Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by er111a, Dec 1, 2009.
Are all your shots taken through tinted windows or an ND filter?
'Technically' this photo is terrible for the same reasons all your other photos are. I really don't know what to critique, you seem to have your own style and refuse to do anything along the lines of what I would consider popular good photography.
By no means do I mean to talk down on your work, I honestly just don't get it and it doesn't appeal to me.
If anything, you're consistent and I'm glad you're enjoying photography - I hope it brings joy to your life. Perhaps one day your style will catch on and I'll get a feel for it.
Thank you for sharing your work.
Noisy, underexposed, low contrast. It's not my style.
The expression on the face conveys emotion, and the composition is direct, but as other people said, the shot has some noise and low contrast. It looks some of the things I made with my Quaker Oats pinhole camera. Endearing in its own way, but not technically the best photo.
thats what I was going for
Underexposed with low contrast.
wat is ur style
Properly exposed with lots of contrast.
Honestly? I'm not big on people making basically 100% technically incorrect images and calling it fine art. I'm a technician by trade, and I don't consider myself much of an artist. If this is what you were going for, then that's great. For me, it's not a great picture. If I saw that come out of my camera, I'd hit the delete button immediately. There really isn't anything technically correct about the shot. However, there are some fine art photographs that I think are absolutely terrible, that are worth thousands of dollars (if not more). My biggest problem with the shot is that I have to strain my eyes to look at the photo.
As I said, if that's what you were going for, mission accomplished. But I just don't like it. I like properly exposed shots with more contrast (ie points on BOTH the extreme sides of the histogram) and less noise.
ok but dont you see it tells a story on its own ans has its own art values
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