Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by MawcDrums, Aug 1, 2006.
a few may be from 2005.. but most of these shots are pretty recent.. a critique would be appreciated
I really like the water shot, and on the blades of grass.
These are all from a sony p&s if i remember correctly?
several from a Sony PSC-71
most from a Sony DSC-H1
IMHO an example of why you dont need a DSLR to take decent pictures
no i have all of those functions on my H1... its actually exactly like a dslr.. 12x optical.. only difference is i cant change the lens
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which is the whole point. good pics tho
some are good, others should have been excluded, like the shot of the cameras, its not only not intresting, but the exposure and color balance are off
keep shooting nature
oh that wasnt meant to be put in there... my b
that was a point and shoot to show some of my equipment in the photography thread in OT..
I <3 color... what can i say?
most of those the saturation isnt messed with anyways.. if anything its like slight color balance and contrast
Very nice collection. You def. have some good stuff. Only thing I dont like are those black/white sections on top and bottom of the pics. I know youre trying something different which is cool but they dont do it for me.
yeah im undecided on those as well..
yeah..i can tell by your av.
A little strong on the USM. Is it from the camera or photoshop? If it's from the camera, you may want to turn USM off and apply it in photoshop.
Otherwise, I'm very impressed. Nice work.
yeah i have to get better at that (its photoshop)
my source pics arent overly soft.. but they arent crisp either.. i need to get used to the balance between the two
so... you have a mamiya rb645 and your shooting withe a digital P&S
Overall, you've demonstrated you have a good eye and you do a nice job post processing and present the photos well with your borders. The only thing I can complain about is some of the photos look oversharpened, and a few of the macros are not framed quite as convincingly as your others (perhaps a limitation of the camera). But, if you are a happy post processing your images, then I'd consider cropping them and figuring out ways to make sure that each image you present is flawless. Not too shabby though =)
i sold it
some are amazing and others still look like snapshots. quality, not quantity
thanks for the compliments and critique guys.. it really helps improve my craft