View Full Version : Critique my stuff please :)
09-17-2005, 02:45 AM
Specifically the photo's please, not the wallpapers or the manga.
I couldn't really decide which individual photo to pick, so I figured I'd offer the whole shebang :). Thank you for your time!
09-17-2005, 05:15 AM
it's easier if you picked like your three personal best...and get more details feedback
part of photography is being able to sort through your images, and we cant just "reply to everything" and do a good job at it...
09-17-2005, 05:39 PM
Very well, my apologies :) It wasn't easy, but I decided on these ones, in no particular order...
Thank you kindly :)
09-19-2005, 07:31 PM
I noticed a lot of people, including myself, who when they first get into photography tend to take a lot of upclose pictures (but not really macro) of misc objects, plants being one of the major ones. These pictures are hard to really 'critique' for me because I just can't find much of interest going on in them unless they have an original angle or something to set them apart from everything else. With that in mind, I guess all I can say is:
First pic: I dunno, maybe up the contrast or something to help seperate the plant from the rock...:)
Second pic: next time watch how you frame the picture, you have a lot of room on the top, yet you have the flower on the bottom cut off
third pic: watch for objects that are crossing in front of your subject, the piece of wood or plant, whatever it is, that is running across the picture could be moved so that it does not take away from the pictures field of view.
Thats just my two cents, I don't normally offer advice on how to improve images as I consider myself to be little more than an advanced amateur with much to learn but those are a few basic things to consider when composing your pictures. Keep it up! Photography is harder than people realize, and the only way to improve is practice :) There is definite potential.
09-20-2005, 10:37 PM
you definitely win the award of finding the most interesting specimens to take photos of! ;) i think the second photo is the best. just more colour and more life.
09-22-2005, 12:26 AM
Thanks so much for the feedback and the kind words! It's appreciated!
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