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SteveBee
Jan 29, 2018
     

#196
      Nice shot and my #3.

SteveBee
Jan 29, 2018
     

#196
      Good eye. My top pick.

SteveBee
Jan 29, 2018
     

#196
      I grew up in Binghamton -- a small town upstate NY that has been called the carousel "capital of the world". Six carousels were built between 1920 and 1934 by legendary industrialist and philanthropist George F. Johnson of the Endicott Johnson Shoe Co. and have always been free to ride. http://www.visitbinghamton.org/things-to-do/carousels/

SteveBee
Jan 29, 2018
     

#196
      What adapter did you use to attach that vintage Leica to your GX8? I have 50 year old 50mm Nikkor that I have recently tried with my GX85 with pretty good results. Haven't done any strict image comparisons with my micro 4/3 lenses though.

SteveBee
Jan 29, 2018
     

#196
      The most atmospheric entry. Well done.

SteveBee
Jan 29, 2018
     

#196
      The interesting thing about this image is that the top and bottom halves (roughly) each make very nice compositions by themselves.

SteveBee
Jan 29, 2018
     

#196
      I consider this one very under-ranked -- my #5.

SteveBee
Jan 27, 2018
     

#196
      Put down the blur brush or whatever tool you were using. That blur is extremely unnatural. Too bad because the bench itself has a lot of character.

SteveBee
Jan 27, 2018
     

#196
      Interesting re-cycling program (sorry for the pun). I think this could use a bit more exposure, contrast for punch, and clarity to bring out the texture in the wall.

SteveBee
Jan 27, 2018
     

#196
      An interesting scene and pretty good composition. It falls a bit short in regards the theme. The scene has a high contrast and some detail has been lost in both the brightest and darkest parts of the image. Highlight/shadow adjustments in post would help.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      Beautiful and cozy. I want to sit in that chair and read too. A great feeling of warmth in the image -- the warmth of the fire, the warm light of the lamp, and the warm red and brown hues. And the chair is definitely the welcoming focal point.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      A bit of a contrast between nature and human technology is displayed. I think by framing/cropping this so wide and placing the bench on the edge it serves more as a framing element or leading line function than the main subject. The lighting is quite nice.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      You have managed to make the seat stand out as the focal point of the image by it's color, shape, and organic material in contrast to the rest of the bike. The Indian was a classic.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      The blue water/ice is actually what draws my eye most strongly here. The bench and railing actually seem more like a framing element for the scene behind than the subject of the photo, but I do like the composition.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      I like the geometrical lines juxtaposed with the seats. I'm not sure the framing/cropping is quite ideal, but it's a good effort.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      The photo has a vintage feel that goes with the vintage lens. Lots of character in the image. Nice.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      The subject is the dog more than what the dog is sitting on don't you think. You probably have heard this before, but on camera flash is really only good as fill light, not as the primary light source.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      This is one of those images where the theme gets sort of lost. The most compelling part of the image is the red brick fire pit with the metal hood sitting on it like a hat.

SteveBee
Jan 26, 2018
     

#196
      This is really a very nice composition although I find the top half of the image is where my eye is drawn most strongly for some reason. The dominant black shutters and the pointed arch are strong attractors.

SteveBee
Jan 8, 2018
     

Mini#38
      Go figure. How could this wonderfully composed, interesting, and technically fine shot be #20?

SteveBee
Jan 8, 2018
     

Mini#38
      Elegant shot. My #1 too.

SteveBee
Jan 8, 2018
     

Mini#38
      Congratulations, Robert. I love this shot. Very neat perspective.

SteveBee
Jan 7, 2018
     

Mini#38
      Strong graphic quality. Interesting lines and angles framing the two shadow figures. Suggest minor cropping at bottom to give a cleaner look.

SteveBee
Jan 7, 2018
     

Mini#38
      It looks like you merged two images -- one looking up the beach and one down -- to create this pano. Unfortunately that creates a very unnatural result. Need more images with significant overlap.

SteveBee
Jan 7, 2018
     

Mini#38
      Exciting times for a young lad. Nice capture.

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