I have reviewed the images and my original comments stand. Some minor criticism would only be to watch out for dust on the front of the lens like on image http://i930.photobucket.com/albums/a...p-2011-165.jpg
. That being said, no one or no image is ever perfect. Everything is subjective and objective at the same time. Ten people can look at the same image and all have completely different experiences with the same image. One of my favorites was http://i930.photobucket.com/albums/a...ls-of-rain.png
with very nice use of light.
If I could offer one piece of advice to the photographer it would be to always try to look at things differently. A variety of tools in the camera bag certainly give the photographer the ability to do so. I feel that for the style of photography I see here, that a tilt and shift lens would certainly give the photographer a lot more flexibility in expression. If a tilt and shift lens is a bit too costly they can explore the cheaper alternative, like a lens baby composer. Another thing I think would be helpful in any photographers tool kit would be a couple of battery powered litepannels with some colored gels. I love constant light! It gives you the ability to paint light where you need it, adding color, texture and shading, creatively. One last thing and this is probably the most important. It is and always be my belief to have expression over perfection always.