• CROSSING BRIDGES 16 - PHILIPPINES 2019 - 25 April to 2 May 2019. Limited to 20 participant only, Visit this thread for more information.

Areas in Punggol


Status
Not open for further replies.
Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#1
Joint a group for outting got to many a few friends and got some newbs shoots to show
no PP only resizing
1

2

3 busy ants

4 lalangs (hope i got the spelling right)

5 a escape route if only i could fit in
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#2
6 a spot of light my fav at the house

7

8

9

10
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#3
11 lonely man

12 crossing paths

13 lonely man 2

14

15
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#4
16 the end


ok guys and gal, u know who u are, start putting them here. :p
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#8
i newb la dun bully me la :p
C&C are most welcome
 

night86mare

Deregistered
Aug 25, 2006
25,541
2
0
www.pbase.com
#10
probably white balance issues, something like fluorescent

anyways; in a lot of photos, horizon is tilted, please correct it, not that hard

keep shooting! there are really too many photos for me to comment, to be honest.. but in general the composition is not very strong
a good way to improve, in my opinion, is to be highly self-critical. for me, i delete every shot before PP that i think composition is not there
this way i save myself a lot of time with regards to pp'ing and also, i find out what sort of shots should be taken
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#11
filter was used. :p playing with colour filter.
 

zoossh

Senior Member
Nov 29, 2005
8,725
0
0
Singapore
#12
filter was used. :p playing with colour filter.
hope you dun mind me saying that. i think starting off with working of subjects (i.e. exploring subjects that appeal to you), achieving compositional impact and getting the main body exposure is priority over colors and tonal distribution. play with filters, panning and motion is what many people start to get excited about initially, me too, but i find that they dun derive much effects without getting some other factors concrete first. i can see your efforts in exploration, some of the pictures shows much potential becos it shows you try to see things alternatively, although they are not solidly taken as an overall per picture and dun glue together as a series.
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#13
hope you dun mind me saying that. i think starting off with working of subjects (i.e. exploring subjects that appeal to you), achieving compositional impact and getting the main body exposure is priority over colors and tonal distribution. play with filters, panning and motion is what many people start to get excited about initially, me too, but i find that they dun derive much effects without getting some other factors concrete first.
thanks i will take note.
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#14
probably white balance issues, something like fluorescent

anyways; in a lot of photos, horizon is tilted, please correct it, not that hard

keep shooting! there are really too many photos for me to comment, to be honest.. but in general the composition is not very strong
a good way to improve, in my opinion, is to be highly self-critical. for me, i delete every shot before PP that i think composition is not there
this way i save myself a lot of time with regards to pp'ing and also, i find out what sort of shots should be taken
thanks i will take note,
btw i already took out a lot of pictures. i need to shoot more and learn more.
thanks again
 

zoossh

Senior Member
Nov 29, 2005
8,725
0
0
Singapore
#15
in fact, the first two pictures give me some idea. half-half in such cases may not work per picture, but if you can do many takes of it, with good colors, you can collage them together as a grid.
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#16
hope you dun mind me saying that. i think starting off with working of subjects (i.e. exploring subjects that appeal to you), achieving compositional impact and getting the main body exposure is priority over colors and tonal distribution. play with filters, panning and motion is what many people start to get excited about initially, me too, but i find that they dun derive much effects without getting some other factors concrete first. i can see your efforts in exploration, some of the pictures shows much potential becos it shows you try to see things alternatively, although they are not solidly taken as an overall per picture and dun glue together as a series.
can use some picture i shot to give an example? i dun mind my shots to be edited in anyway.

same to night86mare

please share more on how i can improve.
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#17
in fact, the first two pictures give me some idea. half-half in such cases may not work per picture, but if you can do many takes of it, with good colors, you can collage them together as a grid.
what you meant by collage? stacking photos on each other?
 

grumpy

Senior Member
Jun 9, 2006
1,947
0
36
#18
Think the rest has mentioned, your photos either lack a strong subject matter, need to work on composition, exposure (day shots got a lot of blown highlights, while later shots quite under).

Shoot more, but spend time thinking about your subject matter and composition before you taking the shot.
 

Yapster

Senior Member
Aug 12, 2006
2,318
1
38
39
Pioneer
www.flickr.com
#19
Err, you went into Matilda's House? How did you manage to do so? As for the shots, hehe, i not that level to comment. :)
 

Nov 5, 2007
370
0
16
#20
Think the rest has mentioned, your photos either lack a strong subject matter, need to work on composition, exposure (day shots got a lot of blown highlights, while later shots quite under).

Shoot more, but spend time thinking about your subject matter and composition before you taking the shot.
thanks for your comments,

one thing i wanted ask, the blown higlights were take with aperture priority.
while the under were manual,
i found i like the under more as it gave a better sunsetting.
how do you alll normally shoot landscape?
please correct me or comment.
thanks again.
 

Status
Not open for further replies.
Top Bottom