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04-05-2006, 04:00 AM
What do you guys think of this image?
At first - 776.32 KB is too much for such small JPEG image.
At second - why did you set so high ISO (800) at so short time (1/640s). Always try to set ISO as low as you can (probably it could be ISO200 @ 1/160s).
Going to theme of image - interesting but still you can work on it a little more :P
Sorry if my words were not so nice. Im also learning so good comments for are always welcome and I belive you think in same way.
04-05-2006, 06:00 PM
will agree with everything geos said above.
also, this might seem strange... but i would take the chair out of the shot :P that way you're working with a good composition and impact of those saturated colours is greater. that's just the way my mind works though :P
04-05-2006, 08:01 PM
Thanks for the comments. Geos, your words are fine, if the criticism is constructive I don't care how the words are given. =]
I was taking some shots inside an storm cellar/shelter right behind where that was taken and forgot to turn the ISO back down once I got outside. Noob mistake I suppose you could say. Good points, and I agree that 776KB is a little much, I didn't really notice that.
Also, I like the chair in it, but I can see your point on it not adding much to the image w/ the saturation and whatnot.
Thanks again to both of you.
04-11-2006, 08:22 PM
I actually like the chair in the photo. It adds to the narrative. And very nice saturated colors. Was this shot in RAW and adjusted?
p.s. was also wondering about the high ISO, but that was answered.
04-11-2006, 08:55 PM
I actually think the photo would be boring without the chair. I like the witty title of the photo and I also like the dark red colors of the bricks against the neon green grass.
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