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    Default At a Playground.

    Appreciate your constructive feedback please.


    Last edited by sophiandy; 30th November 2006 at 07:46 PM.
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    Default Re: At a Playground.

    Some information regarding this photo: -
    Nikon D70s, AF 50mm f/1.8D lens, ISO 200, f/1.8 +0.7EV, no flash used, spot-metering.

    Appreciate your constructive feedback, please.
    Last edited by sophiandy; 30th November 2006 at 07:47 PM.
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    Default Re: At a Playground.

    this isn't the first time you posted in Critique Corner, please choose 1 out of the 5 to seek critique. thanks. Critique Corner Posting Guidelines

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    Default Re: At a Playground.

    Sorry. My mistake. I've edited my posting. Appreciate your constructive feedback, please.
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    Default Re: At a Playground.

    You white balance is all over the place. so are the exposure, since you are shooting at one location, should locking the white balance and exposure by using custom WB and manual exposure mode

    and the photo does not show the boy is enjoy himself at the playgound, more like a posed shot. shooting kids, don't have to always ask them look at the camera.

    composition wise, nor far or near, placement of subject also nor here or there, kind of boring. if you can't shoot with prefer composition with active subjects, can always re-crop during the post.
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