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UER Forum > Archived UE Photo Critiques > Critique my photos (Viewed 309 times)
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Critique my photos
< on 10/26/2013 12:49 PM >
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I wanted to print some photos out either to keep for myself or to give as presents, etc. and I wanted to know which you guys thought were best, which suck, how to improve certain ones, why certain ones suck, etc. so I'm posting up a few of my favorite of mine.
Thanks!

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IMG_5152 by Kristian Cantenshttp://, on Flickr">

2

1 by Kristian Cantenshttp://, on Flickr ">
This one I took right as the sun was setting so there wasn't much light and the little of it there was had a redding tinge to it, so the colors on this came out a bit odd, but I liked the strangeness of it. I also amped up the aperture for this one because the flatness (coupled with the colors) made it look a bit like a painting. Thoughts?

3

14A_0102 by Kristian Cantenshttp://, on Flickr ">
I like this one for it's voyeuristic feel.

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IMG_3797 by Kristian Cantenshttp://, on Flickr">

5

17A_0041 by Kristian Cantenshttp://, on Flickr">

6

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Re: Critique my photos
<Reply # 1 on 10/26/2013 4:37 PM >
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Nice shots! Are they film, or is it a huge amount of digital grain? 1, 5 and 6 I like the most. I'd increase the exposure of number 1 by a stop. 5 seems to have noticeable barrel distortion which you could correct but that's a matter of taste. 6 is pretty good, could use a bit of contrast maybe.

The others aren't really interesting to me.

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Re: Critique my photos
<Reply # 2 on 10/27/2013 10:12 PM >
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Posted by sirpsychosexy
Nice shots! Are they film, or is it a huge amount of digital grain? 1, 5 and 6 I like the most. I'd increase the exposure of number 1 by a stop. 5 seems to have noticeable barrel distortion which you could correct but that's a matter of taste. 6 is pretty good, could use a bit of contrast maybe.

The others aren't really interesting to me.


Great feedback. Thanks! Some are film, yes.

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Re: Critique my photos
<Reply # 3 on 10/28/2013 3:43 AM >
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I think you should be careful of what is being cut off from the images, like chairs, the cabinet doors, and jacuzzi. It takes away from the shot. I think the first picture it the strongest.

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<Reply # 4 on 10/28/2013 5:33 PM >
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I like #4 and #7

#4, OMG, there are hearts!

#7 Is interesting for me. But don't looks really sharp..?

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Re: Critique my photos
<Reply # 5 on 10/29/2013 12:46 AM >
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Posted by Crawnorder
I think you should be careful of what is being cut off from the images, like chairs, the cabinet doors, and jacuzzi. It takes away from the shot. I think the first picture it the strongest.


Agreed I think these shots had nice potential but were lost due to he odd cut offs.

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