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Old 12-11-2008, 08:19 PM
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This is my first photo posted here. I am a newbie in digital photography and hope you can comment this photo. Is there anything needed to make the picture more interesting?
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Old 12-11-2008, 09:14 PM
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one advice, you need a main subject in the shot...maybe a person will do.
(This shot has no subject!)
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IMHO the subject the shooter tried to bring out is the chairs.

BTW the scene is too tight. Good effort though.
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IMHO the subject the shooter tried to bring out is the chairs.

BTW the scene is too tight. Good effort though.
err.. whut do you mean by 'the scene is too tight'? wish you could explain more
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Old 12-13-2008, 07:41 PM
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err.. whut do you mean by 'the scene is too tight'? wish you could explain more
not much can be done to alter the pic maybe also nubie
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Not sure what you are trying to get at with this composition. I feel that there are too many distracting elements without an obvious subject. Not much you can do with the photo unless you want to crop it. Here's a simple trick though: desaturate the background. Bear in mind that the trick will get old if you do it too often. I also applied a violet photo filter just because I can.

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Old 12-15-2008, 06:51 AM
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Not sure what you are trying to get at with this composition. I feel that there are too many distracting elements without an obvious subject. Not much you can do with the photo unless you want to crop it. Here's a simple trick though: desaturate the background. Bear in mind that the trick will get old if you do it too often. I also applied a violet photo filter just because I can.

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thanks, I will try to alter the picture a bit and crop it. Would it be better if I crop the photo and focus on the chairs only?
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Old 12-15-2008, 06:57 AM
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try on different angle, maybe u could find more interesting on that particular subject.

composition also a lil bit off, try to apply the rule of third everytime u shoot. Object will be more attractive than the BG wit the Ro3rd applied.
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Needs better composition. D porch in d chairs background is a little distracting.
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