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Just to echo above Stan, that works really well, good work
Thanks, Iain.Just to echo above Stan, that works really well, good work
Thanks, Dominic. Good point about the blade.Half
I'm going to start off with a couple of observations. With the cutting edge of the blade facing down, I think the blade should be below the apple halves, as if the blade had been struck downward. Or have the blade edge facing up, as if the apple had been dropped into it.
The lighting is good and so is the dof you've used.
Thanks, Chris. Agree that the harbour shot has better light reflections but the riverside shot is what's in my mind for this week's theme and that's why I use it as the main post.I really like night time reflections, and these are no exception
Its a tough call, but maybe the harbour one just has the edge
Both images are nice but I prefer the riverside shot, I find the harbour one a little to busy. Think I might prefer a slightly tighter crop on the riverside one as it feels like a lot of dead space bottom right. I do like the leading line of the riverbank and the large number of star bursts of the lights at the end.
Thanks, Pete. I'm in Aberdeen, NE Scotland. The darken buildings along the riverbank are mostly oil and gas companies that have been hit the hardest, financially. Firstly with the oil price dropping from nearly $150 a barrel in 2014 to about $60. Secondly with Greta Thunberg! (work that one out) and thirdly the current pandemic.Hi Stan
I like both shots with the river side one just winning out, the crop works well.
Like the colours of both and how sharp they appear to be, where abouts is it.
I think they're both great, but I prefer the harbour one too. Possibly because it's busier and more full of energy. There's certainly more colour.
Both nice and I prefer the first one, it has a nice 'calmness' about it, great reflections too. Nice job
They’re both super shots Stan, I love the curve on the landscape one, two really smashing choices for the theme.
Thanks, Susie and Bebop. I was lucky I was there during slack tide when the water was still.The colours are lovely in the harbour, but the leading lines in the river make for a more serene shot. The water looks very still!
Thanks, Ian. We are allowed to go out for excise and leisure but within the council area and 5 miles limits.Harbour shot for me. The one you chose looks like it's leaning to the left slightly although it could easily be my imagination... I think the 6x17 crop works much better and has got me thinking about dragging mine out for a play once restrictions are relaxed... The harbour one has more vibrant colour and that sliver of beach(?) in the bottom left corner adds perspective and context to the image.
Thanks, Helen.Great reflections there and the pano works well. I love the bright blue lights - they really stand out.