Thanks to everyone for viewing and their comments, I am sure that with a little patience I will get a better background.
I like the composition and thinking here, Diane. Conversion was a good idea but it needs brighter whites and deeper blacks (more tonal range/contrast)
Thanks folks! I couldn't really get lower but I also wanted to show the seemingly endless pan so the balance is right for what I wanted to achieve.
Funnily enough it's not too tight for me - framing works for me. I also like the texture and toning but would make it all-monochrome perhaps with a coffee
Nice view Steve, in your face as it were. I'd play around with dodging and burning to add more pop to the ice in particular?
I like the vastness
Have to agree with Johhny,one for the board room wall.
Steve's given some good advice already, but I like this image a lot. It could go a tad sharper - good practice would be to sharpen one round extra on
Loving this series, Peter!!
Interesting image design, Cheryl. I'd have liked to see "all" of the LHS round structure (ie a little more space on that side).
Much has been said already re crop/framing. I like the moment and mood, Rachel. Some of the whites (bum, in particular) look hot to me but I'm not viewing
This is the first time in my life i am trying to shoot a landscape photograph , its cold morning and misty too , we are on the search of the flamingos
Here is another frame from a chance encounter with this beautiful female Anatum Peregrine Falcon. She is looking for the Mourning Dove that she was eating
Zebra Dove Geopelia striata by alabang, on Flickr
The Zebra Dove Geopelia striata, also known as Barred Ground Dove, is a bird
One from back in September a cool winters morning in Aus
Canon EOS-1D X
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv( Shutter Speed )
Another image from my local woods at a set up I have,looking for food below,500mm IS L F4,tripod,7D,iso800,1/650S,F4,EC -2/3,cropped,sharppened for web,levels,must
This is a Spotted Eagle Owl which has been rehabilitated back to full health from injury. On this morning a few different rehab birds were taken out away
I used 2 textures and one I inverted on two layers, one with difference mode and one with subtract. I don't remember what mode I used on the 2nd texture.
White Shaman Shelter, Lower Pecos River Canyonlands
D800 Nikon 24-70 f/2.8, ISO 200 1/320 f/8 24 mm
post with LR4 plus Nik
Here is an another frame from SoCal with Dave Salem. This good looking female was very cooperative and gave us many poses on the perch. It's tough to
I took this image inside the Georgia O'Keefe Museum in Santa Fe, NM. It was looking out a window - I liked the silhouettes of the trees outside. It