I also think that a little more contrast will improve the picture.
Excellent. I have nothing else to say.
Good image, but it would be better if the blur on the lower portion is removed.Very professional.
To me it is a nice picture, but too centered. You can remove the leaf on the right (distraction) by cropping the picture.
Maybe a little bit closer
I agree with Ysal. Nothing wrong with your concept, but in this image the subject is the sea not the boats. Too much negative space.
maybe a little more light on the shadows.
Maybe if you show more detail/contrast on the bison faces. The picture has a very nice classic look.
I would crop the lower portion of the picture.
I like this one, but you can increase the contrast (a little bit).
CG33: What do you mean with up to 400g?
What do you mean with up to 400g?
Thanks to OldArrow, Scotts Photographs, dpas11, l_objectif and everybody else who helped me to improve my picture with your comments.
Thanks Barb_s. I would also like to congratulate ALL participants, especially iLandphotos, bbadgett, Woodmouse and RuthC, who created beautiful images out of not so beautiful ones.
The only one using the Brenizer method so far. Nice shot.
I think it is better too.That is a beautiful portrait of a rose!
Was this image previously submitted?
RuthC: Kill the watermark!
Sometimes close-ups tell you only a little part of the story. Beautiful rose, but it hides too much. In this case (to my taste, of course), I would like to see more stem.