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Critique
< on 2/23/2015 8:47 PM >
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Any critique appreciated,

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< Reply # 1 on 2/23/2015 8:49 PM >
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The first two, I wish the sky wasn't so bland and blown out, it takes away from
them . the second one is cool, though.

The fifth one has too much dead space in it. Like, nothing leads you to anything and it's mostly just...boring. You've got the cool cloud effects. After that...there's nothing interesting. You can't even tell what the things in the photo are.






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Cheers, I defiantly follow what your saying about the dead space, would there be anyway to spice the first 2 up post processing or just take the shots on a sunnier day? Thanks for your feedback.




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< Reply # 3 on 2/23/2015 9:39 PM >
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The Second One is awesome!




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< Reply # 4 on 2/24/2015 5:54 AM >
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You can't even tell what the things in the photo are.



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I would say that the no. 5 is my favorite. I somewhat agree with the above comments that the photo isn't very defined in terms of a strong subject and such. But I also don't think it really hurts the photograph, either. I love the colors and how the slant of the foreground on the right seems to meet with the fence coming in from the left.
With that shot, though. I would have tried to walk around the area a bit more, testing different compositions to see which one gave the best feel. I would have arranged the photo so there was more sky, and less concrete (if that's what it is). And also put the box type thing and fence into the very bottom left. That way you would be able to capture the expansiveness of the sky



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< Reply # 6 on 3/2/2015 3:59 PM >
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1. This is a snapshot, doesn't really have any merit imho

2. Love this one, even with the sky blown out and the lattice work gives a nice monochrome feel to it! Personal favourite from the set. Just one niggly thing, the image needs a slight rotation to make it straight.

3. Bring the angle of view up, so that your lens is pointed dead straight with the back wall.

4. Same as 3.

5. Sorry but this just seems boring, also fix the colour cast!




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Thank you all for the feedback, much appreciated.




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