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    1. in what area is critique to be sought?
    Would like comments on the mainly on photo composition, photo sharpness & mainly exposure as the objects shot are quite dark. Are the necessary details shown properly?

    2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
    Warmest of kinship in a family.

    3. under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
    I was about to leave after the zoo visit and I chance upon these elephants and this is happened to be the very last shot of the day before I make my way home. One of my fav shot of the day(IMO).

    4. what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture.
    Give me a life-like feel of these statues.
    Btw, these are not real elephants but statues.
    So I need some comments from others.

    Thanks & Regards.

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    Default Re: "Family Portrait"

    more space at the top would balance this shot out a little better.

    other than that, it's alright, but nothing outstanding.

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    Default Re: "Family Portrait"

    the fakeness of the statues are very obvious.. composition wise it's fine..but i dun particularly like the space in between the elephants.

    aperture is too high..too much of the bg is in focus..distracts the viewer from the elephants.

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    Default Re: "Family Portrait"

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    more space at the top would balance this shot out a little better.

    other than that, it's alright, but nothing outstanding.
    Quote Originally Posted by nysheng View Post
    the fakeness of the statues are very obvious.. composition wise it's fine..but i dun particularly like the space in between the elephants.

    aperture is too high..too much of the bg is in focus..distracts the viewer from the elephants.
    Thanks all for the critiques here.
    Will work on future shots with comments and suggestions in mind.

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