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1st of March 2002 (Fri), 16:10
Hello, I'm pretty new to photography so I was wondering if some of you folks will be kind enough to provide me with some constructive criticism.
1st of March 2002 (Fri), 20:41
These are all nice shots. I preferred those in New England over NY (I did not have time to look at Boston),
You picked a colorful evening and the feel of the cool autumn season comes thru in the sun angle and yellow leaves.
Even so, I liked the lone tree by the brook best, but, just by a smidge. That choice reflects the variety of greens that give it monochromatic life. I would have liked to see what it looks liked filpped horizontally. Then the tree would move the eye from left to right and onto the brook.
4th of March 2002 (Mon), 19:26
I agree with HOWIE on the one he picked to critique. Thank you, HOWIE, for keeping this post alive.
However, elwino, if you will look at the previous posts to this forum you will see that the most, and very best, critiques come from a single image post. Just a suggestion.:D
6th of March 2002 (Wed), 17:18
Thanks for the suggestions.
How about this. This is one of my favorite shot of Boston. It doesn't look anything like this right now of course, being late winter and all.
13th of March 2002 (Wed), 19:26
For me, the exposure and time of day on the city is perfect. It makes me want to walk out in front of the tree to witness the whole panorama of shore and sky. But I can't do that; I'm stuck behind this tree!
The most effective landscapes and cityscapes, in my opinion, need to be much bigger than the viewer, not smaller. I want to feel that if only I could pan around, I would see even more.
Did you take any shots of this in front of the tree? I would love to see them.
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