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SteveBee
Jul 22, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Amberbug: Maybe you're thinking the fly's body should be dark in color, but this one was not. Histogram has no pixels outside dynamic range of sensor. DOF is absolutely shallow which is why I chose to place the body parallel to the lens focus plane. This was handheld without stacking.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Very nice capture with great details. Wish the butterfly was facing the other direction.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Very handsome bird and very good detail.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Exif data says 1/800s at f10, 4381mm. That's amazing image quality if those numbers are true.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Nicely composed. The saturation and contrast are a bit strong and the shadows are crushed (solid black tree trunk).

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      The overall tone is dark and low contrast like a moonlit night scene. Don't know if that was the case. I think it would better with brightening. That said the subject is really interesting and the composition is good.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Super image. The crab against the black volcanic rock is wonderful in itself, but the iguana foot protruding in adds intrigue.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Well composed and balanced. The mannikin stands out so well against the dark background and the pattern in the background is interesting.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Superlative landscape with great sharpness, clarity, and color. I hope it is framed and hanging somewhere. I'm very surprised at the camera settings f1.8 aperture and 1/66666s shutter. My first reaction is really? I can't find any camera with that shutter speed, even electronic shutter speeds top out at 1/32000. My second is why would one use those settings for a sunset landscape?

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      You nailed the symmetry. The sky provides drama. I have less problem with the artistic blue toning than the overall image darkness.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Really nice composition. I don't think natural beauty like this really benefits from the exaggerated saturation, contrast, and pink/purple WB.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      1/14s, ISO 400 is odd choice for this scene. Was that camera's choice or yours? Post adjustments to exposure, highlights and shadows would help a lot. As awesome as the whole scene probably was in person, it doesn't translate in this wide view. The clouds just above the horizon are the most interesting feature. I would use a longer focal length or tighter crop to compose with just a few people silhouetted at the water's edge and reverse the balance between sky and water.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Phenomenally cute little boy. The lighting is problematic causing blown out highlights on right side and putting eyes in deep shade. This would be a good time for fill flash.

SteveBee
Jul 19, 2019
     

Mini#42
      Interesting birds. Good job freezing the action. Needs some post processing work -- too dark and flat.

SteveBee
Jul 1, 2019
     

#218
      Clever perspective. My #1. The best camera is the one you have with you!
Edited on Jul 1, 2019

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      5-2=3. Nice color contrast and straightforward composition.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      Great shot and unique perspective. Each one holding a glass gives some context and the hand gesture some animation to the image.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      Very beautiful and creative. My only suggestion is to avoid overlap of the glass figures in the composition.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      Interesting image with mystery that encourages imagining a story. Works well in monotone. I'd play around with the shooting angle to work on the spacing and balance. For example, I think the left foot of the middle legs shouldn't touch the leg in the foreground.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      Simple, colorful composition. If possible I'd prefer equal distance from the edge on each side of the frame.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      Interesting little fly nicely captured. Despite the background being blurred, the flower being visited by the fly doesn't standout very well.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      The backlit leaves are interesting and dramatic. Better if against the blue sky without the other parts of the background I think.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      They are beautiful and I'm they smell wonderful too. Shooting down from above flattens objects. Perhaps better in a simple vase with a clean background near a window with natural light.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      Very nice lighting or lighting effect. Almost perfect except for the odd reflection in the blue surface below the middle candle.

SteveBee
Jun 28, 2019
     

#218
      Very interesting shot. I would be tempted to crop it closer. Turning slightly so that the light is falling on the bugs face would be nice too.

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