I am looking for feedback on some photos I would like to upload to Shutterstock. I am worried about the noise in my photos. I have looked at them at 100% but am not sure what is acceptable and what is not. Thank you for your time and thoughts.
I´m new on Shutterstock. Please give me advice. Is it possible to refocus photos in post processing?
Probably long way and hard few days comp works retouching can help? So boring...
I just play in some programs. As you see result is
How you can call this style of potography I represented?
Conceptual retro eclecticism or modern - retro eclectic photography?
Do I need Model Realise for this photos? Dress have not exclusive designers intellectual copyright.
Hi to all,
I am new to Shutterstock and also never had a more knowledgable opinion on my shots with regards to ... everything really ... technical execution, composition etc.
I am including in the album photos which I quiet like however would like to hear your professional feedback, suggestions and opinions of them.
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I have 2 images from the same serie.
Both images were taken at the street food market.
Both images were rejected from the same reason - Distracting elements are entering the frame obscuring the main subject or the horizon line is unintentionally crooked/skewed.
The 1st image was taken directly from the front and a little bot from the top.
The second images is bigger detail and lower angle, hence I did not shot it from the front directly. The tarts in the background would be mostly hidden behind first line, furthermore they would break silhouette s of the tarts in the foreground.
That is why I choose the shot a bit from the side.
I wanted to make all baskets visible.
Also, as this was street food event, vendors have on their tables many things as cards with the price for example, this is regular part of the display. And mostly you cannot remove it.