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Spain
Title: Spring Day
Spring Day (28)
Leica Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 113 W: 54 N: 79] (3180)

 

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-20 10:22]

I like the point of view of the image. It's funny to have the feeling that I'm looking up while I'm looking straight at my computer screen. Terrific sharpness, the colors look a bit bleached from the sun, no pun intended, but I think a bit of color saturation might add to the image.

Good points about using a clothes line. I actually just drape some things over the garden railings in the summer here in Spain. Things dry within 30 minutes sometimes.
I've heard there are places in the States where it's against the law to use a clothesline due to the way it "looks". Can you imagine? That's not everywhere, but in certain towns in New York.

Good shot Leica,
Jim

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 11:50]

Always a spectacular sight to see. I remember first seeing the beauty of the huge piles of tulip petals that are cut off to allow the bulbs to mature and for their propagation. These colors are amazing even if you only see it from the train or the highway.

Groeten,
Jim

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 11:45] [+]

Nice shot Richard. I like the colors and the fact that the lighter yellow is 'sandwiched' between the darker yellows. Good presentation.
Jim

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 11:38] [+]

Great texture and light here Maria. Strange how such an image can create an interesting composition too. Good, sharp detail.

Jim

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 11:35] [+]

Hello Suprasanna,

Welcome to TrekLens. A new DSLR seems like being on another planet sometimes. I suppose your subject in this photo would agree. Spend time exploring the site, the Tips-techniques forum has some interesting points worth looking through and of course the one most important reference is your user's manual!
About the image, I see you used Photoshop. I might be interesting to write in your notes what you've done in post-processing so that other members might be able to offer advice and tips.
It's a funny image.

Be well,
Jim

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 11:29] [+]

This is a fantastic way of depicting architecture from a completely different angle. Good composition and I like the way the white spots distract you for just a second away from the reflection and into the water...it's like two shots in one.
Well done,
Jim

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 11:25]

Good angle of an unusual house. The location only adds to the mood of the image. Great sharpness. This place looks oddly inviting....

Kind regards,
jim

France
Title: Old ship
Old ship (8)
breton (48)

 

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 11:10]

Terrific colors here Gregory. The composition is balanced and the sharpness is very clear. A great subject to shoot.

-Jim

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 11:01]

The color is very eye-capturing and the form of the rope is and interesting composition, unfortunately, the lower right-hand corner is a bit of a distraction. I do like the subject you selected.

Kind regards,
Jim

Italy
Title: Non ho l'etŗ
Non ho l'etŗ (120) *
Teresat Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3410 W: 96 N: 3821] (15934)

 

Madsterdam Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 102 W: 25 N: 115] (628) [2009-03-19 10:57]

Fantastic colors and composition Theresa, and as always, pertinent notes about the subject and your motivation behind your image....

Kind regards,
Jim