The Phoenix Railway Photographic Circle / C_Dyke_1
Exhibition: The Human Element
18/04/2005

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C_Dyke_1

The Glacier Express is seen at Bergun on the Albuba line of the Rhatische Bahn, Switzerland on 26 August 1998

Chris Dyke

C Dyke 1

I like the potrait of Europeans at play with the train in the background, with intriguing glimpse of a spiral above the train. But the whole thing leans a bit to the right which gives an un-natural feel to the picture, as if you'd tilted the camera to get it all in. (Bob Avery)

 

Well executed but perhaps too much of a gap between the train and the bathers. (Ian Cowley)

 

Very good use of available elements. I do find the blue a little too harsh against the more muted colours in the rest of the shot, that said it is an original and interesting image (Geoff Dowling)

 

The train and the people by the pool are just too far apart and don’t relate to each other too well . (David Flitcroft)

 

Needs a lower viewpoint to reduce the gap between the pool and the train – get rid of that wide, green field. (Martin Higginson)

 

The timing of the train is spot on but the people are not ideally placed in the frame. (Jonathan Cordle)