DPChallenge: A Digital Photography Contest You are not logged in. (log in or register
 
Browse Settings
Currently viewing:
Registered UserPurpleFire

Show comments:

Per page:

Order:

Comments:


Comments Received by PurpleFire
Pages:   ...
Showing 31 - 40 of ~415
Image Comment
Ribblehead Viaduct
08/16/2007 10:54:50 AM
Ribblehead Viaduct
by PurpleFire

Comment by Tammer:
For me, if there was a little more light or contrast in the foreground I would have scored it higher.
Photographer found comment helpful.
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
05/12/2007 07:35:09 AM
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
by PurpleFire

Comment by timfythetoo:
Greetings from the Critique Club -

You have an interesting image here. The shadows from the rocks are very cool and you background landscape looks like an awesome place to shoot.

Now I am a photoshop junkie and tend to overprocess alot of the stuff I do. I think that with this image I would have worked even more on the colors. I really like the colors of the mountain and sky. The blues and purples are very nice. I think the colors on the rocks and the grass surrounding could have been worked over better. I think a tweak onthe grass to remove the yellow cast and make it a more true green could have been nice. And then maybe a slight desat on the rocks to make them not as colorful. THese are all maybes. I don't know ho wit would be, but just thoughts.

Very good job framing your shot from the beginning. It is always cool when you get to the end of your editing never having to crop. Shows you put good thought into your composition (something I am trying to do more now myself).

Overall all a pleasing image with no major issues. I think the only thing that kept it from scoring higher is just the lack of real WOW power that DPCers have come to expect. Keep up the good work - you have some great images in your portfolio. I look forward to seeing your future entries!

Tim
Photographer found comment helpful.
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
05/07/2007 04:28:18 PM
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
by PurpleFire

Comment by edmeng:
Great composition and colors. 10
Photographer found comment helpful.
I can do this
05/05/2007 09:51:34 AM
I can do this
by PurpleFire

Comment by idnic:
Greetings from the Critique Club!

Hi Lian. While this image is definitely divided in thirds and quite well I might add, it doesn't really follow the "Rule of Thirds" which is quite well defined in the arts world. Your subject, while captured well, is centered in the composition which is causing a stagnant feel. I think if you had moved your subject to the left of the frame, leaving us plenty of room in front of him to see where he is going you could have made a stronger, more dynamic composition. I hope this helps.

Cindi
Photographer found comment helpful.
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
05/03/2007 06:03:46 PM
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
by PurpleFire

Comment by Haneck:
Cool - neat colors!
Photographer found comment helpful.
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
05/01/2007 04:37:44 PM
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
by PurpleFire

Comment by SaraR:
You have certainly made the most of the evening(?)light!
Photographer found comment helpful.
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
05/01/2007 04:23:09 PM
Standing Stones of Castlerigg
by PurpleFire

Comment by BrianR:
Good colors and lighting....6
Photographer found comment helpful.
I can do this
04/30/2007 08:47:29 AM
I can do this
by PurpleFire

Comment by LalliSig:
I do like the facial expression, he seems very concentrated.
Photographer found comment helpful.
I can do this
04/29/2007 04:56:49 PM
I can do this
by PurpleFire

Comment by whowie:
Nicely composed. I like the look of concentration on your subject's face.
Photographer found comment helpful.
I can do this
04/27/2007 03:09:26 PM
I can do this
by PurpleFire

Comment by cogerox:
Nice. Focus is right on his eyes.
Photographer found comment helpful.
Pages:   ...
Showing 31 - 40 of ~415


Home - Challenges - Community - League - Photos - Cameras - Lenses - Learn - Prints! - Help - Terms of Use - Privacy - Top ^
DPChallenge, and website content and design, Copyright © 2001-2024 Challenging Technologies, LLC.
All digital photo copyrights belong to the photographers and may not be used without permission.
Current Server Time: 02/28/2024 08:31:52 AM EST.