Ferrero Rocher


Aug 16, 2010
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1. in what area is critique to be sought?
Exposure and composition

2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
Show the amount of Ferrero Rochers.

3. under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
Captured at 10+pm, not much lighting only those mini bulbs in between them.

4. what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
I find that the exposure is ok and the mini bulbs under them gave them a 'grand' feeling sort of lighting, but are they real and edible in the first place? Hehehe. =p
 

derrickder

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#2
Personally I find the picture underexposed. I would prefer to have the perspective lowered to view more ferrero rochers at the top end of the picture.
 

allenleonhart

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Personally I find the picture underexposed. I would prefer to have the perspective lowered to view more ferrero rochers at the top end of the picture.
bad angle. see how the side is lighted? move there and shoot. all the chocs shld be lighted up nicely.

even then, i dun like continuous patterns. maybe replace one choco with an egg or somethign. will add some interest.
 

Aug 16, 2010
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Personally I find the picture underexposed. I would prefer to have the perspective lowered to view more ferrero rochers at the top end of the picture.
Ok thanks for the tip!

bad angle. see how the side is lighted? move there and shoot. all the chocs shld be lighted up nicely.

even then, i dun like continuous patterns. maybe replace one choco with an egg or somethign. will add some interest.
Ahahaha it's like that de. It's actually a christmas tree and only the bottom half is lighted top is not. That's why. =/

And well it's not my christmas tree so i can't replace it with an egg or something LOL!

But still thanks for the tip!
 

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i think the pic is under exposed. I think you can try lower down your shot and focus on some ferrero and the background ferrero are blurred.
 

velasco

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There's nothing appealing in this picture. But perhaps that's what you are trying to show since the purpose you stated is to show the amount of Rochers. I would have preferred if you shoot from another angle, inject some artistic flair on such a boring arrangement of Rochers.
 

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