was a mirror image but then realised it wasn't. Something a bit different. I like it.

8/10

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Aug 17, 2015 00:15 as a reply to  @ jack880's post |  #9953

Whoa, that's a really scary image! I love it!
Perhaps not a coincidence that it's on page 666 of this thread? hahaha

9/10! Again, well done. Only reason why it's not a 10 (And I'm being picky here) is the skull seems a tad low in the hoody. But that's being overly critical to give feedback.

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Aug 17, 2015 21:43 |  #9954

jack880 wrote in post #17671083 (external link)
Interesting shot. At a glance I thought it was a mirror image but then realised it wasn't. Something a bit different. I like it.

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Whoa, that's a really scary image! I love it!
Perhaps not a coincidence that it's on page 666 of this thread? hahaha

9/10! Again, well done. Only reason why it's not a 10 (And I'm being picky here) is the skull seems a tad low in the hoody. But that's being overly critical to give feedback.

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The sky looks great, Milku Way is captured very well.
The trees don't fit in very well though and wish you guys were not blurry.
That said, I love the picture overall.
9/10 (I am biased when it comes to astr-photography :-D )


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Aug 18, 2015 07:03 |  #9955

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Badass picture love it!

The sky looks great, Milku Way is captured very well.
The trees don't fit in very well though and wish you guys were not blurry.
That said, I love the picture overall.
9/10 (I am biased when it comes to astr-photography :-D )
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love the composition, her expression, the lighting on her face, her makeup, earing and outfit

i personally would like to see more aperture used to sharpen up the skin

i find the shadowing on her right arm to look slightly 'dirty'

overall, i think the image is very good (8.7 / 10)


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Aug 18, 2015 09:40 |  #9956

wallstreetoneil wrote in post #17673353 (external link)
love the composition, her expression, the lighting on her face, her makeup, earing and outfit

i personally would like to see more aperture used to sharpen up the skin

i find the shadowing on her right arm to look slightly 'dirty'

overall, i think the image is very good (8.7 / 10)

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I like this photo. Beautiful B&W conversion, white clapboard buildings really lend themselves to B&W treatment, lovely shadows. My only gripe is the pose. I can't help but get the feeling that she is trying to pull away from him. All of her body language says so: tensed neck muscles, arched back and right arm outstretched. In fact she looks like she is going to hit him over the head with that jar of flowers. 7/10 overall, 9/10 on technical competency.

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Aug 19, 2015 05:01 |  #9957

rrblint wrote in post #17673475 (external link)
I like this photo. Beautiful B&W conversion, white clapboard buildings really lend themselves to B&W treatment, lovely shadows. My only gripe is the pose. I can't help but get the feeling that she is trying to pull away from him. All of her body language says so: tensed neck muscles, arched back and right arm outstretched. In fact she looks like she is going to hit him over the head with that jar of flowers. 7/10 overall, 9/10 on technical competency.

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Love the portrait. very much connecting. nice composition . 8/10
( i dont know why i dont like that black frame)

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Aug 19, 2015 10:44 |  #9958

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Love the portrait. very much connecting. nice composition . 8/10
( i dont know why i dont like that black frame)

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My eyes wander across the entire image and makes me want to discover it more which is a nice treat when regarding landscape images. I love the processing, I really love how the streets are lit up with light streaks. Overall pleasing image 8/10

My only suggestion would be to clone out all the house lights that are on the right side dark mountain. Reason being, is that the image uploaded is low resolution enough that your audience won't care if those yellow dots are houses. And I personal would prefer those lights to not be there since there are so few.

Lastly, I would try to see if you can desaturate the orange sky just a little bit to reveal more of the mountain on the left side of the image.

My turn to be under the chopping block.

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Aug 19, 2015 10:49 |  #9959

Amelia your image is too large - had a look by following the link, I like your image, nice! 8 / 10

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Aug 22, 2015 12:16 |  #9960

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Amelia your image is too large - had a look by following the link, I like your image, nice! 8 / 10

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really beautiful. i love the colors. Composition. the story , everything about it.
for me. it's 9/10

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