New to this. Looking to improve.

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  1. subliminal.disarray

    subliminal.disarray TPF Noob!

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    So I am new to photography. I have been playing around with some stuff and looking for critiques as to what I should look for, to improve.

    Here are some examples from my first shoot. Please excuse the model, she's shy.

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    So how does this work? Do I tell you all the feel I was going for? Or do I let you guess to see if I got it right?
     
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    subliminal.disarray TPF Noob!

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    Obviously, I have neglected to edit any of these photos. As these are all part of my learning curve on the photographhy side of things, I have skipped the post production phase, as I am fairly confident in my digi editing.
     
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    The first is cute, well lighted and composed but I would crop out the thing in the top which to my eye adds nothing, plus a little on the right to balance things and center interest on the subject. The next two are too underexposed to see anything, realy. The second to last is very cute, I like the idea but it might be improved if more of the stuffed toy were showing to give it more life, feeling. The last one is mostly lost in underexposure, but looks to be a very nice, balanced composition and cute subject.
    Hope this is helpful...JSD
     

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