Sorry,I don't know... My attention was drawn by the back lighting of the mecanics working with concentration on this Spitfire engine, if you check on the Duxford Museum site, you might find this kind of information.
mistyping... please read Epson V600
Can you explain why such a rule is imposed ? <Photo must not contain a signature, copyright notice, watermark, or other similar way of identifying the author. Author must not identify him/herself in the photo’s title, description, comments, or notes>..
By explain, I mean express: the added value / the advantage / being totally anonymous brings xxxx / etc...
Thanks in advance
good balance between object and the dark zones in the back; DTtA part II is better than part I...
far better than the previous one, just because the green "thing" on the left disappeared .. Now, no more distraction, just the subject and the background, now I can appreciate the color range Thanks
Among my prefered, would have been the prefered with a vertical frame
Very nice ! I would have liked to see the other shots to get the framing alternatives
continuation of my initial remark... we're getting better (although I think more warmth would help)
don't feel hurt... is it for a quizz ?
Rigth compostion and right size, one of my prefered.
Good starting point, I would crop to get the face more important in the frame (anyway the hair is already cut, so jsut continue) then switch in b&w and finally add some grain...
I like this fresh taste... I would have framed verticaly and then had more OOF fresh green above the subject.
No playing with the bokeh and "cold" colors... some homework can bring more attraction to this shot
To drag the attention on this nice composition, I think b&w would remove the distraction coming from the colors
Nice transparence of the flower... now I would have tried not to cut de flower and shoot with a wider aperture
Nice althought I would have cropped or shot tighter and vertical
nice bokeh, I would have frame a bit larger so the flower does not touch the lower edge
I like the colored background... mainly this. What is the "thing" in the down right corner ?
Very nice shot... I would have liked to crop a bit so the eyes spend more time on the rest of the surface by pushing the object in the corner...
A mickey mouse bokeh ! nice !
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