Taking a Break by tuffellow (546)
seiliv (317) 2004-08-22 7:41
Simple and interesting photo. Like the clear texture with few variation. As said, the dingo is adding a lot. Haven't been interesting without that detail, or other subject at the same place. Could be very interesting to try taken a series of different object in the dingos place. Not an expert my self, but I might feel that it is a little overexposed.
6 Degrees Of Separation by rabani (9645)
seiliv (317) 2004-08-20 4:00
I do really like the photo Rabani. The clean and clear colors give a great feeling of summer. I have discussion with my self it has been better with or without the fence. It kind of breaking his legs...but on the other hand it make it a kind of exciting.
Might wondering it it has more to do at TrekLens than TrekEarth, at least after my own rules for were to post it.
Anyway, it is a great photo of color and composition, and that is what really matters.
Varnhem monastery by naskov (16)
seiliv (317) 2004-05-03 14:44
Facinating cathedral, and I like your framing of the photo, still I haven't seen any photos of this cathedral from other view. Like the way you have choosen to have massive part of the cathedral on the left side, and have an open part with sky to the right. Lot of more details to comment too. Well seen.
Not sure if this sugueation would make it better, but I was thinking of that it would been interesting too see if the impression got different by croping away some part to the left, so that we didn't see the end of the roof up to the left? Not sure, and haven't time to try a workshop.
And also welcome to TE with a great shot!
Liberty Bridge by visoo (326)
seiliv (317) 2004-04-24 12:58
Love Budapest Peter! I sure want to go back there for visiting my friends and see more of the city, and at least take photo. I did only learn the hungarian name of the bridges, but is this the chainbridge that end in the bottom of the castle-hight?
I find the photo great. Bring back memories of how I remember it. In one way tfeel that the bridge is tipping over to the left, but if it is the chainbridge it strengthen the feeling of what it is.
It is a hard choice to choose were to crop, but I tried another way just as a suplement. It might work?
Chitzen Itza by dos (20)
seiliv (317) 2004-04-23 11:17
Great captured. Stormy skies often gives a great effect to a photo with green part. Sad about the quality. Wish I got a note that tells more about the ruins. Ruins and civilization from the old america fascinate me but I have never been over there.
Have tried out a workshop by using the one to Pieter Janssen. Not sure if it is better, but it is an alternative.
Austrian Landscape by niju (749)
seiliv (317) 2004-04-23 9:59
Find this great Niju. From tht thumbnail I thought the house was a kind of a old style. Guess the colors tricked me a little. The color is what really fascinate me in this one. redbrown, green and ble, and the way they work together. The almost yellow part of one roof break everything and give the photo a kind of action. Nice view too.
Full of colors by Adi_m (51)
seiliv (317) 2004-04-23 9:40
Miss a note, but I guess this in either a native as day are in the daily life in Papua New Guinea or at a kind of cermonial action. I really yhink the photo is great with a lot of details. Like the almost centered nose with the weight of the head on the left with eyes looking to the right. Great shot.
Tranquili-tree by sulucas (229)
seiliv (317) 2004-04-04 6:35
If this photo don't lie to me, I would take I rest on this bench. I mean, if the view is as great as this place in it's self.
Good composition og balance between colors. Like the way you have got the light part of stones in front and the dark background.
morning activities by khawaaja (1037)
seiliv (317) 2004-04-04 6:08
Real wonderful Tom. The "shadowed" man in thefront work very well with the boat with white sails. They are together with their reflection making a good diagonal line, while the horizon and the boat also lead me to the horizonal line. The small part of red and green on the boat side gives a lot to this photo. Well balanced too. I guess I can say that this shows a typical african morning.
take a nap by Daniel (80)
seiliv (317) 2004-03-28 7:45
Love the simplicity of the photo with few elements and clear lines that. Special like that the lines not are total diagonal. Few colors with just a little dot of blue and a little dot of red work fine. Godd that tht guy not are looking at you.