The subdued lighting matches the subject perfectly. The frost so tangible - I feel like reaching out to touch the cold. Nice use of HDR to enhance.
Nicely presented shot with just a hint of background to set a context. Beautifully composed. Robert certainly makes a wonderful subject.
Good use of HDR to enhance a sense of fine detail and crispness. I'll have to investigate this interesting technique to check if it can become part of my tool kit. (Your recent forum post might be a good beginning - thanks).
This evocative image is enhanced by a vague, almost washed-out background which gives emphasis to the children and adds to a sense of movement. The shot also communicates a sense of timelessness - clearly referenced in the note. Congratulations.
Impressive sharpness adds a tactile sense to this shot - it looks "prickly". The fronds of the palm, the the "teeth" in the arch and the sharp edges to the buildings create this effect, I think. Anyway I like it very much.
I've been away for a while but I'm pleased to see you're still taking quirkly(?) cropped shots of everyday items turning them into something special. The rather flat texture of the vases compliments the colour and geometry to produce a very satisfying shot.
Good use of strong geometric lines and a nicely contrasting red door combine to make a very satisfying shot. The only reservation I have is that greens appear slightly oversaturated when compared with the rest of the image (particularly in the darker areas). Despite this small matter this is a very pleasing shot.
Nicely executed flying rose. I really like the limited palette - blue, green, red.
This is a very beautiful image. The delicasy of the tree silhouette against a nicely exposed backgound produces a lovely,calm mood. My only reservation is the bottom 10% of the image. The blue object takes away from the effect I believe. It is the only notably coloured object in the scene yet it is difficult to see what it is and it does not contribute positively. I'd be inclined to crop that bottom section. This aside, I'd be very proud to own this image.
The skill in these kinds of adjustment is to make them invisible. You have succeeded to do this as the scene looks entirely authentic. I'm sure Jenna got a kick out of seeing herself flying high.