noob's attempt at thaipusam!


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jonlou

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hi guys... its my noob attempt posting my shots leh... pls help me improve hor!!! comments comments comments pls! thanks thanks! (finally learnt how to post... :sweat: )

Thaipusam 2005






 

Witness

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i tink the pix look alittle blur...watch ya iso and shutter speeds...

another thing would be to practice a certain degree of DOF control.... dun juz snap and everything is so sharp...sometimes need to isolate the subject using shallow DOF...

compositions wise....too cluttered.... maybe shoot wider???

cheers
 

jonlou

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Witness said:
i tink the pix look alittle blur...watch ya iso and shutter speeds...

another thing would be to practice a certain degree of DOF control.... dun juz snap and everything is so sharp...sometimes need to isolate the subject using shallow DOF...

compositions wise....too cluttered.... maybe shoot wider???

cheers

orh! thanks! :D
 

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I agree with Witness, generally the shots lack DOF control, and therefore look cluttered. The mood and spirit of the events are kind of missing, perhaps you could consider more varied POV, experiment with higher and lower POV. The flash shots were too harsh, and produced rather cold outcome. Allowing some ambience light to illuminate the shots would add to the mood. Some blurry movements for such shot might be interesting.
 

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