Persian Girl by tuberose2461 (127)
qadirsh (85) 2007-10-18 22:05
Technically it is flawless in my view. Her facial expression and light smile make her more attractive. Her placement in accordance with the rule of third is perfect. Composition ang lighting are excellently managed. Congratuation and thanks for sharing.
Solitude by tuberose2461 (127)
qadirsh (85) 2007-10-18 1:16
If the leaf was placed in the lower left was much better in accordance with the rules of three technically. However the transcript and the way it flows demonstrates that you are a poet and have a rich knowledge of the language and literature. Great. Thanks for sharing.
Tehran as it is! by tuberose2461 (127)
MLINES (12516) 2007-06-24 18:48
Hi Maryam, Good modern structures well portrayed. At night, i also have trouble. If you don't have a tripod, rest the camera on t railing or similar as movement is what causes trouble i find. tfs. Murray.
PS Best way to improve is take and show many photos. Get the mistakes behind you and forge ahead. m.
Xerxes by tuberose2461 (127)
Leo71538 (553) 2007-04-24 9:59
Thank you for the photo. I think Arthur Miller would better visit the National museum of Iran before creating such an stupid comic strip. Anyway, as we Iranian say:" the moon never stays behind the clouds for a long time" . The reality is clear!
UNESCO by tuberose2461 (127)
mammad (3558) 2007-01-17 14:38
Although the frame lacks in solid composition and sharpness, I like it!
It is well exposed with good natural colors and with a good pov.I think u should post more often to get a better idea about a good image (practice makes perfect u know!)so don't hesitate to expose your pix.Tfs and good luck.
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