Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Texas Aggie, Jun 20, 2010.
Let me know what you all think...
Thanks in advance.
I like the first one. I would use the burn tool a little on the sky.
Always love NYC and the buildings. Great job.
Appreciate it. Though there are a lot of shots of the city, I think in way it will always be a timeless capture. And I also wasn't too sure about the Statue of Liberty picture, but I liked how it stood out against the overcast sky that day. I think there could be better ways to crop it. I'll have to look into it.
Any more comments or critique? Everything helps.
Sometimes shooting in NYC is not easy, especially for a beginner (me).
The haze and low lying smog really make it difficult. Add to that the reflections off other building surfaces and the bright natural light, even on some overcast days, and the pictures do not always come out.
I am sure there is a method when these conditions exist, I have yet to conquer them though.
...You mean dodge? Or am I wrong?
They're a little typical of NYC photos, just really good quality. Although I really do like the second picture's comp and cropping. Boats get a lil in the way but I understand there was little to do about it. The green of the trees could use some desaturation as the colour also takes away your focus from the main subject, which is also of the green family, a lil bit.
Burn to make the sky a little grayer.
i like the second one big time.
Nice shots. I think I would like #1 better if there was a bit more contrast....
i <3 number 1 the sky could be a touch darker
Not bad. The white-out sky is a bit much.
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