Hello SP! Amazing Black and White work. Superb scene. Superb camel and sunset. Fine perspective. Marvelous panoramic take. Good luck!
I like the concept and the details using macro are quite good. I wonder about other angles. This is good, but I would be interested in seeing this from one end looking towards the other.
Interesting and eye-catching.
Black & white was the perfect choice for this sullen moody scene.Nice composure with the road leading one to a central focal point.
Beautiful! I guess I'm naive about India, I didn't they have such a beautiful desert! Excellent capture with great lighting and good to have the people and animals for scale! Nice composition and wonderful colors. Well done, tfs.
> Excellent symetry image, good architecture too.
Sharpness and clarity are wonderful.
Excellent composition, good presentation, TFS.
wonderful photo. The low pov adds a powerful perspective. The color, the light, the detail, and the composition are perfect.
Good minimalist shot full of bold colour. The lines in the sand take the eye across the top of the dunes to whatever is on the distant hill. I do find it slightly distracting that the shot tilts down to the right side, although I'm sure that is what you intended. Also I think your signature should not be in the centre of the image. Its just my opinion here though, so feel free to disagree. I like your choice of subject here, bold colours and rule of thirds composition, and the image shows scale.
Beautiful scene! Awesome lighting and the shadows created by the sand. I like the warm golden colors. But I agree with Paras about the horizon. Also, I don't like having the watermark in the middle. Otherwise well done, tfs.
As far as the details on the sand dunes are concerned, they are well fetched but I am not that happy with the horizon which seems to be leaning a lot to the right, Srivastava ji!
Hope you don't mind my openness in this regard.
The golden light falling on the textures of sand dunes is well captured and colors are natural too.
Good control on exposure too.
Thanks and regards,
Just one word: perfect!
I explain: the 1/3 horizon line, with the sharp and not centered silhouette, and the rising moon in the menor side of the frame, makes a perfect balance and expresses a fantastic felling.