This is my first post in here and I'm still learning the tricks of photography with a DSLR.
I'm using a Nikon D60, manual settings.
I would like the following areas to be critiqued on:
- Composition - I wanted the kids to be cropped out of the photo, but I thought that the picture would end up being a lil too tight
- Photography technics - I actually forgot what settings I used for this shot but this was shot using manual settings
I just wanted to capture the moment of this rainbow which was breaking through the dusk. It was taken at 7.15pm and I thought it was a rare sight to see a rainbow during that time of day. Actually, I could see the whole bend of the rainbow from where I was standing, but too bad, I had a standard kit lens (18-55mm VR) to make do with so I couldn't get the whole bend of the rainbow.
I personally think that the rainbow could manage to be the main centre of attention despite the orange sky, where the sun is almost setting. I love how the colours of sky blend in with the rainbow, but not making the rainbow disappear. If you noticed, I felt that the leaves at the right hand corner nicely framed the photo.
Thanks in advance for all your comments and critiques.