In Mbour...II by adores (42267)
kevinos (7507) 2015-09-27 18:35
Hi Ana, great to see you are still posting here and still taking wonderful images. I like this one so much.The tyre makes a good lead in to the main topic and they are caught in such dynsmic action.All that negitive space compliments the action well, in lovely colours of sand and sky. I love it. [I am living between Sydney and Bangkok these days, hope to meet you both again some day.]
Life on Track I by Bergenphotos (2854)
kevinos (7507) 2015-09-24 21:17
I like this charming portrait. The subject is well placed and caught in a nice pose.The rails are good lead lines taking the viewer into the scene and the background, nicely soft, add great all it is a charming image.
can I play too by BennyV (15017)
kevinos (7507) 2015-09-24 21:13
A nice image, well seen. It would have been better ,I think, if the girl was not leaving the frame but entering it.Also the backgroung could have been less distracting if it had been a little softer.Hard to do that ,being so near te subject. Also your little girl is not sharp. However, you have captures a charming little sho.- [workshop] [compare] [+]
Palais synodal by papagolf21 (93166)
kevinos (7507) 2015-09-24 20:53
What a difficult exposure, with the palace so deep in shadow, but you have succeeded where most photographers would not dare.The sombre rich colurs of the palace are so in keeping with the architecture.I love the flash of light coming through from the central window.
swimming in September by ourania (38952)
kevinos (7507) 2015-09-24 20:46
Well seen again, Ouriana. The swimer adds a touch of drama or homour to this boating scene.It was difficult to expose with the space between the two centers of interest.You have gone for the swimmer to be ssharpest in focus, whic I think is right.This gives you lovely clear water in the foreground.You have placed the horizon well above the centre ,which is just right.
one step beyond by ourania (38952)
kevinos (7507) 2015-09-24 20:31
This is striking image, Ouriana, so well seen.It has a great dramatic,abstract quality. You have exposed it so well, getting enough detail in both the light and dark areas and yet keeping the dramatic contrast.Thiis is the sort of image that could win a competition.
An act of faith by suhasb (112)
kevinos (7507) 2015-02-10 3:40
Hi Susas, These detail shots are often difficult to make work, But you have frames it so well here ,proceeding from the flame into the scene. The showlow DoF and the focus on the second flame is interesting.It's a nice detail that many would pass bye, but wit a little imagination makes a good image.