New pictures C&C

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by dreamer27, Oct 24, 2009.

  1. dreamer27

    dreamer27 TPF Noob!

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    C&C much appreciated





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    In regards to these two I am aware they are grainy and the execution wasn't as great as it could be, but I liked the concept in them.


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  2. marmots

    marmots No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    have you posted these before? i think i remember them
    1. it's centered, the background is distracting, and maybe try getting more of an interesting angle, and maybe sprits the flower with water

    2. out of focus, background is distracting angle is kinda boring

    3&4. just not a very interesting subject
     
  3. Bitter Jeweler

    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Maybe they are hoping for better reviews this time around?

    But geezus! 800x600 72dpi is all thats needed for web crits.
     
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    I agree. #1 needs to follow the ROT a little stricter. It also looks flat. Try adjusting the contrast a little bit, maybe some color burning or something to make it pop.

    For #2, it's out of focus, yes, but what ruined it for me was the angle that the light is coming from. It's obviously outside in direct sunlight and that causes the hard, harsh shadows the flower pedals are casting onto itself.

    I like the concept of #3, but there's no definitive subject. A prism can be a very interesting thing, though. Try a laser through it if you're wanting to photograph light effects.
     

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