Hey, I'm new, would love some feedback on some shots

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  1. daysweregolden

    daysweregolden TPF Noob!

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    Hey dudes, Got an SLR a few months ago and started a course and was just after some general critiques and improvements you think I could make to my photography. Try to ignore the scratchs/dust on the neg scans haha.

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    There are way too many photo's here to give any kind of constructive critique but overall a lot of these pictures are pleasing....
     
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    Sorry!

    Maybe just pick out the ones that suck and say why? haha
     
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    lol... that's the spirit...

    -the dinner shot appears soft on focus

    -the shot (guy with ball cap holding pencil)... good use of DOF but the white arm in the background is still too distracting

    -the shot (dark haired girl in overalls on left third)... same thing... the blonde with the head cutoff too distracting

    -the shot (girl kneeling observing pic's) seem a little overexposed and seems framed with too much extra space that is not relevent to the subject of the picture... I would have tried this vertical from ground level and would have told the dude in the back to take a hike in the name of art...


    as for the "attaboys" the backgammon black and white is very well done (my fav) and the water bowl is well executed IMO...
     
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    I absolutely love pic #3 with the splashing water. Great lighting on that one, keep up the good work!
     

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