weve had some decent snow days this season
shots from various parks around the city
feel free to share critique/opinion
pretty decent, wish you'd gotten a tad bit lower and more importantly didn't cut off the sides. Kind of ruins what could've been an otherwise decent picture
I understand what you were going for, but again, get lower
a wonky horizon should usually have a reason and I don't really see why you would use it here
the colors in these pictures look strongly oversaturated. Did you do anything with those in post?
probably my fav from the bunch. The rock at the bottom left is ruining the symmetry though. Also would've considered leaving out more of the trees on the left to just frame the bridge.
potentially very good picture unfortunately ruined by the tree on the left blocking the street lights
>more importantly didn't cut off the sides
that's as far back as i could get and as wide as the lens goes. it's a building at the top of a hill, there is a railing and a sheer drop. i was literally leaning backwards over the rail to get even that wide. i have considered getting wider lens, this is just the kit lens
ok i will try that
that particular park is all hills. hard to do, but i will return to location next time n try.
yes, with the exception of wonky horizon, these are all shot in very low light, near sunset. have to play around a lot to get colours to come back, and i'm not great at that
>rock, tree block
i try my best, i guess. a lot of these are shot standing on top of other rocks, or leaning off a ledge, or on some kind of other odd feature. can't really select my vantage point, i just work with what i have.
more than not being able to control things like horizon, what really gets me in a lot of these settings are thing like rubbish bins, benches, light poles etc. a lot of these buildings are centuries old, and i'm trying to line up a shot, and its like, red pillar, green roof, red pillar BRIGHT ORANGE BIN or some tacky sign that says 厕所 TOILET