View Poll Results: Do you think the quality of your shots have improved over the passed year?

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  • Yes of course

    48 77.42%
  • No, and I must work harder

    11 17.74%
  • Not sure, I'll let you guys be the judge

    3 4.84%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion
    My photography standard hasn't improved.

    But my models are getting prettier and holes in my wallet are also getting bigger.
    Quite true nowaday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    Well said.

    I can't pass the "myself as the harest critic" stage oso.... after personally watching and learning from a shoot of a foriegn pro photog, I felt that I have to go back to basics once again and look at all my fundamentals
    wow so serious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgo
    I think you're still the best person to decide yourself if you've improved over the years.
    Quite true...only diff is how big is the improvement? In term of photography skill or artistic style?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro Image
    Haha....this is a good one. Unless you are able to accept critictism, I guess there is always room for improvement. Within months to a few years? Nah...photography is ever changing. I m still learning to improve myslf better.

    The best way to improve your skills is to show to other professional photographers and to non pros too about your works. I may be in this line for a long time as a pro but I still bring my works to my friends whether they are in this line or not. Why so? As this is the best way learn as they see things from a different perspective.

    Again I like to stress out on accepting opinions without disagreeing. Sometimes by defending your own images is the same as not accepting opinions from others. I learn my the hard way, although it was painful at the beginning but when i see myself taking on new challange I know I have move on to the next level....

    There will always be harsh critics and nice compliments. People comes from all walks of life. Haha......... but Singapore's Art scene still have plenty of room for improvement. John Clang works was a good example on seeing people's reaction.

    quite true but it all depend on who is the criticser...

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