Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by GlobeGuy, May 14, 2009.
All taken with Tamron 17-50
3. (yes, I know the horizon is bent )
Here, I stitched them all together right quick, added some flowers, and made you a pano.
I'm just kidding. As far as C&C, these look like a bunch of vacation photos to be honest. There just doesn't seem to be anything composed of real interest to me. It still looks like a fun day!
# 7 needs a tighter crop, and maybe more of a pano style shot, with the lighthouse on the right, and very little space above/bellow, it would also help if you were higher up, and not looking up towards it.
#9 is kinda lacking a sense of scale...
#10 has a centered horizon, just makes it dull and un interesting, the person is nice for a sense of scale, but is extremely small, possibly either choosing foreground waves, or the person on the rock would have been better.
You're too far from everything.
somewhat interesting, not enough though...
was gonna post snap shotty
2, 4 and 5 are my favourite
Only took 17-50
How I wished I took my 80-200, when I saw them birdies.
2 is my favorite too.
I like the lines formed by the foliage, sand and waves; the birds in the frame help alot but what makes that picture for me is the shadow of the birds on the clean part of sand.
That's pretty good actually. Where is this?
It's Pigeon Point...the same place as your pics...that was kind of the point!
But that Pano needs a lot more work with stitching and balance of the frames. I shot that crap with a P&S about 8 yr ago and have never bothered to dick with it, but maybe I'll fix it up one of these days when I'm laying around hungover.
They all seem a tad over saturated to me.
Oh? I thought I was pushing it with 2 and 3, but ALL of them?
Anyone else think these are oversaturated?
I'm more saying that it looks like you just stood there and took photos. The problem with this is that you wind up having no focal point or subject. Get down and close to the ground to help establish a a true fore/back ground.