Looking for constructive feedback. Let me know what you folks think could have been improved or changed to make this photo better.
My friend works for New Belgium. They recently were having a release party for one of their beers. He asked me to come and do some photos for the event. These 2 photos are 2 of the better ones in my opinion. I have some more that are similar as well. Does anyone have any advice for shooting events like this? And are these photos good enough to...
Ever since discovering the unique flare this vintage lens gives me, I've been working to improve my ability to incorporate it in night photos. What do you all like about this and how do you think I could improve? The question applies to both the photograph as a whole and specifically the use of this flare.
I'm using a Canon 5D classic...
I would like to read your comments and impression about this photos in term of lighting, composition and editing. Thanks
I´m not sure this is the right group -- I haven´t found one concerning photography websites. But maybe still some users want to take their time to look at my website "heikoknoll.de" and share their thoughts with me. This is the first website I´ve done. If you do decide to review it please be honest -- if you think it´s "...
If you can provide me with any critique, please do. The lighting on this was made with an LED light. The only things that are edited are the headlights.
Disclaimer: This is just a toy car.
New to Fstoppers and excited to join the community. I'm a photography hobbyist that has become a bit more serious over the past year and love learning from others and my various successes and failures in the field.
While I mostly shoot urban and street photography, I'm interested in pretty much anything that can...
I've been working on sharpening my skill set with available light night portraits. To make things more interesting, I used a Canon 5D which has a realistic maximum sensitivity of ISO 1600 and no live view shooting, and any of three old vintage manual focus lenses for the feel and effect. I'm still cringing at the background alignment of the b...
Hi everyone, I'm pretty new to photography, but over the past year + I've been trying really hard everyday to get better.
I think I'm at the point now where I'm really starting to like what I'm producing, but I'm too attached to what I'm shooting to give myself objective criticism. I would really appreciate any feedback you can give me (...
I'm pretty new to Fstoppers and don't get many votes on my images. I would love some critique on my photographs .
Working on framing the pictures better so would love to hear your feedback on the composition of these images. What could have been done better? What you think works and what is missing?
This is my first image of a toy car.
camera: Nikon Coolpix A100
editing done with: Krita 4.1.0
I'm constantly trying to grow my skills so I like periodic feedback on my shots.
I am trying something new, and would appreciate any critique that you have. Thank you ahead of time.
I am looking for ways to improve on and explore different ways of using water in a shoot.
I built a gadget that brings rain into my studio. It’s a fun but messy medium to incorporate into an image. Collecting and removing the water is a big issue. I made a big tarp’ catch basin with a sink drain over the well my sump pump sits in, the...
This is a little different from what I usually shoot but I liked the outcome. Any feedback is appreciated.
I'm mostly interested in street and landscape photography this was my first time working with a model and lighting. we are going to shoot more of this series and I would love to hear your input on how I can improve