These days, I had the pleasure to come home, in Vatra - Dornei, after some time spent in Cluj - Napoca. My surprise was that all my mother`s flowers were gone. Who knows where? Maybe the autumn knows that. These are the last few flowers. I decided to share them with you :)
I've been in to portraiture and wedding photography for several years now, but I just got interested in landscape and astro. I would like some CC on my second attempt at shooting the Milky Way.
Hello community! I´d like to hear What do you think about my photo. Some adjustments in LR I made. Thanks for your feedback, I hope it will help me improve my future work. Thank You.
I would love to introduce myself as that young whippersnapper to the realm of nature photography. At the young age of 23 I have no idea where my career is taking me. Currently working full time out in the field as a nature photographer building up a stunning portfolio and winning awards and publications for my work. I really am...
Hi Fstoppers - This is my first Post, I was just wondering what you think about this Photo?
I did a light bit of post adjustment, by just bringing out the colour slightly and slight sharpness.
I didn't have to do too much.
I know the flower is slightly Blown out, but I would like advice on the picture as a whole and what...
I'm thinking of getting a large print (around 20x30) of this image.
I'd print on metal which is not exactly cheap, what do you think? print ahead? issues?
I am new to this group. I love landscape and wanna get some opinions from you guys on the following image.
Thanks & Cheers!
Hi folks, I'd love some feedback please!
This is two images, one exposed for the sky, one for the foreground, with elements of the sky image used in the foreground reflections. Digitally blended using photoshop and processed using NIK Collection.
New here, wanted to share a couple of my favorite images and would like to have some feedback on them. :)
First time ever trying something like this. It's currenly my second week with a camera so any critiques are very well appreciated!!
Hi everyone, any constructive feedback on this would be greatly appreciated.
I visited Fanad Head on October 17th early in the morning. All the way there the fog was so thick that I could barely see. My expectation was low, but when we climbed the final hill and came round the corner we were confronted with this beautiful view.
I'm thinking of getting a large print of this one (around 20x30).
I'd print on metal which is not exactly cheap.
What do you think? Print ahead? issues?
Please give critics on this 3 pictures of mine. I wanted to learn more about photography.
I shot this at a place not to far from my house. It is a small city that was looking for a photo of their lighthouse. They love the photo, however, I would love to know what you all think.
And maybe if you could be so kind, you could head over to my FStoppers page and rate it :-)
Capturing the natural essence of the sun going down can be challenging. Creating a story out of an image with such shooting situation is something I tried today.
This day was a crisp fall morning in Delaware. Any and all contrastive criticism is desired.
I shot this on Rehoboth Bay in Delaware about 10 or 15 minutes after sunset. I had scouted out this spot earlier in the day and hoped for a good sunset. Things worked out better than I could have hoped. I've found that, under the right conditions, the sky a few minutes after sundown will momentarily fill with intense color and then fade and...
I finally made it to Arches National Park in Utah. Here are 4 photos I took there. Please let me know if you have any feedback. I am hoping to improve before my next trip, which will hopefully be to Colorado or New Mexico next year. Cheers!
I live in Ireland where we can get four seasons in one day. Usually I look out the window and see dull lifeless skies during Sunset. So the other day I decided the hell with it, I'm gonna grab my camera and if nothing else head to the beach and go for a walk. When I got there the sunset had nothing going on, no dramatic colours in the sky, the...