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09/24/2004 12:01:42 AM · #1
I just finished uploading the first photos to my portfolio. They represent my first summer of photography as a more serious hobby (since I bought my camera). I would love some good criticisms on all or any!

Thanks!
James
09/24/2004 12:13:50 AM · #2
Left you many comments. I really enjoy your portfolio!!!!
09/24/2004 12:36:37 AM · #3
Originally posted by jjenks:

I just finished uploading the first photos to my portfolio. They represent my first summer of photography as a more serious hobby (since I bought my camera). I would love some good criticisms on all or any!

Thanks!
James


I am in no way qualified to critique...But IMO:
They look good. #5 would of made a good entry into the Vanishing Point challenge. And Photo #3 is interesting. I like the reflections of the table and trees in the stem of the glass. I would like to see what it would look like if you could remove the back glass (distracting) and place the subject glass on thirds and try a larger DOF. If you have a chance try that, I would love to see what it looks like. Just my 2cents worth.

Message edited by author 2004-09-24 00:48:39.
09/24/2004 12:43:18 AM · #4
I left you comments on some of your photos, although I am in no way qualified to critique your photos. Great job.
09/24/2004 02:06:13 AM · #5
You have some nice work there. I left a few comments for you to read and I treated your photos as if they were in a Free Study challenge. I will go back and comment on the remaining two later.
09/24/2004 10:15:57 AM · #6
Thank you all for taking a look, and especially to those who left comments!

Originally posted by Kylie:

Left you many comments. I really enjoy your portfolio!!!!


I love your entry in Everyday Objects. It's a beautiful shot.

Originally posted by SDW65:

And Photo #3 is interesting. I like the reflections of the table and trees in the stem of the glass. I would like to see what it would look like if you could remove the back glass (distracting) and place the subject glass on thirds and try a larger DOF. If you have a chance try that, I would love to see what it looks like.


I did take one with just the front glass, but it was centered. I actually liked that one a lot, but I decided to go with the two-glass version because I thought it better presented the feeling of sitting out on the deck with a glass of wine. Here's the alternate (note that it's completely unedited, only resized): //www.dpchallenge.com/image.php?IMAGE_ID=107407.

Originally posted by MrAkamai:

You have some nice work there. I left a few comments for you to read and I treated your photos as if they were in a Free Study challenge. I will go back and comment on the remaining two later.


I really appreciate your in-depth comments. You left some really interesting food for thought.

Thanks again!
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