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06/23/2005 06:41:29 PM · #1
I have nothing better to do for the next 3 days then to critique some photographs :)

My portfolio seems to go unnoticed by most DPC'ers so I want to trade a in depth critique on some of my pictures for the same on yours.

I am not looking for snappy comments like "nice" I want to learn more about photography and I am looking for real critique from interested people and I am willing to do the same in return, I am a student in photography and I have finished my 3 years of art study at college, but one can always learn more.. I have never gotten any ribbons so I really need to learn more about what DPC'ers think about my pictures and what can be improved to make it a ribbon winner :)

my portfolio

if you want critique an some special photo then please post a thumbnail here, if I can pick the photo then just say so :)

with hope of many indepth critiques

edit for typos

Message edited by author 2005-06-23 19:04:09.
06/23/2005 08:11:36 PM · #2
Left you a few critiques (see PM too, I went nutz hehe).

:D

06/23/2005 08:44:30 PM · #3
Thanks for returning the favour. Definetly some food for thought.

This comments for comments dealy is great :D

Cheers,
Paula
06/23/2005 08:45:54 PM · #4
Originally posted by PollyBean:

Left you a few critiques (see PM too, I went nutz hehe).

:D


thanx, I just went through some of yours, very interesting images in your portfolio, I really liked you abstracts even though I did not comment on them.. hard to comment on images like that, when you don't know the story behind the image :)
06/23/2005 08:50:01 PM · #5
Posted some comments, pick any of mine = Thanks!
06/24/2005 05:33:53 AM · #6
Originally posted by Tuckersmom:

Posted some comments, pick any of mine = Thanks!


went through your portfolio and commented on a few pics, you might want to create folders and categorize your pictures for easy access, like "landscape" "people" and such :)

many nice pictures there, just hard to find in all the chaos :)
06/24/2005 05:45:18 AM · #7
Been in again and left a couple for you to ponder .
06/24/2005 05:52:38 AM · #8
Posted a couple, DanSig. I like the wildlife folder. What's up with ducks & geese? It looks like geese are always frowning and ducks smiling! :)
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I'll probly comment on a few more. Pick anything in my portfolio except the goofy photoshop stuff. :)
06/24/2005 05:56:34 AM · #9
left you a couple of comments :)
Remember i am learning too though.
06/24/2005 07:56:57 AM · #10
left a few comments...
06/24/2005 10:39:41 AM · #11
well, I've been looking through your portfolios and left some comments for you all...

thanx dahkota, lentil, kpriest, and kiwinick.

you all have some very interesting pictures.. you should comment on eachothers pictures too :)
06/24/2005 10:45:03 AM · #12
Would love to have a critique on this one. Was going to be a possible Metal challenge entry but did not get the chance to enter.
Taken @ full 200mm zoom handheld.
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Message edited by author 2005-06-24 10:45:25.
06/24/2005 11:30:41 AM · #13
OK, left you a few comments. I always try to be objective as possible, so my apologies in advance that I didn't leave behind a wash of "Oh wow" notes (they don't seem to be that useful anyway).
06/24/2005 11:38:00 AM · #14
DanSig....
I did a couple for you....not that I know anything....keep that in mind...=)
Feel free to look at one or all of mine and tell me what you think....I need all the advice I can get.

Message edited by author 2005-06-24 11:39:05.
06/24/2005 12:58:31 PM · #15
Kelliloo, I critiqued a few of yours as well. I gotta say (redundantly, I suppose, since I already said this a couple times on your photos) that you deserve a camera upgrade! I think you have a great eye for fantastic shots, and your camera just isn't doing any justice to your skill.
06/24/2005 01:17:36 PM · #16
Thank you dahkota and DanSig for your comments. I have left both of you a comment. I am going to try to implement both of your ideas and recommendations on "The Fountain" photograph and see if it looks better. I will post after I get it done. Again thanks for the comments.

06/24/2005 02:28:42 PM · #17
Thanks aboutimage....I think you may be right...I am yearning for the day I can get something that also has the EXIF thingy so I can not only take better pics but also enter some challenges...I feel incomplete right now. It make take me a long while to save up....maybe next tax time will be the time...=)

Message edited by author 2005-06-26 00:23:45.
06/24/2005 03:48:23 PM · #18
I've commented on pictures for everyone that has posted here,

anyone else want some comments ?
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