I agree, the spring will be nice with those couple adjustments. The others aren't overly interesting.
It also looks like, from the first image, you either have some sensor dust or some dust spots on your lens.
The posing it fine, They could have been a little closer together but that's not a big deal.
What were you using for lighting? The open windows are too bright and blown out because you were trying to expose the group properly.
Also, the white balance seems to be too warm or yellow so the skin...
So I've come to the end of my year long, 52 week project.
When I set out to do this project, I never had a theme in mind really and that's pretty evident going through the set. There's a pretty big mixed bag of styles and types of photography.
It was a good learning experience and there are...
This is Stacey.
I met him at the Orange Toad in Flin Flon, MB while having a coffee on one of my last days of vacation.
After meeting and talking for a few minutes, Stacey wanted to show me his new glasses so I asked if I could take his picture. He turns 42 next month.
Stacey - 52/52 by FourB...
Just about done this project, one more photo to go.
I don't think I will be doing another weekly project for 2015 but I'm going to find another personal project to work on to keep going on my photographic journey.
Happy New Year everyone!
This week I braved the minus 27 Celsius temperature with a windchill of minus 42 to get my shot. The skies finally cleared up here in Northern Sask and I couldn't resist the last few moments of daylight.
Amisk Lake - 51/52 by FourB Photography, on Flickr
I think it is a nice location, and one you should shoot from numerous angles and compositions.
I find the foreground to be uninteresting in this shot and having the subject dead centre of the frame isn't working for me. You could probably place it on the lower third line and include more of...
I hope everyone is enjoying their Holiday Season.
I'm in Northern Manitoba this week and next, on the Saskatchewan border, and was hoping to shoot the night sky but the clouds haven't lifted since our arrival.
At least the in-laws have a photogenic pup to keep me busy.
Trapper - 50/52 by...
Music while you wait by FourB Photography, on Flickr
I took this years ago at the Original Starbucks location. It never seemed to get much positive feedback.
I like it because there is so much going on: the old sign, the man playing and begging and being ignored, people lined up...
I agree. If you are using it a general purpose lens, I would start with the 24-105mm. It seems like you will be shooting a wide variety of things and limiting yourself to one focal length will most likely be frustrating.
Plus, you can always add a prime lens as the second lens in your kit...