Spring in Palmdale

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  1. dragon12

    dragon12 TPF Noob!

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    Today was a nice day. Here some pic of today. Don’t hurt me too badly with critic =)
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    How can you criticize someone who takes pics of their dog?;) Nice colors.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Your flower photos seem to be too cool in colour temperature, they're all leaning towards blue in colour, you might want to change that. And they are ALL composed centrally, which is soon quite boring to look at (this needs to be said, and I hope you're not too hurt!). Actually, ALL photos presented here are completely central in their composition, your dog's face and eye is also smack in the middle of your frame. This is too balanced, and too balanced a composition is a boring composition for the viewer. This is nothing that I say, it's been established by many before me more than thousand years ago.

    Become more creative when you take photos of your flowers, don't point the focus point (which I assume is right in the middle) at them and shoot already. Measure carefully, and then quickly recompose from there to move the flower out of the centre.

    When you do so, do watch your backgrounds! Make sure there are no distracting elements there, such as an all blown sky (behind your dog), as that distracts very much from your subject.

    What do you work with?
     
  4. dragon12

    dragon12 TPF Noob!

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    none taken that. I actually looking for these type of critic.
    I am shooting with a sony a330 with the kit lens.
    someone actually told me before that my picture were not center enough.
    Is there a balance i need to look for?
     

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