Took these in Thailand recently. Are any of them any good?
>Are any of them any good?
I really don't understand this question. How are we supposed to tell? Do you like them? Then they're probably good. Don't ask us if we think your pictures are good, rather try to judge them yourself. Don't try to get appreciation for you pictures from some randoms or a Guyanese Ocelot Hunting site, but rather try to define yourself if those pictures are good or not
This is good, it would be better if you could see the other 2 monkey's faces, but hey, they're animals, you can't tell them how to pose.
I like this alot. The only thing that bothers me is that the monkey's feet are partially cut out, maybe a tighter crop might help. >>2748846
This is good, but
This cropped one is better. My favorite in the set.
The rebar and small monkey are a bit distracting, but other than that I like it.
Have you done any post processing on these?
>I like this alot. The only thing that bothers me is that the monkey's feet are partially cut out, maybe a tighter crop might help.
Yea, I didn't notice the foot being cut off until I was going through these later. My favorite part about this shot is he's looking at the heavens so contemplatively while grabbing his crotch, then after this shot was taken spent a good 5 minutes playing with himself.
>This is good, but
>This cropped one is better. My favorite in the set.
That's interesting. I actually like the wider crop of the first one, but prefer the expression in the second one, where she's not looking straight into the camera.
>Have you done any post processing on these?
I applied a VSCO preset, then undid a bunch of the fade, grain, contrast/clarity, etc. changes (just wanted the colors).