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Mar 25, 2014 09:17 |  #16

USA!USA! wrote in post #16783990 (external link)
I have dealt with Wood before so i know its hard line criticism lol

Indeed, and why do you think I don't post pictures myself and keep Private Messaging disabled ;)


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Mar 25, 2014 09:24 |  #17

Other than the last one, there doesnt appear to be a whole lot of thought put into the images. If you want to go to the park and fire away thats a valid activity. But if you post them here for critique expect us to hold you to a higher standard. As mentioned above, find a subject and make it yours. The first two landscapes are just shots full of trees and a field. Find a particular tree, make it stand out, or make it visually prominent in an interesting way. If people are ruining your landscape shot, either dont take it, or dont post it.




  
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Mar 25, 2014 12:48 |  #18

This is not directly related your shots, but may be a way to help you. I actually learned a lot by seeing what other people think of others photos. I actually still spend a good deal of time on youtube just looking at photo critiques that others are doing on other peoples photos. I learn a lot by seeing what other people are doing differently than what I would do. Notice I did not say what they did wrong. Your images are uniquely yours. You may love or hate them at your own personal discretion. But by seeing what other people were using a criteria for their critiques, I started looking at my own photos with the same view point and started seeing the flaws I had in my own photos. It is just part of my education. I also now like to do just as others are doing here on your photos, looking at them with a critical eye and trying to point out things that would make a photo better. Again, not what is wrong. But stuff that can be done differently to improve upon a photo. I am still a newb, but I enjoy the art of photography and by helping others, I hope to help myself see things better as well.
Practice and keep posting for suggestions on how to do better on the next one.


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