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tdeef
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Aug 09, 2013 09:42 |  #7786

6/10. I like the concept but there is little for me to focus on. I feel like there should be more symetry or something.

Here's a bridge shot of mine.

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Aug 09, 2013 10:57 |  #7787

6/10. I don't see anything in this picture but some cars and a bridge. I like how you tried to approach the image but maybe from another angle? I also didn't like the fact that I can barely see any textures anymore in the photo.

I don't even know what to say about this shot.. Just give me some insight, I was trying to do something different with relative slow SS and zooming at the same time.

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Aug 09, 2013 11:05 |  #7788

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Very nice.
Love the picture composition, everything looks just fine.
8 out of 10

Do you mind telling me if u were using just 1 camera or 2 cameras ...
I am doing a wedding myself this weekend for the first time so I was wondering if renting a 2nd body is really necessary.

Thank you! I had my EOS M in my bag as an emergency backup, but never had to use it. For the ceremony I used my 70-210mm pretty much the whole time, then I used my dad's 24-70L (mk1) for most of the reception along with my YN-560iii. For the shot I posted I used a Nikkor 105mm 2.5 and a bit of fill flash (my exif never seems to show this for some reason), I also used my Yashica ML 50/1.4 and my EF 35/2 a good bit.


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Aug 09, 2013 13:49 as a reply to  @ EverydayGetaway's post |  #7789

It seems that you were trying to show a lot of action in this shot - However, the whole photo is just too out of focus. I'm not sure what you would do to make it better other than just keep experimenting to find a combination that works for you. 3/10.

This was taken at an airshow a couple of years back...


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Aug 09, 2013 20:00 |  #7790

Nothing technically incorrect here I suppose. Compositionally, I'm confused as to what you wanted to be the theme of the image....sky, or aircraft...5/10


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Aug 09, 2013 21:37 |  #7791

Woodlink wrote in post #16195270 (external link)
Nothing technically incorrect here I suppose. Compositionally, I'm confused as to what you wanted to be the theme of the image....sky, or aircraft...5/10


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I like the feel in this shot a lot. Not sure what to say, I just like it...it's different. :) I don't like how dark the side of the face is though. It's missing important detail. 7/10


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Aug 09, 2013 21:41 |  #7792

Insecto wrote in post #16195454 (external link)
I like the feel in this shot a lot. Not sure what to say, I just like it...it's different. :) I don't like how dark the side of the face is though. It's missing important detail. 7/10


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Love it - excellent. I'd love to get a shot like that.... Really well processed too.

9/10

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Aug 10, 2013 00:35 |  #7793

WilsonWu wrote in post #16194097 (external link)
6/10. I don't see anything in this picture but some cars and a bridge. I like how you tried to approach the image but maybe from another angle? I also didn't like the fact that I can barely see any textures anymore in the photo.

I don't even know what to say about this shot.. Just give me some insight, I was trying to do something different with relative slow SS and zooming at the same time.

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Just wanted to add that I like this a lot. I've experimented with that technique before too and I think you can get some interesting results with it ;)


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Aug 10, 2013 16:48 |  #7794

jack880 wrote in post #16195462 (external link)
Love it - excellent. I'd love to get a shot like that.... Really well processed too.

9/10

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what else can i say but WOW. that is an amazing photo. the only thing id like to see a little different is a slightly tighter crop to take out the super dark right side. other than that is perfect. 9.5/10

1st birthday party for my bosses daughter

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Aug 10, 2013 18:13 |  #7795

cschultz wrote in post #16197031 (external link)
what else can i say but WOW. that is an amazing photo. the only thing id like to see a little different is a slightly tighter crop to take out the super dark right side. other than that is perfect. 9.5/10

1st birthday party for my bosses daughter

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Nice picture in the context of an event. A little bit to cold, higher WB would be good IMO.
As an event picture 8/10

High key picture of my sister, sucks that its a little bit soft but whatever.

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Aug 11, 2013 00:12 |  #7796

Van Gogh wrote in post #16197176 (external link)
Nice picture in the context of an event. A little bit to cold, higher WB would be good IMO.
As an event picture 8/10

High key picture of my sister, sucks that its a little bit soft but whatever.
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Great shot. I like the style here. Only nit pick (other than being a tad soft, but you mentioned that already) --- I'd clone out the ear pierce hole. 8/10

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Aug 11, 2013 12:13 |  #7797

Nice DOF, very nice image. 9/10.

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I don't even own a Canon...

  
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Aug 11, 2013 15:34 as a reply to  @ tdeef's post |  #7798

Really nice picture, great mix of colour especially the chap in the orange poncho. Just a shame the lampposts obstruct the left hand side some what, although that's not down to you! 9/10


Was in Spain with my local youth Brass Band. Was heart warming to see the Spanish children enjoying the music so much.

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Aug 11, 2013 21:26 |  #7799

Although I love the candidness of the shot, the slanted horizon is really distracting.

I also think a slightly tighter crop would have been better.

Overall 6/10

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Aug 12, 2013 00:55 |  #7800

The background is really too blown out. Also I would have liked to seen a bit more of his face... Moving 5 feet right maybe? 6/10

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