Downtown West Palm Shots: CnC!

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by AUS-10, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. AUS-10

    AUS-10 TPF Noob!

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    Had nothing to do today so I took a ride downtown to see what I could find. Shot with a Nikon D3000 with the 18-55mm VR kit lens and a Nikkor 70-300mm lens. Some are cropped and edited. There are a couple more on my Flickr if anyone wants a look. Didnt want to post so many in one thread. Harsh C&C welcome. (I personally like #6 the best :mrgreen:)


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  2. JSD

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    You did say harsh...
    1. Nicely composed but under exposed, so so subject.
    2. Looks like you missed: is it a picture of a bird or one of some piers and buildings? As is neither is well emphasized.
    3. Is any one realy interested in an alley full of ugly utilities?
    4. Again, where is the interest? Looks like things are tipping a little.
    5. This one has interest, but is a bit underexposed. Makes me interested to know more about the location.
    6.This one has the most interest to me but it's often a mistake to have a critter looking out of the picture. Could it be cropped so there is more space in front of the gulls face?
    7. Lovely sunset spoiled by ugly utilities, sorry.
    I hope this is helpful, if harsh, C&C...JSD
     
  3. AUS-10

    AUS-10 TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the feedback! The mess of utilities kinda interested me the most :p
    And about the bird. Is there a reason why it's a no-no to have an animal look out of frame or is it just a general preference not to?
     

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