Feedback and introduction

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  1. WEBARMY

    WEBARMY TPF Noob!

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    Hi everyone, I'm DJ. I am trying to get into photography as a profession at the moment. I have been a graphic and web designer before. I've been searching for a good forum for photography and this seems like a good place.

    Anyway just thought I would post up some work to see what you all think. I think I have finally found my style of photography. Any comments are appreciated. Thanks.

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  2. DragonHeart

    DragonHeart TPF Noob!

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    First off, Welcome to TPF :) Being a newbie myself, I can only offer MY feelings on these.
    Might wanna number your pics when you have several. Makes it easier to critique.
    1. Wash out on her face. Also you cut off her feet.
    2. Generally good. Not my style, but cant find any fault with it.
    3. Again, she's missing a foot. And the title/watermark definately is distracting.
    4 & 5. Kinda snapshottish and the blur of the hand in #5 not particularly a good thing. But if you were going for this effect, you got it.
    6. Not enough detail/lighting on the face. Then again, if you were aiming for this type of shot, right on.
    7. Not too shabby, I would loose the orange strings behind her.
    8. Not a fan of B&W half face shots, but nothing 'wrong' with this shot.
    9. Pretty good with the exception of the wash out behind her head.
    10. Dont like the harsh shadow on the street in front of her, and someone ate her foot again.
    These again are just MY two cents worth coming from a newbie himself.
     
  3. WEBARMY

    WEBARMY TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the comments. A lot of the stuff is just because of my style. But I do see the whole cutting of the feet thing could be worked on.
     
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    WEBARMY TPF Noob!

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    Any other comments are appreciated.
     

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