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Jan 05, 2013 23:01 as a reply to  @ post 15450034 |  #6271

Nice job Juvar, I can see where you darken certain area's of the sky and not others 7/10

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Jan 06, 2013 03:10 |  #6272

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Nice job Juvar, I can see where you darken certain area's of the sky and not others 7/10

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8/10 love the frame, though the tree in the foreground distracts me a little.

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Jan 06, 2013 10:09 as a reply to  @ RishabhSood's post |  #6273

I like the second one best. I'll give it a 6 out of 10. Good model, pose and okay location, but it doesn't make me go crazy as a drunk monkey. I would mix it up a little. What about position her to the left and add some feelings or colours to the picture? Anyways, it turned out well.

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Jan 06, 2013 10:21 |  #6274

9 out of 10
Really nice shot - one thing would get rid of is the dark spots in the lower right corner and the mark in between the 2 front legs.

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Jan 06, 2013 11:15 |  #6275

7/10
Really nice colours and lighting, but there's a lot of dead space in the photo on either side of the building, and the trees are a bit distracting.

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Jan 06, 2013 15:34 |  #6276

tinewashere wrote in post #15451950 (external link)
7/10
Really nice colours and lighting, but there's a lot of dead space in the photo on either side of the building, and the trees are a bit distracting.

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I love the tranquility of the scene. The eye is drawn from the subject matter at the bottom to the tree canopy and perhaps there is a little too much white space that is distracting. 8/10

Having been to Rome 3 times before I thought this time I needed to stretch beyond the standard architecture and tourist photos of previous trips and try and capture more of the feel of the place. I was particularly looking for monochrome like images with just a splash of colour.

This one had me reflecting on perfection lost in a rough and tumble, irregular world and the fragility of existence.

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Jan 07, 2013 00:10 as a reply to  @ Traveller43's post |  #6277

8/10 - Appreciated your explanation of your photo and the unique POV. I also like the modern M & M against the old fragile stones. Nicely done.
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Jan 07, 2013 00:48 as a reply to  @ Kedleson's post |  #6278

7/10 I really like the color of this picture! Also, the flamingo was framed nicely.


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Jan 07, 2013 04:49 |  #6279

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5/10 doesn't really interest me much.

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Jan 07, 2013 05:17 |  #6280

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5/10 doesn't really interest me much.

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I love the shadow display on the overlapping leaves. It's like a venn diagram in nature :) Composition wise I think because of that perfection I would have tried to rearrange the overlapping leaf in the top right of the photo (unless of course it was a telephoto and way to high for you). 8/10

This photo was taken in an alcove alongside the Tiber River in Rome. The sense of abandoned opportunity really grabbed me. My challenge was to frame it in a way that made it most dramatic. Before being cropped the original photo of the whole scooter was pretty bland. Interested in your feedback.

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Jan 07, 2013 05:56 |  #6281

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8/10 - Appreciated your explanation of your photo and the unique POV. I also like the modern M & M against the old fragile stones. Nicely done

Pretty sure that is a tomato :mrgreen:


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Jan 07, 2013 05:59 |  #6282

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I love the shadow display on the overlapping leaves. It's like a venn diagram in nature :) Composition wise I think because of that perfection I would have tried to rearrange the overlapping leaf in the top right of the photo (unless of course it was a telephoto and way to high for you). 8/10

This photo was taken in an alcove alongside the Tiber River in Rome. The sense of abandoned opportunity really grabbed me. My challenge was to frame it in a way that made it most dramatic. Before being cropped the original photo of the whole scooter was pretty bland. Interested in your feedback.

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I tighter crop might have been more dramatic 6/10

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Jan 07, 2013 06:09 |  #6283

^^

8.5/10

I love the location and composition of this image, along with the dramatic sky. The one thing that bothers me is the near blown area of the sunset itself, center image. That could be brought down a tad.

My wife doesn't like this image, so I want to see what the next rater in this thread has to say :mrgreen:

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Jan 07, 2013 07:39 |  #6284

ddk632 wrote in post #15455608 (external link)
Pretty sure that is a tomato :mrgreen:

It is a tomato and I appreciated the feedback regardless :D


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Jan 07, 2013 07:47 |  #6285

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8.5/10

I love the location and composition of this image, along with the dramatic sky. The one thing that bothers me is the near blown area of the sunset itself, center image. That could be brought down a tad.

My wife doesn't like this image, so I want to see what the next rater in this thread has to say :mrgreen:

I like the subject matter however I really wonder what it might have been like from the other side with the sunrise (or sunset) lighting up the buildings. The tones are a little muted. perhaps HDR? 6.5/10

This pic was shot at 25600 iso, handheld at 1/40th sec, f4. La Ponte Vecchio is such a wonderful subject any time of the day. I do love the capability of the 5D Mk III.

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