Sunset at MacRitchie Reservoir


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lichtleiter

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Nice composition, but your shots looks like out of focus.
 

HTCahHTC

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oh ho. somebody's gonna get hurt real bad.'
 

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Ya is your lens not focusing right or did you use a diffusion filter?

I like 1,2,3. But 4 your exposure for the monkey is off and 5 your white balance is too orange- too dominating make the trees and clouds look weird.

Hope it helps
 

wkteoh

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#1 is my personal favourite... out of focus issue aside, cropping out the bottom of the picture where the whitish stuff (water?) is will definitely make the picture better...
 

zac08

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This is a critique corner. Thus pls post one PHOTO only. And pls elaborate on what you need critique on.
 

eva03sg

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Dear members,

Sorry about the numbers of photo posted. After posting then I read about the guidelines. However i tot it will not be posted.

All photos were shot using 50f1.4 lens. And also I didn't did the right resizing instead I compressed it. Therefore the photos seem to be blur.

Photo 1: 50f13 & Photo 5: 50f22 - was wondering if the colors are the sky too orange? And everytime when I shoot at sunset, trees just turns black / dark! Any advise?

Photo 2: 50f1.4 - was focusing on the float, wonder if it looks nicer focusing on the float or should I have a clear shot of everything instead?

Photo 3: 50f6.3 - was focusing on the 1st ball float, wonder if it looks nicer focusing on the 1st ball float or should I have a clear shot of everything instead again?

Photo 4: 50f1.4 - The setting use on this photo was sunset. Which is the right setting to use; sunset, portrait, normal(standard)???

Thank you for your valuable comments...
 

ionicbeam

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to prevent trees from turning black you can do either bracketing shots or have a gnd filter to cut down light from the sky.
 

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