A fist full of shots

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  1. Ashs

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    Any input would be much appreciated. Cheers

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    I like the composition in most of these shots, and each possess a strong subject. Generally they are fairly good. Some points to ponder though:

    // most seem overexposed a bit on some, a little more on others. DOF seems good so just up your shutter speed by one or two stops.

    // always shoot with a lens hood when you're outside -> rain or shine. There are noticeable ( and distracting ) sun flares on a few of these. Thumbs up for not including the sun in your shots but the flares can also be avoided by your trusty lens hood :)

    // #6 and #7 Not sure what's going on here, maybe your PP? The middle of the frames are washed out. If it's something you're doing in post production, I would avoid it, tbh. The washed out mids really takes away the impact of the scene on both.

    // last pick.... most of the horizons could use a nudge or two of straightening. Really, just a side note, but very important.

    Overally, you are definitely in the right ballpark and I do like these shots. Just a few little fixes for next time ;)

    Hope these comments help you -- keep shooting
     

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