@larner – please tell something about your photograph. this is one of the forum rules which you claim to have read – besides asking for comments is a simple act of courtesy. you don’t get it, do you?
I would draw the attention of the @admin to this
There is a slight tilt to the left and like others said harsh lighting, shadows and busy…[Read more]
@somebloke – if your version of constructive criticism is telling what annoys you and what pisses you off, comment on others’ comments, patronizing and taking sides…I would rather not give constructive criticism. help yourself man, just step back and read your own comments and honestly tell yourself if they are constructive or least bit…[Read more]
This one isn’t right because the jockey’s face is hidden behind the hat, exposure needs fix and the movement is not obvious. There must have been more apt moments to capture hope you haven’t missed them.Check It Out
I like the window shot but it is distracting in a wicked manner (I don’t mean to say anything about the subject). You could use some vignetting to hide peripheral details. Exposure seems right though.
the second one is a snap shot and wont’ cut it – read up some great content on this website about portrait making. there was no need for so much…[Read more]
I agree with you about the exposure but frontal composition is impossible – they don’t allow stepladders at this heritage structure. I wasn’t carrying one either for I was traveling to this place. 😉
The columns are a part of an indeed tall temple tower and perspective is unavoidable.Check It Out
@tomdinning Well, the place, the columns and the details did give me goose bumps. I liked the repeating pattern of the figures on the column and the early morning lighting accentuating the pattern.
I kicked myself for ignoring the settings for the whole bunch of photos I took in Khajuraho. I wasn’t even thinking about the settings though the…[Read more]
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