Teeny Bears - Feedback

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Azriel, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. Azriel

    Azriel TPF Noob!

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    Any honest feedback would be helpful.

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    I don't know much about this type of photography, apart from that it's all in the lighting. It's made difficult by the whiteness of the bear. I'd say you haven't done a bad job on the first one, but I don't like the composition for the last two.
     
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    Should I have changed the shutter speed? What would offset the whiteness?
     
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    I'm very new at this so keep that in mind. But the white balance of your camera will change the temperature, or how warm or cool it feels. That will offset your whites and make them more orange or blue. That's the extent of WB that I really know.

    As far as your photos I see a lot of potential in the 2nd one. For me if the bear was a lot closer with the focus on it's eyes/head I think it'd give it a pretty personal feeling.

    The 3rd is my least favorite but can't really put my finger on why. Sorry. :/

    I'm not really familiar with this type of photography either.. or really any kind hah. But those are my thoughts anyhow. : )
     

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