Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by phoenix83, May 13, 2008.
Let me know what you think
Just my personal point of view. (still a newb)
I think I will position the red bridge off the center for the 1st photo such as a little toward the left side and a little bit toward the bottom.
I like the turtle in the 1st photo. It seems like he want to say something.
6+7 are my favourite..
the others could do with a bit of PP, bit more colour, they look a bit bland
2 and 7 are my favorites
on 2 I like how my eyes goes directly to the bridge, well centered image.
on 7 I like details on petals and the color..
Just a newbie opinion...
#1 I think too much going on that the bridge got lost in all that green around it. but you got it for #2... Cool.
The last image in my opinion is too close...
Your thread was moved to the correct place, i.e. our galleries, which are for photo presentation, and they're there for all members, newcomers to the forum, newcomers to the hobby, old-timers, pros, semi-pros and so on and on. The Beginners' Place is a Q&A-forum, ok?
The nicest photo her (to my mind) is the one that also is greenest!
Here are some more shots ass well
Don't put too many photos into one and the same thread, people will stop commenting, more so when the pics take a while to load. Few have time enough to wait for a thread with 15 photos to load!
I like #6 (of the caterpillar).
I think you are in Japan, and i am Jealous.
I think that most of those shots, other than the caterpillar, could use a little bit of sharpening.
I find those quite noisy actually how high was the ISO.
The caterpillar shot is great!
The rest, so-so, you just need practice, practice, practice - and read books on photography!
Well actually I was in AL lol at a japenese garden and the iso was set on 1600 I forgot to lower it before I started shooting I will admit i am a newb so I still make small mistakes when shooting
That caterpillar one is my fav, haha it's so cute on there!
I got myself an XTI last year before Christmas, I gotta say, it takes some getting used to the camera when it's your first SLR (not sure if it's your first?). You forget little things like the iso, like you had mentioned there, but you'll get used to it with practice
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