Image Doctor: Spring Flowers
Photographer: Ron Lovatt
Camera Type: Canon 450D
Lens: Tamron 18-270 f/3.5-6.3 Di ll VC Ld
Shutter Speed: 1/25
Adjustments: Adjustments made in Aperture to Definition as well as slight increase in Saturation and Vibrancy and Highlights and Shadow adjustments, with final adjustment to sharpness
Photographer's Comments: While walking round town after looking at the Spring Flowers This display in the QVB Building caught my eye and the balance of the arches, lighting and angle together with the colours just caught my eye
Image doctor's advice
As architectural images go, this one is rather delightful.
There are a few things that make this photograph special and I think the first of them is the dead straight line that almost divides this photograph into two. It is almost like two photographs have been glued together, one on top of the other.
The second enjoyable element of the photograph is those flowers, and it is just a pity that they are not continued on the upper level.
Now there is not a lot that I would bother adjusting with this photo, I think it is very good just as it is.
That being said, if you get the chance I would crop off the shadow line on the very bottom of the picture… that way you get the illusion that the white wall in the lower half of the picture is bigger than it really is.
Aside from that, well seen and well handled.