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Jan 31, 2013 01:05 |  #6496

Kedleson wrote in post #15554954 (external link)
6/10- wish her face was off centered and I don't like her torso cut off either. Interesting lighting.

I think we rated the same photo. :lol::lol:


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Jan 31, 2013 04:00 |  #6497

I think I just have to critique the two of you.

Kedleson wrote in post #15554954 (external link)
6/10- wish her face was off centered and I don't like her torso cut off either. Interesting lighting.

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I like the colors and pretty cool bird, too. 8.5/10

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I also like this picture. Is that a picture frame on the right side of him? If it is, I think it would be better if you brighten that up. Maybe will add more into your photo. 9/10

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Feb 01, 2013 07:15 as a reply to  @ JuvarAbrera's post |  #6498

I really like the dynamic pose and the way he stands out well from the background, it's not too busy. The photo seems a slightly grainy on my monitor though? 7/10

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Feb 01, 2013 07:19 |  #6499

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I really like the dynamic pose and the way he stands out well from the background, it's not too busy. The photo seems a slightly grainy on my monitor though? 7/10
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Nice capture 8/10

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Feb 01, 2013 12:35 |  #6500

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8 out of 10. I love this type of photo, this is a very cool scene and the colors are great. The only think I don't like is the streaking of what looks like a ship passing off to the right, keeps pulling my eye over there and making me try to figure out exactly what it is.


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Feb 03, 2013 12:48 as a reply to  @ bast525's post |  #6501

This photo probably has a ton of emotional significance; don't let criticism take away from that, and don't stop shooting. Also, I'm not a baby person, so you might get a different rating from someone else.
5/10
The face (including eyes) are in focus which is what's critical. It looks over-sharpened though and the face is under exposed while the background is acceptably exposed which draws attention away from the face. There's also a lot going on in the background which is distracting. A shallower Depth Of Field (lower number aperture) would help, but putting the sink (which has less going on) as the background would be better. If you could get on the other side of the nurse, it looks like there's better lighting from over there. Using the nurse to frame is a good idea, but you might try to get a bit more of her face.

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Feb 03, 2013 14:33 |  #6502

I like it, you've captured an atmosphere - 8/10

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Feb 03, 2013 14:51 |  #6503

I'm generall not a bug fan of that HDR look, but it works well. 8/10.

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Feb 03, 2013 23:28 |  #6504

6/10
There's too much space on the left, and the area in sharp focus (esp the pinecone) there is distracting. The saturation seems overdone, or at least it's distracting too. The way he's sitting on the graffiti kind of looks like he had an accident... That graffiti wouldn't be doing anything good even if it was elsewhere; something with more than a crude tag might.

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Feb 04, 2013 01:37 |  #6505

This photo probably has a ton of architectural significance; don't let criticism take away from that, and don't stop shooting. Also, I'm not a church person, so you might get a different rating from someone else.

Fake bokeh is fake. Color clash of white lights (That are now green for some reason) in the bottom left and bottom right corners of the photo with the orange lights in the foreground is very distracting. Random red bokeh in the sky is distracting, unless you're photographing a UFO sighting. Might work better in B/W or maybe not at all.

But apart from that it's a good photo. 4/10.

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Feb 04, 2013 03:07 |  #6506

kaptnkain wrote in post #15569867 (external link)
This photo probably has a ton of architectural significance; don't let criticism take away from that, and don't stop shooting. Also, I'm not a church person, so you might get a different rating from someone else.

Fake bokeh is fake. Color clash of white lights (That are now green for some reason) in the bottom left and bottom right corners of the photo with the orange lights in the foreground is very distracting. Random red bokeh in the sky is distracting, unless you're photographing a UFO sighting. Might work better in B/W or maybe not at all.

But apart from that it's a good photo. 4/10.

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I really like your photos. This one and the other boy with a great depth of field.

As for this photo, I like how you apply the tall building into the rule of thirds. And I also like the mountain going down to the lower right side of the frame. Lastly, wonderful colors! Great job. 9/10

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Feb 04, 2013 06:52 |  #6507

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I really like your photos. This one and the other boy with a great depth of field.

As for this photo, I like how you apply the tall building into the rule of thirds. And I also like the mountain going down to the lower right side of the frame. Lastly, wonderful colors! Great job. 9/10

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6.5/10 Nice shot, I would prefer him to be a little more right, but the picture looks sharp and good.

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Feb 04, 2013 09:15 |  #6508

7/10
I, personally, dont like this kind of images, but it is just me. so maybe other guy can critque..
the left image has more vintage look, i like it better than the right one.

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Feb 04, 2013 09:33 |  #6509

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I, personally, dont like this kind of images, but it is just me. so maybe other guy can critque..
the left image has more vintage look, i like it better than the right one.

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Feb 04, 2013 12:57 |  #6510

5/10

Sun capture is great... but the overall color is kind of a turnoff. Horizon line right in the center is uninteresting & hurts the composition.

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