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|10-12-2011, 03:37 AM||#381 (permalink)|
I wish the DoF on this one was expanded a bit more... but it was a new camera and I didn't have a light meter and was shooting a new(to me) film so I used the program setting and this is what came out...
|10-14-2011, 04:54 PM||#382 (permalink)|
ton up boy
Join Date: Mar 2007
not really fan of the composition.
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|10-15-2011, 05:30 PM||#383 (permalink)|
I would like to see the same shot from a lower perspective, the young birch tree gets cut off from the top breaking the now pictured bliss of quiet fall forest. You do like that ROCK music don't you?
|10-15-2011, 11:36 PM||#384 (permalink)|
(hoping this doesn't offend anyonee, being slightly religious... I mean no offense by it)
|10-16-2011, 03:01 PM||#385 (permalink)|
Yield and Overcome...
I don't believe in numbers. Art is subjective. Here's what I'd say for this image...
I like: the color palette and the sharpening. I see a lot of people struggling to achieve visual impact with images this small. Nice.
What I'm not crazy about: The composition. I looked at this for a while and tried to understand what YOU wanted ME to see here. There is the cross...and...a black line in the bottom left. Is there an association you want me to draw between these two? Not sure! So I was a little confused by that.
Here's a picture I took at the local junk shop. Was going for a "macabre" theme.
|10-19-2011, 12:43 AM||#386 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Allen, TX
this is a really cool shot.
it almost feels like an album cover of a metal band or something... the decay and rust on an angels face.
ill give it an 8/10
i think it would have benefited from some different lighting and maybe some more pp.
something like this maybe? just adjusted the curves, sharpened it a tad and played with some toning. took make 7 minutes:
some mild hdr work of a friends 458.
hes got like 30k in WHEELS on this machine!
Dallas NotoRious #77
Last edited by 77monteballer; 10-19-2011 at 12:50 AM.
|10-19-2011, 05:43 PM||#387 (permalink)|
Not a Furry
I like the Ferrari but the tree growing out the top is distracting. Inspired car shots are hard, it always seems like it has been done before.
Nikon D40 Sigma 18-200mm@200mm iso800 1/60 w/flash
|10-20-2011, 03:45 PM||#388 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Lansing, MI USA
7/10 I wish I could see more of one of the subjects face. It could just be my monitor but the black shirt kind of blends in. Cute kids though and looks like the families will love this Photo.
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|10-20-2011, 08:22 PM||#390 (permalink)|
Yield and Overcome...
I like! I don't give numbers...but here are my thoughts on this shot:
I don't know much about tractors, but I found myself very curious to know what is he doing? Seems to me like the "business end" of that thing it's towing is pointed away from the camera...would there have been another angle that could have shown me better what that tractor is up to?
Also, it looks like you've cropped this a bit. Note that the foreground has two different color bands--with the nearest a bit out of focus. Given there's some open space on the right, I might be curious to see the image with the "near foreground" cropped upward and the right side brought in. That would also increase the relative scale of the subject in the frame. Tractors are BIG, right?
Anyway, keep going. I look forward to seeing more of your pics. Here's one I snapped on a business trip: