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    For the first picture, maybe if you shoot from a lower height to get more of the backdrop, the effect might be nicer.

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    first pic: subject look stiff if it's someone in a more natural pose, the pic will look better.

    2nd pic, don't find anything particularly interesting. plus, the overexposed parts (especially the branch?) are pretty distracting.

    3rd pic: where's the focus supposed to be?
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    Originally posted by mpenza
    first pic: subject look stiff if it's someone in a more natural pose, the pic will look better.

    2nd pic, don't find anything particularly interesting. plus, the overexposed parts (especially the branch?) are pretty distracting.

    3rd pic: where's the focus supposed to be?
    Hi. Thanks for our comments.

    First picture was a candid shot in the sense that she didn't know i was taking her back view until i showed her.

    2nd pic... i guess the composition could be better, although i was striving to get the colours to come out nicely...

    3rd picture? Let see, it was the curvature of the Suntec city entrance wall and i shot it with my camera in a vertical position, and subsequently after repositioning it in the landscape mode, i thought it would have made a pretty interesting picture.
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    for the 1st pic, try to put your subject off centre and not in the middle.... use the rule of thirds.........

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    Originally posted by mervlam
    for the 1st pic, try to put your subject off centre and not in the middle.... use the rule of thirds.........
    wats the rule of thirds?

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    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/consu...Comp3rd1.shtml

    Go to this URL....u will know wat is rule of 3rd?

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    Wow, nice view.

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