Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by AreEyeSeeRIC, Aug 3, 2004.
I like the angle of the 3rd pic.
aaackk, i'm in overload, too many pics at once.
i really like the blue one. is there a lot of post-processing in that one? i would have never thought to process a shot like that. a tad overexposed on the highlights, a little soft-focused, and BLUE! it all works. it's a very environmental feel
I think that they are all good shots. I have to agree with the angle comment. There are some interesting angles. I have to say that it looks like you are more comfortable with B&W shots. Good work and welcome to the forum.
So .. you wanted a critique... let's start:
Very nice contrast and interesting composition, however I'd like to see the whole calculator on the right. But ok
Falling on the left side? but nice reflection in the water
I really enjoy it, but if you can go back there... try to take the texture of things in the bottom in focus. we will see the effect
I like it very much. I like the croping and contrast. It is the picture *with soul*
6 and 7. ok for me. I won't comment the the topic because I have nothing in common with Americans so I don't care.
Great reflection but for me too much blue color. maybe improving in ps?
9. and 10 I like them. Great idea.
Very interesting pics. Some are very strong. The gutter, car door and blue are my fav. Great work.
I agree about too many pictures...but here goes,
(1) A little too busy - I would prefer a subject to center the focus.
(2)dark (intended?) and tilted (intended?)
(3)(4)(5)(6)(7) I like these for verying reasons. Most have interesting prespectives and composition. All the b&w's may need a little extra contrast for punch.
(8) A little too blue...and I would have liked to have seen more of what is reflected as well as the reflection.
(9) not sure what to think of this...
(10) I like the details of this shot. Again, I would suggest adding contrast.
Hmm, a little too many to really critique well. I like the last one the best, nice composition but the contrast needs a boost to make it pop.
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