Critiques please

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by khoj.badami, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. khoj.badami

    khoj.badami TPF Noob!

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    Hi all!

    I am new to this forum and i am also new to professional digital photography.

    It would be very kind if you could give me some pointers about these pics i have taken..

    Please DO NOT HOLD BACK! Be as harsh as you need to be! I want to try to get into ShutterStock and make some money. I understand that they have high standards... So, i want your criticism..

    Here is the link to my photos.. http://www.flickr.com/gp/19704256@N00/4V37Z1

    Thanks!
     
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    khoj.badami TPF Noob!

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    Hi,

    Me again!

    I just thought that i would put my photos in the post so that ppl would not have to go though so many links to see the photos..

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  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    First of all: welcome to ThePhotoForum, khoj.badami!

    Then ... well ... I don't really know where the demand is in the area of stock photography, so I cannot really help you in THAT area.

    What I see is the close-up on the newspaper, with the red sub-title in the middle of the text, clearly striving for attention ... yet your focus is further up. I feel the focus doesn't sit right.

    As to the objects on the mirror: cool idea. Creates a certain effect of ... well, not reflection, that aspect is SELF-EVIDENT, but of ... how do I express myself? Makes everything look so clean ... IF the mirror is spotless, of course. And it is not in the second. Which is not good. And unfortunately, none of your little objects in Photo 2 is really sharp. There is a general blurriness all over. Is it from camera shake? I would think so. Too little light and the attempt to handhold this photo.

    3 is best.
    But is there actually a demand for the photo of a mobile phone on a mirror in the stock photo market? I'm genuinely asking, for I really don't know.
     

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