|If I was your friend, and try to get your attention, I would say how good this picture is. But I rather be honest with you and tell you that it ain't.|
First thing guy, it start exposing properlly, and stop exchanging those notes, that don't make sense. Yes the color are all over, but technicly, that ain't a good thing. The contrast is all over too.
Never I would call those color beautifull and naturel. If you don't believe me, check the workshop. Reality check, got to learn to see what is infront of you, and try to capture it. Which ain't the case here.
Where is the interest of your shot, Is it the man "or the woman" that is lost in the picture, the big wash out tree, next to him?
Your POV? you're probably shooting standing up, in a normal fashion.
Why that overexposed grass occupy that much space in your shot?
So it is near "London", and I never been to London. Tho this look like deMaisonneuve Park in Montréal. If I didn't know better, that would be my first guess.
So reading your notes, here where I desagree.
Excellent "color and saturation", god NO... if so I don't want to see "bad ones".
Nice Pov, this is arguable, I know, still trying to find the interest tho.
Excellent cliché? No.
What does this means? "the green colors and the human are "contrasting" very well....well? or they are simply contrasting, then again, this don't mean a thing.
So first thing first, think exposure. when a scene is too contrasty to start with, keep highlights under control.
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