Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by legendr34, Oct 16, 2007.
the vignetting takes away from ur first set of pics. And your model looks like a real doll. very un-natural. ur buidling photo makes my eyes wonder, i dont know what to focus on.
The scenic ones are far more impressive IMO.
Dust on your sensor. Not a bad set but like it was mentioned, lower the vignetting on the first pics, it seems like it darkens the whole photo rather than just the corners.
I don't like the vignetting on the first ones, but otherwise, I like all the others. The pictures from the plane are sort of snapshotty, but that's because there's no single focal point. It's just clouds, and nothing extraordinary about them. Colors are good, though. I like the colors on the birds, but I know how those freaking things are, and sometimes they just don't hold still. A better angle or better view of the head would've improved the shot. For the buildings, I like the colors, but I agree that it's kind of busy. Something about the location of the bigass cloud, the people, and the shadow running down the middle makes my eye wander around too much.
you went all the way to cancun to take pictures of a model indoors???
I'd hit it
thx for the critiques , i will fix the heavy vignetting and post up more later.
Tell your model/girlfriend/? it's okay to look straight at the camera every once in a while.
I thought she was a Realdoll too
Lens? and how much PPing did you do, cause my D80 pictures never look that vibrant out of camera.
toned down the vignetting a bit.
camera used was a d80 with nikkor 17-55mm f2.8 lens.
the first set had a lot of PP, but the others i just adjusted the levels and added contrast.