ocskaymarci (2742) 2016-11-26 6:21
Nice detail photo, I find your composition very interesting. I really like the depth of field and the vertical framing, however I would have cut more from the right side as it is quite empty.
ocskaymarci (2742) 2016-11-26 6:02
A nice, solid photo with beautiful colours and lights. I also like your perspective withe the stairs leading the eye to the building. However I would have used a wider focal lenght to make the building more even in size with the stairs.
ocskaymarci (2742) 2016-11-20 3:22
Nice photo of the harbour. I really like the leading lines of the pavement and the parapet, also the richness of colours despite the rainy weather.
I think you just could have cropped a bit from the top and the bottom as the details are concentarted in the middle line.
ocskaymarci (2742) 2016-11-20 3:09
Beautiful blue hour photo with excellent lights and details. I really like the human elements that give liveliness to the photo.
I'm just wondering how a vertical framing would have worked, allowing us to see more from the bottom and less from the right side.
Thanks for sharing this photo and also the interesting but sad story!
ocskaymarci (2742) 2016-11-20 2:43
Simple but great photo of the Alborz mountains. I really like the soft warm light and the sharpness on the mountains.
This soft light can be tricky sometimes as it leaves visible the dust on your lens.
ocskaymarci (2742) 2016-11-20 2:28
Great photo from Reynisfjara. I really like your perspective and I think adding people to the right of your frame works very well!
I read that you don't really like B&W. But here as the photo lacks colours, it would have worked better to turn it to B&W and bring some more contrast out of it.
ocskaymarci (2742) 2016-11-20 2:17
Nice photo of this atmospheric village street. You brought out nice details from the shadows and I also like the colours of the burning sky.
I'm just wondering what as if you stood a bit more to the left, so we could see more of the curve of the street.
ahmet54 (3277) 2016-10-29 3:04
nice tiny little bird.
Your note is a new form of René Descartes' saying : Cogito, ergo sum (I think, therefore I am); I have been captured, therefore I am!
And it is like the philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre in the chapter 'The look' in his book 'Being an Nothingness'