Top 10 Pictures – March 2018

Each month the iPhotography™ Gallery sees hundreds of images uploaded by our students. Here are the 10 most popular images from the last 4 weeks:

Beautiful Flowers by Anna Chmura-Jenkins

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“This ISN’T shot on a macro??!!! WOW, begs the question, with quality like this, do you need one?! hahaha, I can’t wait to see what you can do with a stronger lens though!”

“Wow indeed. Lovely strong image and that purple just smacks you in the face. Don’t bother getting a macro if this is what you can produce already.”

“As someone who owns a macro lens I can only say WOW! You did an amazing job Anna.”

 

Enjoying the Summer Evening by Kerry Hutchison

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“A refreshing spontaneity in this image reflecting a happy summer’s evening. Well done.”

“Beautiful softness and love the expressions!”

“Love the lighting and the way the child’s face is the central image.”

 

Light Night Sparks by Helen Rudge

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“Wow, amazing shot! The editing looks so cool!”

“This is amazing!”

“Very creative!”

 

Mam Tor, Peak District by Helen Cryan

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“Lovely lines and overall clarity and detail.”

“I’d really like to walk through that gate and down that path, Helen. A nicely composed and clear shot! A+”

“Nice image, just feel that the foreground could be a bit sharper. lovely leading lines through the image and a great sky.”

 

Little Owl by Hazel Stead

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“That is an absolutely gorgeous picture! I love the composition and the colors are great. Perfect.”

“Great photo on so many levels! Love the color and composition. And, of course, the cool subject! Nice work!”

“Great composition. Looks like the owl has been caught doing it something it shouldn’t be doing…….don’t often see an owl in a pot. :-)”

 

Sunset in New York by Katja Villiger

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“A really great image. Led to the city by the receding wooden piles, the reflections of which add to the path towards the skyline, the sunset and lights of the early evening. Brilliant.”

“Great shot… love the depth the groins make in the foreground and the smoothness of the water. You must be pleased with that!”

“Wonderful lines and DOF.”

 

Bumblebee by Zoe Jane Penlington

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“Great shot!”

“Wowzers! Love it, Zoe, working on macro lenses is never easy, but you’ve got some great skills by the looks of it!”

“Love it, great macro”

 

Snowy Owl by Biji George

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“Gorgeous!!”

“Really cool shot! Hang it on your wall!”

“I only wish my own attempts at panning were this good, impeccable timing, excellent detail and just WOW!!!”

 

Gothic by Lorraine

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“Very atmospheric. the B&W really works with this kind of architecture and ruins. Great image.”

“very eye-catching image, Lorraine. I agree, perfect in B&W”

“Lovely image & very well balanced”

 

Sphere Picture by Steve Fleetwood

Here are just a few of the comments from iPhotography students;

 

“Very striking and interesting. Definitely stands out in a crowd! Your hard work paid off!”

“Thank you all, I’m slowly learning there’s so many restrictions about flying it’s taking a while.”

“Very clever and original Steve”

 

Thank you to all of our students who have uploaded images this past month and for all of those who have taken the time to comment and rate their fellow students work. Keep the amazing images coming and see if you can become one of the top ten images next month.

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