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SteveBee
Mar 15, 2020
     

#228
      I'm a fan of symmetry and like the lines and detail here. The thing about symmetry is any deviation stands out like a sore thumb. It looks like the lens wasn't centered on the axis of symmetry or the sensor plane was slightly non-perpendicular to the axis. Still a top pick for me.

SteveBee
Mar 14, 2020
     

#228
      Nothing particularly wrong with the image itself, but one could do a lot more to create a story, e.g., a calendar marked with the dates of planned trip, a passport, etc.

SteveBee
Mar 14, 2020
     

#228
      The old-timer in the hat complements the old car. B&W suits the subject.

SteveBee
Mar 14, 2020
     

#228
      Confused by using two exposures. Why? I get that you're trying to suggest a story in the image, but the composition is not a strength.

SteveBee
Mar 14, 2020
     

#228
      Nice patterns and lines. B&W suits the image.

SteveBee
Mar 14, 2020
     

#228
      More like shipwrecked on a beach! ;-)

SteveBee
Mar 14, 2020
     

#228
      I know the theme is travel, but the photo still needs a clear point of interest and a composition that brings it together. I can't find either here.

SteveBee
Mar 14, 2020
     

#228
      I'm a fan of interesting aerial shots like this.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      An awful lot of nasty glare and reflection on the car. Not particularly flattering. No detail in the darks of the image.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Kind of a plain image of a plane.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Very handsome train. Good angle gives image depth and leads eye.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Kind of a muddled composition without clear focal point. The overhead view also completely flattens the image.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Stay safe. I think the balance of the composition is off. Too much of the gray seat backs on the left. I'd crop to include just a bit of the seat back on the left side which forces the eye down the aisle and is much more balanced.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Nice collection of travel paraphernalia.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Bring down highlights and open shadows.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      I'd like to see some separation of the the boat from that navigation tower and the point of land. The tonal range seems very compressed (low contrast), especially noticeable in clouds.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      I'm a big fan of night shots (when well done) and this one is. The composition is well balanced and simple. The color cast from the lights gives it warmth. A top pick.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      While the airplane is very small, the path is a nice leading line and the overall scene is lovely. The path itself represents a different kind of journey. The kind I like!

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Composition-wise I like the ramp on the left that creates a strong leading line. I also really like the near truck with its red color creating another strong leading line that complements the red of the railing. The part of the composition that doesn't work as well for me is the upper right because the lines are leading in a different direction. I wonder whether shooting from a position more to the right would produce better lines.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Nice complementary color toning. The simplicity is a strong point. I'm debating whether the wing ought to extend further across the frame. Don't know if the darkening is from shooting through the window or vignetting added in post, but I would lighten up the left side a bit.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Good story-telling image. Well composed, good lines. Nice clouds in sky. Too bad the light leaves her face in the shadows. Light-colored clothing would help make her stand out better from the background.

SteveBee
Mar 13, 2020
     

#228
      Toronto? Pretty good shot through the usually fuzzy airline window. Composition options are obviously limited by seating. The engine at top is a bit problematic. I think a shot taken a bit earlier showing the whole shoreline would be better with just a bit of engine on the right hand side.

SteveBee
Feb 22, 2020
     

#227
      Beautiful patterns! I suspect the scale and available vantages limit optimum capture in its entirety.

SteveBee
Feb 22, 2020
     

#227
      Interesting and revealing collection.

SteveBee
Feb 22, 2020
     

#227
      I love the patterns. I have no idea what it is. I'm a bit skeptical about needing multiple exposures because of dynamic range, especially for a monochrome image. The side lighting emphasizes the shapes wonderfully.
Edited on Feb 22, 2020

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