Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by k2737, Sep 11, 2006.
They are all underexposed I think.........
All of them are too dark, dont like some of the angles, too much going on in the background, colors dont seem as vibrant as they should
you go to RIT?
There is no need to shoot those pics at faster than 1/100. I see even 1/800, need to let more light in.
Yeah, at first I thought it was my screen but they do look kinda dark. The first re-done one looks a little better but the tire is still kinda lost in darkness.
Yes do I know you?
Well minus the background cause I couldn't change that since I was at an autox, I will work on the colors when I get out of class.
Examples of better angles? I suck at this creativity stuff.
then photography might not be the right hobby/activity for you
I liked the 3rd photo.
Well I am getting better at it. Takes a lot of practice to learn what looks good and what doesnt.
Looking at the pictures now on this monitor I am using in class they are very underexposed. When I made the changes to them on my laptop they weren't this bad.
Much better IMO
you go to a school that has one of the top photogrpahy programs, might want to take some courses
They only offer 2 classes for non photo majors. I took one, and it was all film and very basic. It helped me learn about how the camera works but not too much on composition and post processing.
I've been shooting for years and I still learn new angles and different settings almost every event I go to. Don't get frustrated... practice will make you better if you evaluate your photos and determine what you can do to make them better next time.
There are things you won't see when you frame the shot but with experience you will look out for them next time (ie a fat guy holding a hot dog behind the guy filling up the frame)
It's true that there are certain types of photography that people like, but I generally find myself taking photos of what I think looks interesting/cool/good; if people enjoy it after that, it's a plus.