4 years ago5,000+ Views
I would really appreciate it if you could give me some feedback on these pictures!!! I took them all myself.
@MorganGermann From first glance it's easy to see that you are interested in capturing and displaying different properties of light through your photography. This may have been a conscious or unconscious decision, but it's something I think you have an eye for and should continue with. For example, there are some that really stand out to me: the dot of yellow/orange in an otherwise dull and grainy setting, light reflection from a window, and the rainbow light refraction in the corner of a room. Although many may think these are droll or boring, I think it could be the beginning of a very interesting series of photographs. Focus on this style of photography rather than the other two (#3 and 4) as they are weaker examples. As for the quality of the photographs themselves. I'm not sure what type of camera you are using. If you are using a DSLR or a point-and-shoot then start using the RAW format. It has a much bigger file size and will give your photographs more detail. If you are only shooting on a phone or other device I suggest maybe investing in a camera, there are a lot that can be found on ebay. My last word of advice is to not ignore what comes naturally to you in shooting. Some people never really take portrait photographs, some never take 'normal' architecture photographs. Take pictures of what YOU find interesting! If you want any help in this please feel free to ask!
Thank you all for your advice. I will definitely take all of it and use it to the best of my ability.
looks like some were taken from a car window while driving.hard to judge them kinda pics. i think they would be better if there was a story for the viewer. look for the most interesting view.dont just point and shoot. look for something that will help the viewer feel as if they were there. and lookup the "rule of thirds" its will be a good starting point. GJ!
Thank you. I will definitely take that into consideration.
keep it up. ..Some thing in a new perspective
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