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macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-16 16:57]

Hi Chris
oh i love this...probably even more so than the typical Egyptian sort of scenes tourists take. It would be fun to see Alexandra's expression seeing this city today haha.
love these city scenes with long roads and seeing the styles of architecture. Reminds me alot of Valetta, Malta actually. Fine post from your hotel, even if it isn't 100% clear, who cares in this case, the view is great. cheers
Craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-16 16:54]

Hi Gert
good to have TE back again, I really thought the site was done forever - it may still be eventually, but lets keep it going!

when I look at the Beta version, one thing that come to me was the advertising of the wheels and tires on the door. Is that a tire shop? a real tire shop? certainly doesn't look like one. and its funny to see the Philips box being used as a table. nothing too complicated right? haha...see you around. cheers
Craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-16 16:46]

Hi Christiane
i like this visual set up with the different forms and shapes, the rounded steps in the fg and the tall strong rectangular building in the bg. nice to have a person sitting there too, that also adds a bit. Unique scene from Warsaw, one which we don't see. cheers
Craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-16 16:39]

Hi Carlo
your photo is a little crooked, but thats ok, its so easy to correct that :)

what caught my attention is the lower portion with the large thick white bands spreading outward to create that unique visual. its a great focal point. and it leads us to a fine Neo Classical building too. sweet shot. cheers
Craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-16 16:36]

Hi Ryszard
Imagine going back into time and seeing this Gate when it was finally built, in its Prime. I wonder how the surrounding streets and buildings looked as well. the stone is in great condition. Is that a worker/employee walking down the steps? fine shot with shadows and lights. cheers
craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-16 16:25]

Hi Silvio
nice to be back on TE right? :)
sweet looking photo you took. lovely warm light, its perfectly exposed, has an overall elegant look and feel to it.
different to see the steep slope used like this in a photo, I like it. cheers
Craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-16 16:19]

Hi Rob
this will be my first critique since the TE shutdown, lets see if it works.

I don't thin this photo has enough Red in it Rob, repost it hahaha. its like a huge collection of oversized blood vessels or something. Is the floor pink or is that lighting? that makes an impact too. cool, interesting, making a strong visual statement. Fun way to return to TE
cheers
Craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-12 16:55]

Hi Pierre
how on earth do you keep finding these beautiful cars on 'walks', do you like in a neighbourhood with alot of rich people who can afford old beautiful cars? hahaha

I want to go walking around here too. so cool to see the dashboard and the steering wheel, its so clean and in great shape. lovely car, and I like this backend view too. cheers
Craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-12 16:53]

Hi Serge
this is another one of yours the looks alot like an HDR photo. interesting lighting and contrasting levels, lots of definition. nice to see the paint being a bit old and needing of repair, but thats the character that I like. lots to see here. cheers
Craig

macjake Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6913 W: 88 N: 16724] (76809) [2017-10-12 16:50]

Hi Costantino
you couldn't have asked for better clouds than this, clouds can make all the difference can't they. they give depth and lots of form to this scene, and they may be blocking the light but it also adds alot of shadow and atmosphere. nice one.
cheers
Craig