first time posting my own pictures

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by talula, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. talula

    talula TPF Noob!

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    First few are from a carnival, the others are from photoshoots with friends.

    Constructive criticism welcome.

    And if I post something the wrong way, just let me know so I do it correctly next time.

    Thanks in advance!!!

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  2. talula

    talula TPF Noob!

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    I would appreciate c&c if anyone has anything...
    I am trying to improve my skills.
    Thank you!
     
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    With my limited experience, here goes ...

    Picture #1 - Not bad, interesting effect. I would maybe clone out the houses on the right .. .well maybe not the houses but definitely the spiky things whatever they are. I would also be careful not to cut of the top of the ferris wheel.

    Picture #2 - to be brutally honest - I don't see anything interesting about it, I'd bin it if it was mine.

    Picture #3 - it would be much better if you and the subject moved one step forward (her step backwards) to avoid the post that holds the fence. The fence and its angle are cool I would also clean up the background a little, that power pole for example and the tip of the fence just above her forehead.

    Picture #4 - it's an excellent one, except I'd keep it straight, the falling water doesn't look so natural going at that angle. But never the less probably the best of the lot.

    Picture #5 - You cut the spiral (or whatever the big metal thing is) at the very bottom of the picture, if you have cropped the image you may want to redo it but allow just a few extra pixels at the bottom. Alternatively getting closer to the subject might be a way to go.

    His shirt looks a touch overexposed, so stepping down about 1-2 thirds might be a way to go.

    I hope this helps.
     

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