Thanks Martin. I quite liked the back of the dish gently easing into softer focus, but on the big screen it does look too soft from too far forward.Looks yummy. Tad more DoF perhaps to bring the whole dish into focus?
Thanks Ian, and filling the frame also would have avoided all the metal bars and burners at the back.My wife hates that stuff. I love it. Seems legit.
Some nice colours in ther Paul. Agree with Martin that maybe a different angle or DoF might have worked better. Surprised you didn't try and "fill the frame" 'cos that would have been a good subject for it.
Thanks @ShugpugLooks delicious - colours and textures are great.
Tall - what a great subject, I agree it needed someone in it to show it proportions, I like the Pov too.
Snapper choice - very vibrant and I glad you enjoyed it I agree about cropping it too.
Thanks both!Certainly colourful. There's a lot of light reflection along with the OOF cabbage on the far side on pan, IMO would be better cropped off.
Very colourful snapper's choice - looks tasty! I think I'd have like the focus to be at the end of the spoon - since the spoon is there, as I think my eye is drawn to the spoon.
The black and white really suits your swans, and yes I agree with Ian, very appropriate for Valentine's Day
Thanks both!Excellent wide shot of the swans and yes very appropriate