Touge C&C

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by tougeS2k, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. tougeS2k

    tougeS2k TPF Noob!

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    Hello everyone



















     
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  2. Bitter Jeweler

    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    You should post your pictures even smaller. That way they can all be viewed at once. :p
     
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    dtzitko TPF Noob!

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    Your pictures are small.
     
  4. tougeS2k

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    Okay I made them a little bigger.
     
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    Technically there is nothing majorly wrong with them. As a picture though they leave a lot up to the viewer to wonder what is going on. The first does the best in portraying a story: nice pool and house on an even nicer beach with beautiful water in behind. The others just seem to be something you saw and thought you would take a picture. It would have been neat if you could have shown why there was no swimming (trash, boats, animals), what does that sign mean, where is it at, why did you take a picture of it? And why did you take a picture of a barge? Did you think the light made it look appealing, the water it was in, the foreground, background? They're also too centered. Remembering your rule of thirds may have helped paint the rest of the picture and made them more visually stimulating.

    A good start though. Keep shooting and the D90 is awesome by the way!!
     
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    Thanks for the help I will keep what you said in mind.
     
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    fokker No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    They are all majorly oversaturated, especially evident in #1. If they don't look overdone on your monitor then you might want to calibrate it.
     

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