"Athabasca Glacier" by danielswalsh (13593)
AdamBurton (8062) 2007-10-24 14:01
I went here, walked up to the glacier and then walked away without taking any pictures. Just didnt quite know what to do - its not an easy glacier to shoot. By creating the pano you have captured it really well here. The people are great to add scale, and although Im not a big fan of B&W landscapes, this works really well.
Autumn by anes_lc (14968)
AdamBurton (8062) 2007-10-18 11:15
The colours on the hillside are stunning and their reflection is lovely in the water too. To improve the composition I would have moved the buildings into the frame more so that they are 1/3rd from the right. Also, it might be the curve of the lake giving a false impression but the horizon looks wonky. I would level this up, as leaving it I think creates a distraction.
Finally as a seperate shot, next time I would zoom in to exclude the lake so that you can feature just the buildings and the wonderful coloured mountain behind.
I have been meaning to visit Iceland for a couple of years now. Hopefully next year - it looks like an incredible place.
waves...and cliff by anes_lc (14968)
AdamBurton (8062) 2007-10-18 11:09
This is a great shot with a real feeling of loneliness and isolation. The colours are perfect to highlight this feeling, with only the smallest trace of colour. I really like the wave breaking on the shore - perfect choice of shutter speed to freeze the crest.
Forgetmenot Pond by Nelu_Goia (3116)
AdamBurton (8062) 2007-06-28 9:33
Lovely colours and comp here Nelu - greens and blues go together so well. I really like the subject matter - it looks like a gorgeous landscape to photograph and you have done it justice. One slight point - dont know whether it was possible but it would have been nice to not have included the tree on the right of the frame. I dont mind the bottom of it so much, but the top I find a little distracting - but not too much.