Down the Lane
|Copyright: Robert Smith (bobsmith)
|Date Taken: 2016-06-07|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2016-06-16 13:22|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|There are certain scenes that I'm attracted to. This is one of them. A leading line and areas of light popping out of areas of shade. I know this isn't everybody's cup of tea, but I like it. Hopefully you will too..|
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I like this scene as well. Very calm and relaxing view away from the hustle and bustle with a bit of feeling of the unknown for me.
I do too and I love the way the road and fence draws one into the green setting of lush vegetation. Great depth and a well exposed image. I do remember the beautiful country settings you are fortunate to have.
- [2016-06-17 13:33]
I like perspective and green color in here..Beautiful and peaceful place..TFS.Necla.
I do like this one Bob.
Like you say, possibly not everyone's cup of tea, but we're critiquing the shot, not the subject.
for me, this is technically prefect in every way.
Exposure, - spot on, taking into account the diverse light between the foreground/background
Focus / Depth of field - Spot on
Framing/Composition - Spot on
Detail and definition - Spot on
Saturation - Spot on.
Great shot Bob, others may learn form this one.
I fully agree with Martin's critique above. Why not everyone's cup of tea? I cannot fault it. It makes me feel that I want to be there to experience the atmosphere in the soft light. Well done.
PS: With all due respect, I also have no clue what Muhammad's critique is about. Maybe it is a translation problem. Puzzling.
- [2016-06-19 18:07]
A lovely view of the English countryside, the PoV is well chosen and good DoF throughout