Newbie in Photography


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david fun

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hello everyone, i'm a newbie in Photography, i have started shooting with my D100 since early june this year. Currently i do select some of my work and posted on this website http://community.webshots.com/user/photoshopcs

pls feel free to go in and comments on the photos as is important for me to consider putting it into my portfolio. thx everyone :)

i can accept any critics, this is how we learn isn't it! ;)
 

Astin

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Welcome. You have many photos in your portfolio, not sure how to start. Maybe u choose the best 3 (or the worst 3) so we can start to critique.
 

david fun

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Bascially i will concentrate on the portfolio folder they are my selective ones. :)
 

david fun

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i don't know whether these photos will assist me in applying to be a photo assistant you know, to start from the basic. :)
 

Witness

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a little puzzled here.... ya portfolio folder got lottsa diff stuff le...archi, portraits .... so wat kind of portfolio u compiling.....??
 

Redwingz

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Hi, i suggest u can focus on a theme before you touch onto other areas. It will help u understand better and set a strong platform. Maybe u can start on lifestyle based on ur portfolio.

Regards,
 

david fun

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any idea what are the market requirements, is it true that we must process photos in studio, products etc.

so to speak that i have to separate my portfolio in different cat like landscape, people etc.
 

Witness

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erhm.... normally we see more ppl wif portrait portfolios and weddings / events etc...

i tink landscapes fall under architecture...

if u tinking of goin into freelance u may wanna consider focusing on building up one portfolio or two..... u cant possible expect to get a wedding job wif a architectural portfolio ya...

cheers!!
 

Redwingz

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ya, tats right, choose an area where by u are most interested in or good, then concentrate on that before u touch on other areas.

see ya!
 

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