Need feedback on Pics :)

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  1. damian_i15

    damian_i15 TPF Noob!

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    Hi can I get some feedback on the following pictures:

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    1- Too Distracting
    2-ok
    3-12- Boring, find better subjects

    all which look vary point and shoot
     
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    What could be more interesting than the sloping lake in #12? It's not quite enough of a slope for waterskiing, but it could be fun in a raft.

    1: the bars just take too much from the waterfall
    2: interesting, but I'd have played with the angles a bit more; somewhere, that tree's got a better shot waiting
    3: not enough to be a full cityscape, too much to focus on any specific section - back up or zoom in to give it a specific subject
    4: similar to 3; pick one, or back out to show the whole flock
    5: more or less angle - right now it just looks like you missed level, and the powerline centered at the top is a bit of a distraction
    6: a bit hard to recognise for a second - not necessarily too bad from an artistic standpoint, but hard to say what you were going for
    7: interesting tree, but the foreground and background objects are distracting - this would be a good place to look for an angle with clear foreground, and play with DOF to blur the background
    8: I like it overall, but this would be a good example of a place to get the horizon about 1/3 of the way from the bottom rather than centered, cutting out some excess sidewalk and possibly improving the effect a bit as well
    9,10,11: that distortion is distracting - move back and zoom in
    12: I like the tree, but lakes are generally level
    13: this is one of those cases where soft light (overcast) would probably be a better choice - the tree-tunnel loses some power to all that happy sunlight
     
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    Hi,

    generally I think you need to pay attention to level the horizon as most of your photographs are tilted.

    Also, in photography most of the time we want to include a main subject. Be clear on what is the main subject in the photograph and which are not.

    Most of the time, keeping the photo simple is the way to go. :wink:

    Happy snapping!
    Cheers!:D
     
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    Thank you so much for the good feedback thats what I really was looking for.

    as far as the picture with the orange tree and I really tried to get a good angle from different section but it was one of those things where no matter what, something was always on the way and I really wanted to get the whole tree....but again thank you for the feedback.
     

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