>>2750398 I don't like the first one because the subject isn't very interesting, the second one is better but I would have preferred it without the lady and her dog, it takes away from the subtle glow of the sky
>>2751640 I'm not totally sure why that happened to be honest, but i'll keep on eye on that for next time. Thanks for the input. >>2751640 I'm not the guy who took the first picture, but thanks for the constuctive criticism. Especially in regards to the second one.
In regards to post-processing - how do you get a feel for what you should be doing to the image? For instance do you try to emulate the look great photographers have accomplished or is it more trial and error?
>>2750398 Sorta boring, I can see what you were going for, but it's a bit of a lifeless shot, Image is fucking large.
>>2751602 Try taking a shot that hasn't been taken, oh woah a dog being walked and misty backdrop. Really isn't entertaining or special, in combination of the bad quality, its lackluster. I'd hit x LARGE PHOTO>?
>>2751636 Sideways, the shutter speed was too slow but not long enough where it looks on purpose,. probably the best so far, but yet again,
>>2752131 >crooked >bw adds nothing to the picture >flat >nothing happens >nothing to look at >no emotion This is snapchat trier. I'm pretty sure I took that picture this morning when washing my dishes. I had to reply to a snap, pointed my phone in a random direction in the kitchen and awkwardly took a picture of anything whilst not trying to get my screen too wet.
Seriously though, what was your intention when taking the picture? Do you have anything to say or is it just "pretty" in your eyes?
>>2752175 Read one of the many books on photographic composition, and get out and shoot at least 100 shots a week. The week after you shoot the photos, look through the photos, pick the best 10, try to understand why they are the best, repeat for a year.
He does quite a lot... check his flickr, I love what you do. This is naive picture, or at least it looks naive. by that I mean that you seem to simply take pictures of stuff around you, without trying too much, casually. thus, framing are very approximate (or again are intended to look approximate, because I dont know how well you know what you are doing), subjects are random, and its overall full of "mistakes" (out of focus subjetcs, overexposed here and underexposed there). but it makes it very fresh and full of life, and the universe is coherent, making it great as a series. pictures are weak taken individually (which is normal for that type of pictures), but as a book it would work well. special points for the jumping lizard, cat behing white roses, inside view of a garden through three windows with the big plant in the middle, and extra extra point for the fishes. You've got an eye, the question is how it's gonna evolve, because you don't make "casual-fresh" pictures at 45, it doesnt sell. But life is gonna happen anyway. again you got an eye so you'll be fine (and better than me...shit, oh well ;)
>>2754397 It isn't horrible. it feels minimalist but it fails to achieve a goal. What am I to look at? What is in focus? what do my eyes draw to? For me the chimney pipe struggles to be the focus of the picture. I look more in the emptiness. of the distant background. Learning the rule of thirds can help focus the attention.
While I write this I've got the picture in the back and it's cropped about a third of the picture from the top out. it makes it a wider frame but my eye stops looking at the white washed background and begins to move about the picture. Framing a photograph isn't easy. when you get your prints developed play with the cropping. it's a simple tool that can teach you that maybe it isn't bad but you need work.
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