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Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-03-01 4:37]

This lovely shot has a quaint toy-like appearance. It looks like a miniature. The telephone box adds a tiny but important touch of colour (as do the lights in the windows of the far building). I'm impressed you were not tempted to over brighten this shot as the subdued lighting is a perfect complement to the peaceful and cosy atmosphere. The only thing moving is the little puff of smoke - timeless.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-24 5:27]

This is a most accomplished shot. I particularly like the off-set window/frame - many would have been tempted to place it in the middle of the shot. By doing this you have presented an interesting and novel context from which to view the building.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-24 5:18]

This is a very attractive shot which deserves lots of points. Sunset, palm trees, water and birds all beautifully presented in sharp detail with natural colours.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-24 5:13]

Brilliantly presented shot. This strong graphical image is well matched with lovely tones and it takes advantage of a classic one thirds intersection. I cannot fault this shot.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-24 4:44]

I appreciate your intent with this shot and think it is almost very good. It doesn't quite achieve the impact it deserves, I believe, because the wall is too evenly divided with the outside. I think it needs either more wall with just a glimpse of the outside world or less wall, with the outside world beckoning. Nevertheless a nicely conceived image.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-24 4:27]

I really like this rather quirky shot. The concerted intent of the walker contrasts nicely against the immovable background. I thought a different crop might produce a better image but failed to improve on the original. The sharp detail is perfect for the context.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-24 4:11]

A very powerful image. Of course black and white is right. The eyes have it.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-24 3:58]

Classic shot. A bit more space for the duo to walk into might have made it even better.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-23 22:24]

This is a very satisfying composition - a nicely balanced shot with good detail. Good use of a narrow depth of field to focus our attention on the central flower. Lovely natural-looking colours.

Tezza Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 213 W: 97 N: 368] (3380) [2011-02-23 19:13]

Great idea and well executed. I have a slight reservation with the leaves in the immediate foreground - I find them a bit of a distraction. But I do like the good use of a narrow DOF re. the snowdrops and background.