New here! My first submission

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by sephis, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. sephis

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    Hello everybody!

    I'd like to introduce myself shortly: My name's Sebastian, I'm from Germany and want to share my knowledge and receive criticizm and/or hints and advice for building up my photographical skills.

    I've been to amateur photography now for around five years and I'm looking for a well-visited place for me to get qualified feedback on my work.

    Let's start straight away with my most recent work here, what do you think about the style, the finish and so on?

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    Thanks for your attention! :D
     
  2. IanRB

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    I like this alot, looks as though the hallway goes on forever. The only thing that seemed to bother me was the bottom left corner seemed really dark. My just be the brightness on my computer but i like this picture.
     
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    i like it , but i agree with IanRB about the brightness,
     
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    I think that would be a good HDR shot.
     
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    I think it works well as it is without doing anything along the lines of HDR or layering.
    The lightness of the corridor draws your attention to it and down it to the vanishing point.
    Works perfectly fine as it is in my eyes.

    I'm all for HDR, but I think shots like this work better with darker and lighter areas :)
     

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