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The sky is ugly. The shrubs suggest moisture. Brighten the exposure and add fill to make it appear like the sun is more present.
I would have moved the frame up a bit and given a bit more space on the sides and top.
Stunning colors. What exactly is burning?
Composition was key. This image is strong because it includes the perilous waters and rocks below the rescue.
Odd choice of focus point. It works on smaller image sizes but looks off when blown up.
The patterns make this a strong image.
It's like a landscape photo and a portrait in one. Very cool
It's important to know that animal portraits are just like human ones. Nice focus on eyes and use of catch light.
This is a great example of how a wide angle portrait can tell a great story. You have the merchant or camel caretaker with all the animals he works with. The color sets the mood, the background shows you how challenging his life must be. Very well thought out.
Really cool. Where were you? I didn't know tigers hung around in the snow.
I wish you had a tighter aperture to get the entire bug in focus.
Looks like an Intel stock heatsink. Am I right?
The worker is framed perfectly! Very sharp.
That baby has to be newborn. If this was from a baby portrait, its a very nice shot although I feel the baby's skin could be more pink. I wasn't there so I don't know if those colors are right or not though.
That shadow is almost as interesting as the melon. It reminds me of a meteor with a long tail.
Well composed, very sharp detail. That Olympus macro is so good!
Where is this?
Nice use of depth of field. It brings your eyes right into the frame.