fisheye images photo critique

Indian Ceremony Fisheye photo critique photos by Umesh Umesh thank you for your submission. I can see  few interesting quality in these photos. I appreciate giving the fisheye lens a […]

Indian Ceremony

Fisheye photo critique

photos by Umesh

Umesh

thank you for your submission. I can see  few interesting quality in these photos. I appreciate giving the fisheye lens a work out and you are trying to get some new perspectives which is interesting, but I do not feel you had the best use of it. The entire idea is the give a sense of the space and have the viewer a distorted image of a small space look big. You have used it to focus on few strings, which is interesting also, but I am not sure what you want to tell with that. The effect is nice , it just looks a bit random as it just happened that you had the fisheye lens on. Please let me know what was your intent.

I like the general tones, it shows a traditional ceremony. The vertical image with the 2 vertical elements is not the best image from the batch – the use of the fisheye is not the best choice here,

Umesh, I believe you have got skills,  and I would ask you to tell what you want to say with the images, the compositional intent, where how and why you did what you did, as perhaps I can get a bit of background information about your work.

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