You made it extremely difficult for us to give you a critique mate. I’m really impressed of how you took your camera to the limit, like @jasenkag, I wouldn’t ever imagined that this was taken with f/1.4.
This is one of those shots that work perfectly when it comes to centering the subjects, and your black and white post-processing…[Read more]
Little to critique here, but I must tell you something, it feels like you are starting to master this technique mate, keep on going, plan your colours beforehand and leave little room to improvisation. I think by the end of 2020 you might have a nice collection of shots like this!
Nature and wildlife are definitely nor my areas of expertise, but I do can say that this composition works perfectly for this shot! The group of ducklings is formed by an odd number, which makes it extremely pleasant, and the implied line from the mother duck gives balance and a soft degree of tension as well. Oh, and the colours also work in pro…[Read more]
I’m with John on this one, using a high ISO value will push you to shoot extremely fast shutter speeds, which is not really necessary for this shot. The tilted horizon gives it a sense of dynamism which is cool, and I like that the path feels sort of complete.
Hi there Steve, I guess this has been cropped too, and for me it is a great composition. The shot is sharp, and you freeze the action splendidly, the best part for me is that it still retains a lot of motion, and the exposure is correct for my taste. The only suggestion could be a more contrasted (not exaggerated, just a bit) black and white…[Read more]
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