Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by MrsB, Jan 22, 2009.
I didn't edit any of them yet. C&C away......tks
The first one is pretty nice. The last two leave a lot to be desired. The use of what looks like on camera flash kills the shots for me. The last shot should be symmetrical in spacing of the faucet head and change the crop to get rid of the handle. Thats just my two cents anyway.
The first one is ok, but it's not that sharp. The second one is a nice composition, but it's way to dark.
Wish you didnt cut off the dogs nose in the first one...I like the second; but yea its way to dark
The droplets on the second one look great - very cool, too bad the rest of the picture is so under exposed.
Yes, I new that the flash would kill it, but I was having a very hard time getting anything without it...well, so far at least, while I learn how to actual shoot manual.
I played around a bit, thought: 'what the heck!'', also added 2 different ones...lemme know what's your opinion...if I learning "something" lol.....thanks,
I like the kid in the snow... The pinks and greens against the snow is fun.
I want to hear sad walking away music...
To me the window in the background is distracting. You could cover it or something. I think it would make the shot better. Also if you are shooting in automatic, the camera may be metering to the light outside which is making your shot underexposed. Whoops, just checked the exif data and saw it was manual. If you were using the camera meter, you should meter for the faucet and sink, not the window. Just my two cents.
The water drops in the second one look cool.
Ok, gotcha, thanks. I will try with something in the back.
My original idea was actually to try to get the sky in the back too, but it didnt work out too good....
I actually like the original #2. It should be darkened for a more sillouette look and then crop the messy bits out.
Thanks guys... appreciate your help
Gonna keep trying....hope I am not completely in the wrong direction!!??
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