|02/09/2010 05:05:32 PM|
by PANComment by Nuzzer:
Greetings from the Critique Club.
are that the size is too small. I know it's a panorama but any "wow" is lost by the small height.
this seems ok. At this size I struggle to see a lot of detail to be able to comment. It appears a bit dark overall but as it's 2am that's to be expected. Given this thought I'd expect there to be some element to focus on - there isn't.
this could be great - at the right size.
it's all about size. Any drama or "wow" in this shot was lost in the small height :(
Feel free to PM me
if you have any queries.
|02/07/2010 09:46:33 AM|
by PANComment by Paul:
A nice panoramic but these really don't make too much sense to offer up within the DPC image size limits.
|02/04/2010 09:38:20 AM|
by PANComment by Ja-9:
you know, I think this has soooooo much potential...but it's sooooo small in size...can I ask what happened? Unfortunately I can't see much of the detail (I'd like to). It appears to be a very beautiful spot. Your sizing is what will hurt you in this group.
|02/01/2010 05:03:18 PM|
by PANComment by MaryO:
I like what I can see of the relative light. At 800 pixels wide this crop is just too short for me to see much detail.
|02/01/2010 04:07:50 AM|
by PANComment by hotpasta:
the scene is good, but looks soft...unfortunately these thin landscapes don't work with the 800px limit as they are too small
|01/04/2010 09:05:12 AM|
|01/02/2010 04:29:06 PM|
by PANComment by littlegett:
This has the potential of a nice clean postcard look. With the white trees and lights in the building. Though for me, it does not have enough. It is lacking something to really take me in.
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