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Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2007-05-22 21:33] [+]

I like what the red does for this picture, it really makes it stand out, the only thing I would do is clone our or desaturate the red in front of her because I think it would look cool, as if it was coming out of her back. nice shot though

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2007-05-21 17:21]

I like this picture, for its atmosphere, and while aesthetics wise it's very pretty, it doesn't take me beyond the present...
I don't however agree to try it in black and white, the subtle color tones are a good choice for the picture.
But it still doesn't tell anything about the owner or the people who have been here before, I just feel empty.

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2007-05-21 17:17] [+]

Maybe not an appropriate title however I love this picture, it has all this potential energy in it, like the dog is about to pounce, and the dog is well placed however this photo is fairly generic... in that anyone could take it, and I can't see much personal flavor to this photo.

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2007-02-11 17:51]

In all honesty, good shot, but I would have spent some time dodging and burning out some areas that are strong and made a few choice areas stand out.
nice shot,
but there could be work done on it.

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mtylek Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor [C: 131 W: 21 N: 2] (2063)

Great

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2007-01-10 7:13]

I love how well this photo draws me in, it really makes you question what shes doing, I could think of 100 diffrent stories that could be happening right now, it's very general but in that way it's also very personal, great shot, nice composition and some very good natural lighting makes this picture feel more engaging also.

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2006-12-19 18:51] [+]

I love this photo
this is to all your photos really
but you seem to have this very random placement of your focal points...
Like some almost smack dab in the midddle, which makes the rest of the picture kind of awkward,
I like this picture because you have to spend alittle time to really take every detail in to the photo very nice.

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2006-12-14 21:10]

I love this for anyone whos been on stage this really feels like almost a dance shot, I love it
Very cool textures on the shirt however I would have taken out the like handle or what not of the light because it dosn't really feel like it fits in the picture.

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2006-12-14 21:07]

I like it, I couldn't even tell this was a self portrait.
But I have to say that the hand over the face is slightly disrupting to the picture, the wire is just fine but it deffintly detracts from the personality of the picture because you cant see your face very well so it doesn't really feel like you were there anymore.

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2006-12-07 19:38]

hahah we all have that problem "Use a tripod" "I don't have one"
but I don't really understand what you're trying to get across maybe you could have taken two shots? gone back at another time and taken one with a tripod to get 2 diffrent ideas of the subject?

Colin2008 Gold Star Critiquer [C: 59 W: 0 N: 5] (114) [2006-11-06 20:09]

I have 2 or 3 suggestions:
1Using a tripod for this sort of shot leaves room for my next sugggestion and also clears up the blurrieness of the picture.
2 Lowering the iso rating on the camera will reduce that grainy quality thats apparent in most of the picture.
3 Id also suggest that you get a light meter or something, incase the camera's one isn't quite perfect, it's sort of a neat gadget.

I like the ideas you take some cool shots, none of these are suppose to be mean. It's just a few suggestions from a fellow photographer.