Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by LDUB, Mar 7, 2006.
all are unedited, i use an olympus c-740 UZ, constructive critisism is welcomed..thanks
hey saw you in initiation, welcome
some interesting shots there!
ok... here we go
1: a little underexposed, and it seems to be a little soft as well.
2: not that interesting, and a little on the flat side
3: higlights are blown out, and it's to center heavy
4: probably one of your stronger of this set, I just wish the rock wasn't chopped off at the top left corner
5: again, kind of boring... try taking this shot from a lower angle looking up.
6: to busy, and some blown out highlights.
7: way to center heavy. if you're going to place it dead center, at least try to fill out the frame.
8: does nothing for me... sorry
10: my favorite of the set, a little bump in saturation and contrast, and crop out the tree on the left and this would be a good shot... the bridge helps lead my eyes through the pic. good composition.
11: try shooting this from a different angle not head on with the pump.
12: flower is badly overexposed, center heavy and very busy background.
overall ok job, you just need to work on your composition and exposure... it looks like you were shooting in very harsh light on all of these pics, which can be tricky. Keep at it, you'll only get better with practice.
What's this? I like the contrast.
i'm guessing those are a group of some sort of fiber optics
its a house with christmas lights
that sounds like some good constructive criticism.. i didn't know if that could be expected on OT or not.
Damn, he's way worse than that Tomash guy.
thanks intheworks, how would i get it so its not underexposed
The 2nd and 3rd ones are awesome, the lighting is good.
does you camera have manual settings? I'm not familiar with the brand or model? if it does, read up on bracketing.
yea it does, i have an olympus c-740, i really need an slr haha
my best advice is do some reading and shoot, shoot, shoot... experience is the best teacher and learn from your mistakes.
I love the skies in 4 and 5