abstracts?

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  1. speciespython

    speciespython TPF Noob!

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    ok, my first trys at abstracts.....so be as harsh as you think needed,
    i think i need it lol....
    I also think i need all of them genrally disagreed with, not to specificly after any certain advise.....

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    thank you for looking,
    laura
     
  2. thebeginning

    thebeginning TPF Noob!

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    please, if you can, try to post each image seperately when posting in the critique forum so that each photo can receive more critique. here are the formal guidelines for the critique forum :
    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=23315

    i would critique them now, but i'm not sure if i'm supposed to (?)
     
  3. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Firstly I 'll just say that I wouldn't categorise the second shot as abstract - it is clearly definable as something even tho I dont know what it is exactly. It's more of a documentary shot IMO.
    The firast one is neat for the angle of view and the composition but it is lacking in contrast i think.
    The last one is my fave. I like the composition and the the DOF suits. only problem I see is that your actual point of focus, which I would like to be the hole close to centre is not in focus. I really like the way it starts soft in the coner and sharpens and the n goes soft again. The blue tones are also very soothing.
    Hope this helps :D
     

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