Well. These two pictures were rejected. The one in the forest for "cromation noise", the other one because is out of focus.
Well, the out of focus one, is focusing the mountains, and not the frame. But I did it like this on propuse.
The cromaation one, I think it looks quite good. I love them both.
Are they really that bad to be rejected?
Thought I'd try submitting this shot even though the stars are blurry, because the mountains in the foreground are sharp. It was rejected for being out of focus.
Camera settings: f2.8, 800ISO, 30 seconds, focus set to infinity
Even when I bump up the ISO and decrease the exposure time, the stars are always out of focus.
I'm wondering if this image should be acceptable with blurry stars, or if there's something I'm missing about how to shoot the Milky Way.
Please, give me some feedback on these two pictures.. The right side of the image has slightly different tone, tried to fix it and it looks better but still catches my eye.. Do you think pictures are overdone or is it just me... ? Thank you!
hello from me, i'm not a profesional photographer yet, because there are no one use my photo yet. haha, but really hope that i have skill to shoot a great picture one day, the picture, gallery of picture that everyone wanna to see and have it by buy it. And ofcourse i really want to be a profesional photographer that can capture the moment
Hi! I'm new here. I started to intensify my photography knowledge recently and I just want to ask some opinions about what I am doing. As I said, I'm new but I would be very thankfully to who gives me some advices
Please do take the time to review and critique my photographs and let me know how I may improve. I would appreciate it if you would also investigate my portfolio and give me some more general feedback on what type of photos I should include, how I could improve my key wording, etc. In essence how might I improve my sales, besides from increasing my portfolio size, of course.
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