SI Peter Newman Comments
Here are my short comments:
Using the square format sometimes makes composition difficult. It is a
nice shot of the street sweeper but he is too centered leading to a
static image. A vertical crop slightly below him and a vertical crop of
the superfluous right side of the image would make it stronger.
This is a very nice capture. I very much like you would use of angles.
I think that a vertical crop slightly to the left of the cart would
eliminate wasted space and make your image even stronger.
Good capture. Was this guy yelling because he was about to be towed
away? I would like to see just a tad more total rangeGood capture. Was
this guy yelling because he was about to be towed away? I would like to
see just a tad more total range.
Nice capture of a guy at work. The two arms from two different people
show him to be a pretty busy guy. If possible, I would like for those
arms to be more in focus. The image is much too soft.
Nice pattern shot. I do not agree with the Duck when he says it is not
strictly Street photography. However, I will leave it up to Tony Cooper
to make the final decision. I like the image.
This is a really neat capture of the artist at work. Everything flows as
I would expect and his redshirt nicely complements his painting.
You have nicely captured the moment, and piqued my curiosity as to just
what is this dude looking at. I like the repetition of the blue
umbrella. However, that bright bald sky keeps drawing my eye away from
the main scene.
He has a hopeless despondent look. I would like to see more of his face.
I wonder if he could juggle those clubs while riding that bicycle.
This is good seeing, with nice tonal range. There are really two
pictures within this image. For me the door is distracting from the main
image. I would have propped out everything from the left-hand part of
Cooper Musical Rest:
Nice capture of the musicians at rest. I assume the girl is either a
singer or a flautist. Blurring or darkening the background would have
made these guys stand out more.
Tired, or despondent that they have just been turned down for a loan?
The moment has been captured. Well done.
Good capture of a whimsical moment:
Bob Coe 1:
I like that this was not shot with a level viewfinder. The angles and
placement give us a good sense of time and place.
Bob Coe 2:
If a sense of disjointed clutter is what you wanted to convey, you have
been successful. Sorry, this image just doesn't feel right to me.
Bob Coe 3:
This is a nice night shot conveying a sense of what a lonely place this
must be at night. A little old lady pushing a shopping cart across the
street would have added to that sense of loneliness.
I stood there quite a while in an anticipation which failed to
Aquaduct- both images.
I was experimenting with available light and very high ISO, since I was
unable to use flash at that location. The tonal range is a lot flatter
than I would have hoped it would be, but my choice was those images or
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