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On 8/18/2017 at 8:14 AM, SJ_ETHIO said:

a Face from Ethiopia

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Just speedballing, but have you thought of cropping closer to the subject and maybe a B&W edit with a bit more contrast and clarity? I don't know if the background is as interesting as i would like, it makes the picture dull imo and you also should leave a bit more headroom, maybe if you shot it in portrait? 

 

Shot a couple of long exposures while back home: 1st images I need some tips to remove ca from the sign in the bottom right in post and 2nd image I was wandering what that spot is on the top left and how to maybe edit it out? 

 

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Any thoughts? 


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On 8/19/2017 at 7:50 PM, cc143 said:

Just speedballing, but have you thought of cropping closer to the subject and maybe a B&W edit with a bit more contrast and clarity? I don't know if the background is as interesting as i would like, it makes the picture dull imo and you also should leave a bit more headroom, maybe if you shot it in portrait? 

 

Shot a couple of long exposures while back home: 1st images I need some tips to remove ca from the sign in the bottom right in post and 2nd image I was wandering what that spot is on the top left and how to maybe edit it out? 

 

 

Any thoughts? 

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Sorry if I do sound blunt but the colours are just a tad bit pulled too far out, you can see the oversaturation and the colour separation in the fuel price sign board, apart from that your photo is well composed and executed. Looks good.

 

Now to continue with my photo I guess..... 

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On 22.8.2017 at 8:35 AM, another random person said:

Now to continue with my photo I guess..... 

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(my first post in this thread) 

 

I like it! I'm a sucker for long exposed stuff. Only thing I'd change is to rotate the picture slightly to make the high skyscraper straighter, unless it screws with the rest of the lines too much of course. Also just wondering, have you tried turning down the exposure a tad? Might make it look a bit more dramatic. 

 

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On 20/05/2013 at 1:41 AM, extremescouter said:

I think thats a great photo, and the black and white adds interest to it, more than a color photo of that would. I do more nature photography, but I couldn't really figure out how to attach an image so heres a low quality image of mine:

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Good, but image quality isn't great!

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5/10

Is the overexposure intensionally? The object is too centered.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, .spider. said:

5/10

Is the overexposure intensionally? The object is too centered.

 

 

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Did you mean to focus on the reflection of the needle on the disk or miss? 


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8 minutes ago, cc143 said:

Did you mean to focus on the reflection of the needle on the disk or miss? 

What do you mean by "or miss"?

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Just now, .spider. said:

What do you mean by "or miss"?

I mean was it unintentional? because it is very close to the needle, and I was trying to figure out if it is the AF system being a bit off or if it was intentional i.e. you were going for the reflection and looking at some sort of blur effect around it. 


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4 hours ago, cc143 said:

I mean was it unintentional? because it is very close to the needle, and I was trying to figure out if it is the AF system being a bit off or if it was intentional i.e. you were going for the reflection and looking at some sort of blur effect around it. 

It was intentionally focused like that.

You can forget the AF for these high reproduction ratios like 1.2:1

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12 hours ago, Jelly Boy said:

How about this?

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Lovely, very lovely!
9/10, I like the light falling through the windows and the whole scene blends it together properly. The only thing that I can really comment on is that roughly half way it starts to look like a slight haze instead of natural light fall.

 

my entry is of this lovely dragonfly that I managed to capture into nearly the tiniest detail.

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2 hours ago, Bsmith said:

Lovely, very lovely!
9/10, I like the light falling through the windows and the whole scene blends it together properly. The only thing that I can really comment on is that roughly half way it starts to look like a slight haze instead of natural light fall.

 

my entry is of this lovely dragonfly that I managed to capture into nearly the tiniest detail.

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Amazing!

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7 hours ago, Bsmith said:

Lovely, very lovely!
9/10, I like the light falling through the windows and the whole scene blends it together properly. The only thing that I can really comment on is that roughly half way it starts to look like a slight haze instead of natural light fall.

 

my entry is of this lovely dragonfly that I managed to capture into nearly the tiniest detail.

speaking of missing focus...

 

but other than that it's really cool! :D


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On 24.8.2017 at 11:19 AM, historicalpoultry said:

 

Here's my photo:

 

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Doesnt seem like any commented on this picture.
8,5/10
It looks really good, but some questions go trough my mind:
How would it look if it was taken closer (less space around the animal)?
How would it look if it was taken from little bot more to the left?


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Why isn't the EXIF (image data:exposure, aperture, iso, lens) data required for photos?  I am interested to see what settings people are shooting on, and to see what editing was done.  On most other photography sites this is a requirement for a post.


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On 8/28/2017 at 0:43 PM, ANNIHILATOR284 said:

Photo shot by me, color work done in Lightroom. please rate it as you please.

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Contrast is really cool, 10/10 for this one like :P

 

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3 hours ago, ANNIHILATOR284 said:

Double exposure. no editing done, only basic colour work in Lightroom.
shot from Cannon 70D - f/22 1/125 35mm ISO1600

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Something about this picture throws me off. but I do like it. 8/10

 

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7 minutes ago, CA8OOS3 said:

Something about this picture throws me off. but I do like it. 8/10

 

Here is a picture I took with my Nexus 6 after my son was released from the hospital after his surgery. Its a perfect moment I think.

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i know, i feel it too. i think it (my photo) lacks the sharpness it needs. and that is one cute little photo you got there!

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13 hours ago, Equilibrium_FOOL said:

Why isn't the EXIF (image data:exposure, aperture, iso, lens) data required for photos?  I am interested to see what settings people are shooting on, and to see what editing was done.  On most other photography sites this is a requirement for a post.

You can see it if the person posting it share it via flickr, just click the image. That always possible with my pictures. I agree that everyone should do that OR post it directly here.


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