Ok well for those of you who don't know this artist is my bestfriend and i've been working with him and his photography for awhile now and to me this image is an obvious example of how is art is improving. Vision: this piece really draws the eye in and ends at the powerplant in the distance and i love that about it. Originatlity: To me landscapes all seem the same (even my own) i gave this 4 because there a few things that i would've done different but its still a killer shot. Technique: What can i say he really works on his criticisms and it shows! All in all i feel that this is one of his best works and with this i really cant wait to see what is in store in the future for him. my only real criticism about this shot is that (as a pano) it oculd use one more image to the right.
I'm not a premium member so I'll just write my critique here:
A vast expanse of gritted earth seated next to a liquid navy blanket should be a poetic summary of your work. The manner in which you took the photograph is well placed and I must say I that i appreciate your decision to take the shot from a side angled view over the more popular choice of shooting it from the front end. But what really gets my interest is how you were able to take such simple field view of a place and created a virtual masterpiece by the mere choice of what area you would record an image such as this. Most people wouldn't even consider the possibilities of playing with the position of their cameras as they are more or less generally focused on the angle of their camera.
The colours are good and I like how there's a bit of strand and trees there as well. And the factory on th other end of the picture. It looks really neat against the sky in far distant. The red building, anyhow, breaks the flow of the image somewhat. But then again it adds some colour to the blues and greens. Maybe a different angle with the factory and the bridge instead of including the trees and the shore would work better.