Jeff, the second seems to be suffering most from the shooting conditions and needs a bit of straightening up, but also it has the appearance of being a small crop from an original image? The first looks pretty good - nicely composed and lovely reflections. The third is an interesting shot of a busy Christmas scene and the image quality looks very good - the exposure and colour balance appear spot on to me.
2nd one has potential, have another go at editing. Ed.
Jeff, those are nice and colourful, which always makes for a good night scene. I agree that with Philip and Ed that the 2nd shot, of the London Eye, could be straightened a bit and that it has potential for improvement with some tweaking. It's your third shot that I like - but then I like street shots.....
Thanks guys, I love a comment and a bit of a challenge. The second shot is a half crop - the left of the picture was worse than the right half! I feel encouraged to revisit with a tripod and try again. All the best. Jeff
I posted a comment to these images yesterday but, along with other stuff I posted, it has disappeared. I like all three images, but, like Graham, my favourite is the first.
Melrose Abbey, lighten up for Xmas.
Local War Memorial.
Both taken a few years ago. Ed.
Nice images, Ed. The Abbey has a very "Halloweenish" atmosphere.
Great images. Love the "snow" shot.
Remarkable, given the circumstances, great uprights! Ed.
John, your Night Train has more mixed lighting than a fun fair! You handled it very well. The skin tone of the passenger in the train is as neutral as can be. Bravo!