photography critique – Canada photos

Photography critique – Sandeep – Canada Sandeep. thank you for submitting your photos. see comments below. They are just opinions of a peer photographer, nothing else     I can […]

Photography critique – Sandeep – Canada

Sandeep. thank you for submitting your photos. see comments below. They are just opinions of a peer photographer, nothing else

 

 

I can understand the desire to create a colour impact, but I think this is too much blue, too saturated. Also image very dark, not pleasant. either you do a complete contrast to see the city scape in shade , or you show more detail. A bit confusing.

The horizon lin eis good to be on third below, but the sky is out of balance with black on the side, which is not usual and that is why the visual impact is not the best

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Image overexposed, just a party pic.Question: do you believe this image stands out in any way than an average photo?

not much you can do about it though

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Image OK, no issues with black and white. The vignette is attempting to draw the eyes to the subject. I would avoid the background as contrast of style form the artistic sculpture with the blocks at the back.

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Is this a symmetrical image? clouds are interfering with the symmetry. As you wish to outline the height of the tower, I would be inclined to turn this to portrait format, rather than landscape. this is about height!

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Image OK, but I personally do not like the shadows. I would take this picture in diffuse light as the nice sone texture is lost

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I can see you like saturated images…I would move the bird to the left a bit

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horizon is not horizontal…not a balanced image. also complete blacks around are not helping.

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I can see the background replaced. It is an OK portrait.

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Photo of a sign ?!? what are you trying to say with this image? corners are trimmed, no complete textured background?

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No comments, image is OK. Question for you? what makes this image different than others?

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I would place the boat to the right following the rule of thirds. Also size of the subject is confusing, make the boat smaller, or bigger. this is in between intentions.

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Frontal flash – to be avoided in my personal opinion. If you want to do a nice portrait a bit of effort to clean the background would help

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over saturated, no composition, people average dressed, frontal flash….what do you think?

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composition not clear – either symmetry which in this case is not appropriate, I would move the tower to the right

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I can see you…not sure what to comment on this…interesting reflection

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Sandeep

I can see you are trying, and I would suggest to follow the composition tutorials. Also a bit more effort to take the shot will help. Just pointing the camera and press the button, will be better if you have in mind what do you want to say with your picture.

I hope this is not too harsh, and I appreciate taking the trust in my feedback.

 

Christian

 

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