Outdoor in the Desert

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  1. Derek Zoolander

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    This was taken at my sisters house. She has a great view out into the desert. Let me know what you think please!


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    are these still "snap-shotty"? if so, how do i get away from that?
     
  2. dan.rpo

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    some are a bit too "snap shotty" as you put it. i LOVE #7 though!
     
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    Thanks! Which ones are snap shotty? Like I said, Im trying to get away from that...is it composition? background? pose?
     
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    I like 4 and 7. I find the backgrounds a little distracting in some of these. It sort of looks like you were visiting an area that you wanted to take a picture with someone you know posing in it (like in #2). #1 she is really bright and doesn't look natural at all, and #3 the hill going in/out of her head bugs me.

    I'm still learning too, so take it with a grain of salt.
     
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    You have great color in the shots, great exposure in my eyes.
     

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