Hi Joe. I like your image, diagonal flow of the stream and the overall mood of the place.
– bright area above the bridge. It takes attention too much. And parallel line of the bridge near edge of image cut the image from that side. I’d definitely crop this part of image.
– minor issue: the tree on the right cut the top right part of…[Read more]
I like it Federico. Your crop solves the problem of the top right corner and the problem of the hand of second woman (I should crop very tight on her hand because on the right from her hand is a lot of color signs, subway doors, etc…). Your crop is a clever solution. I only miss the sky. But you can’t have it all….
Interesting images Rob. The first one is less interesting. The second one is more interesting and the third and fourth is the most interesting. They look like detail of some living organism. Like part of alien body or so…. 🙂
I’d probably change nothing. And Grahams idea of arranging all in square is very neat.
I like a color mess. I don’t like light reflections – overblown parts of yoyos. Color is dissappearing on the edges. Is it vignetting? I’d probably try to have more uniform image with same intensity of colors over whole image. And maybe to have more yoyos in frame to push it to more pattern like image.
Nice shot. I like the blurred foregroud making some base for subject. It’s lit well. I only feel two diagonal lines at he top of the large leaf distracting. And I would maybe left more space above the subject on the top.
Thanks to all.
I like the Grahams crop. Better for symmetry.
It’s a paradox. This image was shooted when I was returning from workshop to my hotel. I walked subway platform and saw this woman. The subway wagon was coming into station at the same time. It was matter of seconds only. I quickly set S program and circa 1/10 sec and shooted…[Read more]
Yes, the image is a little bit chaotic and breaks rules (broken frame, disturbing elements – big blue area). I spent last week on street photography workshop in Prague. My lector told me I hate chaos and I feel uncomfortable and feared. So I try to avoid this and my pure geometric, clean, ordered compositions full of straight lines and vivid color…[Read more]
Great colors Rob. I like the subtle palette. The image makes me feel relaxed.
CC: I wonder if crop a little bit from bottom to avoid horizont to halve the image. And I wolud probably remove lighter part of sea surface on the left. It takes my attention too much.
To make things more clear: I’m in the state of shooting chaos. Because my lector told me I don’t like chaos and I need order/system otherways I feel uncomfortable. Thats why I avoid shooting chaotic situations and my images are “ordered”, strictly geometric, etc. And I should overcome my fear and shoot chaos because it broadens my photographic…[Read more]
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