not positive, but if you are shooting in manual mode then you may be using too wide of an aperture. Could be giving you the blurry or overexposure...
Very good, the last one is a little soft though.
#2 is really interesting. 1,3 and 5 look a tad underexposed. and #4 is really over saturated.
#1 and 2 are good, although #1 might be off a tad on your white balance. #3 is badly overexposed. #4 the lighting is uneven but good. The last one...
#4 and 5 the subjects seem to get a little lost on the trees. No really sure what you could have done to correct that. The majority of them look a...
it works well as is, only thing i may add is to have the shells towards the upper left hand corner giving your "subject" a little space
#2 is really nice. I would have like to seen the rule of thirds followed slightly and not centered
This could benefit from some Post processing. You could boost saturation a tad and maybe do some adjustments on the highlights if you have photoshop.
#3 is pretty sweet. The lighting is a little uneven in #1
IMO, the HDR does not work well with this photo. The original is GREAT, perhaps a bit soft and underexposed.
Welcome, glad you are getting some use out of your camera. #1 it appears a tad overexposed. #2 is pretty soft(Out of focus) #3 and 4 look a tad...
These are good, I would have to agree they look a little soft. When the sun shines through the branches excessively such as in #1 it can confuse...
The selective coloring in #2 looks a little odd, other than that i really like these.
Both of these look like the PP'ing was pretty heavy
Looks a bit heavy on the saturation levels as well
Great image :thumbup:
White balance looks a tad bit off in #1 and distracting BG as stated above. #2 might have been nicer if the subject was smiling
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The white balance looks off in #3
#4 looks the best IMO
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