Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by AgentDrex, Jun 26, 2009.
Here are five new photos I've done, they ARE getting better (I seem to think so):
The DoF in the second one is pretty nice, cool hot wheels model too.
Is it just me, or is the guy in the truck looking at you instead of where hes going...
That would be drivers in Bemidji. Either on a cell, or just plain not paying attention.
That fish is disgusting....
Don't really think any of them are great to be upfront. You seem to have some DoF issues unless you get it like that every time on purpose.
Keep going I DO see improvement since your last post of pictures. Try to work on composition. You centered all of your subjects.
These pictures were part of my centered theme....that's why the composition is centered...I have others that follow the "rule of thirds", others that are angled, all sorts of different compositions. What, in your opinion, could I do to make these pictures great? As for the "DoF issues", what exactly is the "issue"? I'm having a slight bit of difficulty understanding where a problem may lie.
The fish one is very flat, no depth whatsoever to it. Besides which, it just looks like a dead fish, I think this could have been cool from a different angle (like down low maybe)
Thank you Invictus. I will get on that promptly. I agree with the flat fish look. I will try another carcass down low.
The colors in #3 seem a little flat.
How do these colors look now?
A lot better.
Roger that. I'll get better thanks to all of you.
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