hmmmm, where are all the women?? is this a 'mens only' train station? haha oh wait, I see a couple now...
I like your POV a LOT! You lighting balance is pretty good, I would have liked it a tiny bit lighter on the bottom half, to see the faces more, but really what you have done is great. I like the row of ppl sitting at the top half, framing your shot, and the blur of the moving ppl at the bottom. Really nice work, thank you for sharing it!
Really strong image, I love the movement of your subject with everything else nice and sharp. Your use of B&W with this photo has made it much stronger, and your POV is perfect. Nothing to fault really, I love it. TFS,
Really striking image of this little pup! You've captured his expression perfectly. I love the depth of field you chose, it really makes him stand out so well..and the details of the ground behind him present him well too. I'm glad to hear that this little guy did find a new home and family to love him! He is a lucky one... Seeing homeless animals like this should always make us stop and think about being responsible pet owners and spay/neuter our animals...
Nice work and I'm glad you decided to share it.
Wonderful photo Steve...You really brought back super memories for me in this place. The escargot is probably the most thing I crave the most from my visit there. (please see my photos, I have one of the escargot) Your image is really so crisp and clear, very nice work, thank you for the memories!!
WOW Jill, really great shot!
I have always struggled to capture fireworks well, and you have done it so good!!
Really wonderful angle you shot this at, the view from above is always the most flattering to peoples faces. Their closeness is very evident in this image, their trust in you shows as well. My only recommendation, for what its worth, would be to try to shade the harsh sunlight from them, smoothing out the light on their skin. If a reflector is not available, using an umbrella or large piece of cardboard in a pinch works really well. I might also recommend a small bit of flash. Usually we dont think about flash when shooting in such bright light, but even a tiny bit of fill flash brightens their eyes and gives it that extra little sparkle. Hope these tips help! Keep up your excellent work.....
Great work Sabrina...
Here in my state we werent able to see the eclipse and I was sorry for that! Thank you for sharing a very creative and interesting view of the eclipse. I appreciate being able to see it thru your eyes....
Great DOF Stephane...Your sharpness and framing are perfect, I have nothing to suggest, except to maybe make it a tad bit darker, but I imagine that is my own screen making it light! haha
Very nice work!
I think your photo is very surrealistic, I like the grain and the stark colors. Very moody, in my opinion. The colors compliment each other well, and create a roughness that seem harsh but also inviting. I did a WS just to try a crop of the rocks in the foreground, even though actually I do like them there...Let me know what you think of the crop?? Thanks, and thanks for sharing this image!
oooohhhh, I feel dizzy! I love this angle even tho it gives me a slight sense of vertigo. The angle of the gondola is great and echos the shape of the water too, really draws your eye into the photo. Lovely image, and I'm sure stirs up great memories for you!
What a wonderful invention, the camera.