Tim Tucker LRPS

United KingdomRugby, United Kingdom
20
years of
experience
Specialty: Nature
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I am been an avid amateur photographer since the 1980's. In 2000 I started a freelance business, selling stock photography and the occasional commission. My work has been published in books, magazines and newspapers and been used in calendars and greetings cards. My speciality is landscape, and most recently panoramas. I also capture wildlife shots and take on commissions on an ad-hoc basis. My experience covers a range of techniques which I hope my short portfolio demonstrates. I have used 35mm, Medium Format and 4"x5" view cameras, but today shoot exclusively with Nikon Digital SLR cameras.
Photo Critique
Rating
7
Photographer: denis bennett
Camera: Canon Rebel T1i
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Hi Denis, this waterfall looks very familiar, is this Iceland? If it is, I'm fairly sure I've been to this location in a tour, and obviously you're then restricted by...
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Rating
7.6
Photographer: denis bennett
Camera: Canon Rebel T1i
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Hi Denis, this is a much better effort than the previous image, a
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Rating
7.6
Photographer: denis bennett
Camera: Canon Rebel T1i
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Hi Denis, very nice, great to include the figure to.
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Rating
6
Photographer: denis bennett
Camera: Canon Rebel T1i
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
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Rating
8
Photographer: jack w. thompson
Camera:
Canon EOS 7D
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
This is a really impressive shot, would be proud to add one like this to my collection!
Photo Critique
Rating
7.2
Photographer: Brian Dan
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XSi
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Overall, a nice capture which tells a story - we want to know more: do these guys know each other? What's being said? What happened before and after?
Photo Critique
Rating
7.6
Photographer: John Passmore
Camera:
Nikon D700
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
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Rating
6.3
Photographer: kathryn willett
Camera:
nikon coolpix S220
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
OK as a grab record shot, but can be significantly improved upon.
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Rating
6.8
Photographer: kathryn willett
Camera: i phone 4
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Despite my criticisms, I think this would make a nice image printed fairly small, but it lacks the critical sharpness for large printing, judging by the image I see o...
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Rating
7.7
Photographer: kathryn willett
Camera: Fujifinepix S5700
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Overall, pretty good but with potential to improve.
Photo Critique
Rating
6.2
Photographer: kathryn willett
Camera:
Nikon coolpix S220
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
A reasonable attempt but pay attention for DoF and particularly focus.
Photo Critique
Rating
7.2
Photographer: jack w. thompson
Camera:
Canon EOS 7D
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
A really tricky shot, which you have very nearly executed perfectly. I would just like to see a sharper head and a bit more contrast and punchier colours. But, overal...
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Rating
7.3
Photographer: Marc Lang
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel Xti
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Overall, a nice shot but one that can be improved on.
Photo Critique
Rating
7.9
Photographer: denis bennett
Camera: Canon Rebel T1i
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Very good capture again Denis :-)
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Rating
7.4
Photographer: denis bennett
Camera: Canon Rebel T1i
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Another good capture.
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Rating
8.4
Photographer: denis bennett
Camera: Canon Rebel T1i
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Like this one best of all, well done.
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Rating
8.3
Photographer: denis bennett
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XSi
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Really good capture, to me it conveys teamwork, simple lives and the close relationship between the people and their crops and animals.
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Rating
8.4
Photographer: Dain Smith
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Great shot, captures the mood of the light and the beauty of the mountains well.
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Rating
8.4
Photographer: richard abrahams
Camera:
Fujifilm FinePix HS10
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
I really like this shot, well done. Please note that if this is a Sand Lizard, then they are a protected species and it is against the law to disturb them in anyway. ...
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Rating
8.7
Photographer: Hank Fanelli
Camera:
Canon EOS 7D
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Really good capture of a fleeting moment and black and white gives it a timeless quality.
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Rating
4.4
Photographer: karen smith
Camera:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W230
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Sorry, but I think this is a poor composition and is poorly executed.
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Rating
5.9
Photographer: Joanne Lindsay
Camera: sony ericson 12-1 mpixel phone camera
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
I think this was a good idea, but unfortunately the execution lets it down. I have seen some great captures on camera phones, but it's important to understand the lim...
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Rating
6.3
Photographer: Lucy Beck
Camera:
Nikon D300
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Despite the problems with focus and depth of field, I think this shot shows a lot of potential and I would encourage you to go back and repeat the shot with appropria...
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Rating
7.9
Photographer: Neil Williams
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
I like this image, but it can be improved further with a bit of effort.
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Rating
6.7
Photographer: cherise arthur
Camera:
Canon EOS 20D
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
Potentially a very nice image, but needs a bit of polish in terms of colours and perhaps composition. If this location is local to you, then try going back to see how...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.6
Photographer: w. crowther
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XS
Critiqued by: Tim Tucker LRPS
As a snapshot, it's OK. If you want to improve, I think you could do a lot better, and I've provided some suggestions for you.