Nikon d3200 - Amateur photos :S

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  1. Arx

    Arx TPF Noob!

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    I tried to pick out best of the best.
    Been doing photography almost 2 and half month.
    Looking for feedback/suggestions/criticism.
    + I don't have a tripod yet which is quite annoying.
    Full gallery at : home
    //Photos are now in spoiler for an easier scrolling.There will not be so many photos next time ^.^
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  2. tirediron

    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    You've got a wide range of subjects, and great enthusiasm, but sometimes there can be too much of a good thing. In this case a few too many images. You'll receive much more useful & constructive C&C by posting fewer images; four is generally about the maximum, per post for best response.
     
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    The red rose and the dog are good examples of how NOT to frame such subject matter: the rose is way too low in the frame, and the edges of the composition do virtually nothing to advance the compositional idea, or the subject itself. The dog? Body and legs both cropped off awkwardly, loads of dead space. Same with the spider web on the bark...a horizontal framing for absolutely no rational reason whatsoever, except that the camera is easier to hold that way, and a teeny-tiny 1.5 inch tall "subject" surrounded by a huge mass of nothing-ness. Same with the duck...feet cut off...that makes no sense. YES...your new camera creates shallow depth of field when shot in close-up scenarios...you need much,much more than that.

    This post was one of the absolute slowest-loading posts I have ever seen on TPF, with a massive overload of images. It is STILL not done loading the last 4 shots, and I am on cable internet. I'm not in favor of this type of posting being done here.
     
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    Designer Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    You get a "like". You should post smaller file sizes and fewer images per thread.
     
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  5. Arx

    Arx TPF Noob!

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    I'm really new to this forum.I am used to being in digital art forum which had Photography section and I always posted lots of photos.As I can see things are quite different here. I'm sorry :)
    Thank you!

    Wooow, that's harsh but that's why I'm here :)
    Well, next time I've got to focus what's on my canvas and how much is on canvas.
    But the spider web/Tree is different and I personally like it.At first I was like - No, that's not what I want but after I fell into it and atm I do like it for no reason.
    I'll try to keep your suggestions in mind when on a shoot. :)
    Thank you!
    Consider it done!I won't upload so many photos and I'll make them smaller b4 posting :)
    Thank you!
     
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    Designer Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    You think that was harsh?

    What digital art forum are you on? Does anybody offer critique there?
     
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    jcdeboever TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Less photos as mentioned. Number them for easier reference. I haven't read anything harsh but more as "constructive". Remember, other's can benefit from it as well. I pay close attention to the ones with camera setting info as well. Derrel is off the charts and donates detailed advice that is very valuable for an expedited learning experience. Welcome.

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  8. Arx

    Arx TPF Noob!

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    I guess I can't advertise that forum, but the creator/leader is BakaArts.As I said it's digital art forum (manipulations,signatures,logos and so on - It's not directly dedicated to photographers), Sadly it's become a quite inactive forum.They have criticised but not enough I guess or I just haven't improved ^.^
     
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    I guess "harsh" is not the right word.I'm not a native english speaker.I probably thought it a bit differently.But as I've said b4, Constructive/harsh feedback is what I need :)
    Less photos, number photos - Got it.
     

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