|02/05/2005 12:51:09 AM|
|01/31/2005 11:21:22 PM|
by sbrandtComment by Brad:
Composition is good regarding sky vs. land area. Image is not very clear/sharp and may benefit from a little more saturation to help the sky area"pop". ((5))
|01/24/2005 09:16:17 AM|
by sbrandtComment by Skip:
ok, please bear with me. voting this challenge is extremely difficult, not just because of the size, but because we are dealing with images that people consider their best. it makes even constructive criticism hard...
i am positive that you saw a stunningly brilliant sunset. i also think that it was beyond your camera's capabilities to capture what you experienced. that does not mean you should quit trying or that you should throw your camera away--it means that as far as challenges go, you might need to work a bit harder to compensate for the limitations of your camera. in the long run, you will become a much stronger photographer, but only if you keep at it. don't take where you wind up with in this challenge personally; maybe just consider it a starting point for the rest of the year. good luck with this, and in the challenges yet to come!
|01/24/2005 02:08:15 AM|
by sbrandtComment by samtrundle:
Well its certainly a pretty sunnset but the image just appears out of focus. Also would work better if the houses were solid black silhouettes.
|01/23/2005 07:21:50 PM|
|01/19/2005 09:24:06 PM|
by sbrandtComment by ahaze:
Pretty- but with the lack of a subject in focus this loses a lot of impact.
|01/17/2005 07:11:22 PM|
|01/17/2005 05:59:30 PM|
by sbrandtComment by Mark of SRQ:
You could have called this one "Zorro" too. The clouds make the Mark of Zorro. This isn't much help, I know.
|01/17/2005 10:21:59 AM|
|01/16/2005 08:08:12 AM|
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