Potrait of a Tiger (Toy)


WhitePaper

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May 28, 2010
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#1
Hi :D decided to just play around with my cam and took this pic of a stuff toy tiger :D



exif:
iso: 3200
aperture: F4.5
shutter speed: 1/50s

1. in what area is critique to be sought?
Composition, overall potrait feel

2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
As a practice for shooting potrait shots, I gave it a shot and hope for C&C to see how can i furthur inprove

3. under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
Was just fiddling with my cam in my bedroom in the middle of the afternoon when i took the shot

4. what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
It might be a lil soft?
 

coolthought

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Jun 23, 2008
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In case you might wonder why there isn't anyone wanted to critique or comment on this photo.

This looks like a photo taken simply for ebay or a blogshop without care about its composition.
 

ClemC

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Jun 12, 2010
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#3
Hi WhitePaper - Guess Composition skills will comes with experience and practice (plus reading some articles/books). I will have to agree with coolthought.

I will add that in term of portrait technique, focusing on the eye is an impt aspect (which you have done). But for portrait photography, I would NOT do it in such a dim light environment. :)

I'm still a newbie (to the forum) so maybe I'm not qualified to critique, take it as my two-cents comment.

What is interesting for me is the fact that Pentax DSLR camera does quite well at ISO-3200. I was expecting a lot of noise at ISO above 1600 but guess I need to learn more about other camera makers.
 

daredevil123

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ngck12

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#5
Hi daredevil, im not quite sure if your 2nd link works.



Overall, you should just shoot more, play around with lighting more, read up more.
 

Aurorasea

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Thanks daredevel. The tutuorials are great tips for us beginners.
 

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