9th March 2004, 10:22 AM
Please comment on my AA2004 photos....
here it goes!!!!!
Honestly I do wish for criticisms of my photos,because i feel i am reaching a plateau in my learning curve, i dont make any progress it seems,because my photos dont get comments, so i never know where i go wrong, and, rarely, for the photos that turn out ok, i never know which ones are they. ends up i never know how are my photos and i take the same standard of photos each time.
if u want, u can directly link the image in yr replies and then say something abt it.
Indian Helicopter display team
motorcycle helmet anyone?
World's largest aircon
World's Biggest rear
Shop use only?
Oh dear, forgot my PS2!
Fastest way to spend money
B-1 bomber on 12x zoom
erm what is that thing doing there?
Biggest UAV, Global Hawk
Ma!! this weapon too heavy!!!!
The feeling of getting smoked ( car lovers shld know waht i mean)
There are more in the link.
9th March 2004, 10:39 AM
I feel that most of your shots are not composed well and have cropped off some of the more important parts of the photo. They are all centred, use the rule of thirds to compose your photo. Don't always take them from the front straight up. Try to take them from better angles. Since they are static, explore first before taking your shot.
9th March 2004, 04:27 PM
because i have trouble focusing with my camera even though i got a sunburn in the end.so waht i got was from pictures taken with burst mode, and since they are moving so fast, those pic where planes arent at the centre, they would only be half the plane left in the pic
i know this is no excuse but this is the best i can get
9th March 2004, 04:49 PM
Originally Posted by acetylcholine
The comments I've made were referring to your static shots.
For your aerial shots, they were all underexposed.
- I would recommend that you do not use burst mode again for shooting this kinda shots. Shoot with your normal mode instead.
- If you have problem focusing, revert to manual focus or other means of prefocusing.
- I would also suggest you take more time to think about the composition of the shot.
- Sometime you need to take your camera out for practice to get a better feel of it.