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k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-20 12:36]

I have not seen your photos for a long time. I like so many of them.
The explanation for this one provides some eduacational background about good things that man does.
Of course I think that using the NDGrad was correct. Do you find a lot of extra benefit of using the NDGrad and the CP?Very crisp too. Slightly warm tones for the evening are well presented.
There is a bit of an illusion that the horizon is not straight-- although it is.
I have started to straighten the illusions that appear on my photos. Nice angle of the waterway leading into the distance.
I think you would like traveling, hiking and photographing in our Canadian Rockies.TFS. Karin

k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-19 7:00]

He is so striking. Nice composition. Good eye contact. He posed well on colourful but subtle foliage. A really nice bird shot.
Great capture and presentation. TFS. Karin

k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-18 12:55]

Nice capture. I did not know how curved the bill is of a flamingo. Now I know. Animals are difficult capture and then post because you usually focus on the animal in the middle of the viewfinder but you don't want to post. Try leaving more room around the animal and then crop so that the animal is not completely centered. Just an idea. I like the eye contact you have and the bright colours. TFS. Karin

k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-18 12:51] [+]

Fantastic capture. Correct settings too. I can't tell where this is? Towards Banff maybe??
TFS. Karin

k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-18 12:47]

I'm getting into biking and this pic reminds me to take snaps of people at the end of the rides. I like the B&W. It catches the emotion some how. I just looked and that's the theme you put it in. So, I think we seee the same thing in the photo. The shadows are add some drama.
Good snap. TFS. Karin

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EOSF1 Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1977 W: 301 N: 3060] (26902)

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k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-18 10:47]

Thanks Mario. I was just in Ontario and saw so many Great Blue Herons in the distance. But no time to stop and click.
Very clear feather edges. Good eye contact. Nice placement in the composition. TFS. Karin

k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-18 10:44]

Good good detail here. Nice natural tones. I wonder if giving more space above the mushroom would have worked too. TFS. Karin

k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-18 10:41]

I like the repeat geometry and the contrasting textures in the sticks and sand ripples. Creative. TFS. Karin

k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-06-18 10:38]

I like the B&W for timeless love. Nice placement of subject. Very crisp. The smiles are just barely visible. Great capture.
TFS. K2

k-2 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 605 W: 26 N: 503] (3638) [2010-04-09 18:29]

Very nice use of repeat geometries. Good to crop the BG out and focus on the shapes here. Uniquie. TFS. Karin