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Some of my pics

Discussion in 'Critique Corner' started by Einherjar, 25 July 2012.

  1. Einherjar

    Einherjar New Member

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    Here are some of my pictures :)
    I am open for any feedback, whether its positive or negative. I used snapseed to edit them.



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  2. RoseCat

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    Beautiful work Manuel!! I especially love the second photo. :inlove:

    My only small critique is that I would have liked to see a bit more of the castle (?) in the first photo. The clouds are really lovely, but I think a bit more of the building showing would make a better composition.

    :D
     
  3. Einherjar

    Einherjar New Member

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    Thank you very much for your critique :) its always nice to see when people like what you do. Yeah you are right on the first one i should have focused more on that building, but if i ever get the chance to go there again i will do that :)
    Thanks again!
     
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  4. DanKerrPhotos

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    Yeah to build on what the great RoseCat said, look where your eye goes first then second, and ensure those bits pop. For me, my eye went first to the top of the tower which was not in focus and then to the left half of the clouds which are also a bit blurred. That building is wonderful, hope you took lots of shots. The third photo is again beautiful subject matter, my eye goes bang to the trees and they are lovely and well lit. I then go to the point of those rocks and was half hoping to see someone standing there or something. Superimpose anyone? LOL
    Nice job.
     
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    mahoganyturtle MobiTog iOTY 2012 Mobi Veteran

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    Very nice!
     
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    stellar
     
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    lamkentucky A Little Sparkler... Site Staff

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    These are lovely! Count me among those who would have enjoyed seeing more of the building in the first shot.

    Leslee

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    I really like the second image although I find the blur effect on the right a bit heavy. These kind of darkish images appeal to me, probably because I struggle to get them right myself! :D
     
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    iColorama SheColoramas... Developer

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    :thumbs: I love the second image, pure Chernobyl, I would also remove the blur and bring more corrosion..The first one fails in composition + blur not good
     
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    Great set of images. Ok, in the first shot I would have kept the whole of the building in focus. I guess you used the tilt shift in SS?
    The second image is great, no issues. The last shot looks great again but I would have created a little more drama in the sky.
     
  11. Mikeraboy

    Mikeraboy Likes AppWhores Better...

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    I like #3. The colors in the water
     
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    Call me crazy, but I like the second image the best. There is something dark and disturbing yet intriguing and mysterious about it. I agree with the above comments about the castle pic. I a, not sure whe the focal point is in that photo. If it is not the castle, perhaps a little cropping is in store.
     
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    Have to agree with the others.

    I want to see more of the castle, try to keep things square if possible ie the castle walls. Not sure what is going on along the bottom edge but for some reason bothers me that it it not level, maybe is we saw a bit more. I took your image and straightened the castle walls in Perspective Correct. I also find the blurring distracting.
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    I really like the atmosphere in the second but would go with less blur.

    I like the scenery but it needs maybe something to show scale or life, as was mentioned try adding a person into the picture.
     

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