b&w's and a swan, opinions please

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  1. liquidflight
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    I'd like to hear what you all think of these, be honest. I know that there are some points that could use work, but I'd like to hear each different opinion.
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    A nice collection. #1 would have more visual impact for me if the tree weren't quite so dead center. Beautiful image, a little cropping could fix that. Very stark and dramatic, my kinda shot! #2 - almost there; I want more texture in the boards to go with the shadows and angles...ALMOST there, but it's not quite grabbing me. #3 seems a little falt, but that could be my monitor, too, although I like the image. I like your swan: maybe a half stop or so off in exposure? Again, could be my monitor, but I'd like a little more detail in the beak. If it's there, it's just my old monitor telling lies. :wink:

    Nice work, overall! #1 is my fave despite the composition.
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    gonzo have kiwi, will travel...

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    mmm, number one is awesome. it even looks like the tree seperates the black and white from from the clouds! cool shot liquidflight! very cool.
    Cheers!
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    1.I think if the tree in number one was off set to the left, inside the lighted area it would add a striking feeling to it imo.

    2. A little more detail would be nice.

    3. I like it.

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