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kerszkavet
Sep 3, 2019
     

#220
      this deserved a much higher ranking

kerszkavet
Sep 3, 2019
     

#220
      thanks everyone for the votes and kind words.

Lo - yes, and it was right in the middle of London as well, so really incongruous

Mrsawyer - yes, tried a few different angles. This one had the best shape and clarity on the 'princess' paintwork

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Great subject - the sign makes it...
I'd have liked to see more of the foreground paint cans, etc, as the brown cupboard is over-dominant.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      For the coffee cup as your subject, you could have cropped considerably - e.g. to the top or bottom of the awning? And maybe focused more on the cup ?
As it stands the multiple leading lines (benches, bollards, paving stones, cables and awning) all pull the eye straight into the distance.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      maybe getting closer to the trash might would have been beneficial - this feels more like a picture of the leaning mailbox.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      I like the colour range here - organic shades that blend, as you say.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      I like the connection between the bright metal of the can and the scooter. The red lines (graffiti?) really tie it al together.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      The cigarettes and trash are very bright on my screen, such that they lack detail. Nice leading line and colour divide.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Maybe I'm missing something.
Doesn't feel very strongly 'on theme' as the trash is not very clear.
I'm confused by your title - please would you explain?

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Lucky you!

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Really like the colours of the bottle and cans, the abstract shadow pattern, and the leading lines up to the rubbish in the distance.
Might have been tempted to clone out the distracting rubbish on the pavement at the back.
A high favourite

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Great composition, lighting and an excellent title. A high favourite

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Really interesting picture - is this using a fisheye lens or other effect?
Nice colours and well balanced exposure

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      I like the inclusion of the bicycle wheel, but feel the black car is a bit over-prominent.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      A good variety of colours and shapes on the bench.
Had you considered a tighter crop/composition to focus more on the bench? You could have cropped from the left either up to the container - and some from the top.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      The incongruous box is great, really adds something. As a picture I like the variety of shapes/lines - and a very colourful lamp post!

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      I find the right side of this picture is more interesting - the mirror really adds something and there are contrasting colours, textures, shapes. The shadows on the red disk look interesting.

I think the left side is too fragmented - the green container, legs and part of a car. I appreciate there was a suggestion to include people's feet, but for me these distract and take my eyes/mind out of the picture.

Did you try any different compositions?

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      I like the composition of the blurred people - perfectly in step and retaining sufficient detail... especially the bow (?) on her heel.
I'm torn about how 'on theme' this is (bins are not trash in themselves), but it is an interesting picture.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Great subject, and I quite like the motion-blurred people - would be interesting to know if that was your intention or a happy accident?

It is a shame the background is so sharp/bright, as it draws the eyes away from the mountain of boxes which look softer/darker. I think you could have cropped to the top of the pineapple booth's roof - the windows & sky don't add much.

Just wondering... did you try a less-busy shot of e.g. just the boxes rising up to the pineapples (e.g. from a metre to the left?)

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      I like the range of tones and reflection, but I think you're right - this is a bit of a stretch to be 'on theme'

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      I like the path leading up to the building, the colours and trees - and the people in the distance.
It is a nice scene, but I'm less convinced in terms of it being 'on theme' as the tank is such a small element of the picture, and it is not obviously trash/discarded.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Great subject/composition, you've elevated the mundane.
The blend looks seamless, but the overall picture looks a touch over-saturated/contrasted on my monitor (very orange cigarettes)
A high favourite

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Great subject, and nicely captured - textures and tones.
The two people at the top are a great feature and help the eye move around the picture (as does the twig/branch). A high favourite.

kerszkavet
Aug 31, 2019
     

#220
      Love the minimal composition/toning here, the almost abstract feel. A high favourite for taking the mundane subject to a different level.

kerszkavet
Aug 13, 2019
     

#219
      Thanks everyone for your comments and votes - I'd thought about a closer crop but felt that the picture lost something (the roads in the background, the dark green river valleys, the sense of scale). I'll post in outtakes.

It is in the Peak District, Derbyshire, UK... the road from Mam Tor towards Kinder Scout

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