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LMH library
10/02/2007 01:31:41 PM
LMH library
by kirsty_mcn

Comment by muckpond:
in the thumb this almost looked like a top/bottom reflection. i enjoy the symmetry here.
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Tombstones
06/25/2006 07:19:46 PM
Tombstones
by kirsty_mcn

Comment by Ecce_Signum:
comment from my 1-4-0 thread...

Great composition here with the young family walking out of a dark area into the light and away from the cemetery. I agree with rex about those 2 leaves and wonder if the focus would work better at the front of the shot with a little dodging/burning on the front tombestone?
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a8_web.jpg
06/01/2006 06:26:52 AM
a8_web.jpg
by kirsty_mcn

Comment by LalliSig:
This one looked great as a thumbnail but I was dissapointed when I opened it, would have been tons better if the focus had been on all the flower, or at least on the portion that is up front. This has some real potential and berhaps I am being to harsh, I am admittedly comparing this to DrAchoos free study XI entry wich was similar. Keep it up :)
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a9_web.jpg
06/01/2006 06:23:32 AM
a9_web.jpg
by kirsty_mcn

Comment by LalliSig:
This is my favorite of this bunch. I like it, the colors work well together, the backround and flower too. I like the stalk thing or whatever it is that is in front of the flower but not the top one that just barely is in the frame at top, think it´s too much and should be removed. Nice job technically and with the lighting.
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Tombstones
03/25/2006 06:37:56 PM
Tombstones
by kirsty_mcn

Comment by rex:
I like the point of view on this one. One thing I would do is clone out the two leaves at the top middle. I think the tone of this image works great also.
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Lifesaving ring
03/25/2006 06:22:20 PM
Lifesaving ring
by kirsty_mcn

Comment by Louis:
Saw this picture in the "You want comments" thread.

This is a wonderful photograph that tells a story. The "life saving ring" in front of the lake has an immediate impact, although I have to admit that I only know it's a life-saving ring from the title. The angle of the "ring" versus the angle of the field against the lake, plus the echoing angle of the distant hills, really work well together. The very straight distant shore beneath the hill in my opinion enhances the effect. The small spray of grass seeds coming up in a kind of fan behind the ring and against the lake really frame the lower portion of the image excellently. There is a lovely soft glow above the distant horizon that frames well too, and the flat sky is a perfect complement to the very textured grass. For that reason, the slight mottling in the sky detracts slightly; a perfectly smooth sky would work better (jpg artefacting perhaps? That's really a pet peeve of mine, because it's so avoidable).

Colours are wonderful and understated, perfect for this story.

The bottom of the photo has some kind of unsettling border. I don't know why it's there, but it probably should have been cropped out, because it detracts from this wonderful picture. I also see something along the right edge, and also less so along the left edge.

All in all, I really like this picture. Congratulations.
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Candid
01/31/2006 07:33:49 PM
Candid
by kirsty_mcn

Comment by jsas:
I love the sepia tone to it and the look on his face is great, nice capture.
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Candid
01/31/2006 03:52:34 PM
Candid
by kirsty_mcn

Comment by Tranquil:
Great processing and feeling in this! My favorite from your group -- I love the tones.
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