|Posted by wiltedyouth22|
ur mom sounds very satanic u r lucky lol
here b the crit:
1. your pano is great!
2. is interesting mostly bc i haven't been to that location
I suggest for the hallway shot (3) a vertical orientation for the frame would fit better, bring the viewer in more.
For number 4... I can't tell if I like the ways the shadows distort the image. Perhaps if there were more contrast or if the image had a greater variety of colors. Just something to consider. U could def use the shadows to your advantage depending on the subject matter.
on 5, i like the concept of the contrasting textures and colors-exaggerate that with a macro shot. Documenting them as u found them has value, but since theyre just tiles and plants-- don't b afraid to move them around, or mix them up.
Six is lovely! Really captured what the room used to be with what it is now if that makes sense.
hope this helped
|Posted by Jazpot|
Some general tips:
Since this is such an open, bright place, taking pictures when the sun is lower in the sky will give you more interesting and pronounced color and shadows.
I think taking even a long exposure at night or evening and getting some stars, and the inside of the building could be awesome.
Try getting lightroom or other editing software, some of the pictures are tilted left or right and you will be able to straighten them and edit them to give them a more ominous look. This will help a lot.
Take your time and compose the shot well, keep asking yourself what the subject of the photo is. I like #4 and #6 the best, with better lighting and editing, they will be even better.
|Posted by ahhntzville|
These all look pretty good to me. 4 is weaker just because the harsh light creates sun/shade contrasts that stand out more than the subject (wheelchair). I guess my only criticism is that I feel that with the exception of #1, most of these would be tighter compositions if they were cropped to an 8x10 ratio. Perhaps that's just personal preference, though.
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