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A place to receive constructive criticism on photos. Upload a photo to this group if you want to find out what you did wrong or what you could do better.

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This group is for negative feedback on photos or things that could be improved only. People tend to only comment on photos when they have something nice to say, but this group is designed to go against that trend so you as a photographer can find out what is wrong with your technique. So please don't be afraid to contribute a negative comment in this group on someone else's work.

If you would like to get constructive criticism on one of your photos here is what you do.

1. Click the Link that says "Start a Discussion"
2. Upload your photo to the "Post" section on the "Start a Discussion" screen. To do this click on the little photo icon next to the text formatting icons.
3. After your photo is uploaded you might add some text under it if you wish describing what you are concerned about or what you would like to hear opinions about.
4. Please do not use the attach section because then users will have to click on a link to your photo to see it. By using the "Post" section, users can study your photo more effectively.

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newbie here. please help me improve my shots.

Started by Jeniver Agbayani. Last reply by Calvin Browne 8 hours ago. 4 Replies

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Medieval Portrait with Assistance from Lightroom and Topaz

Started by David Fisher. Last reply by David Fisher yesterday. 5 Replies

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Is this a good shot?

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Can I have your comments?

Started by Huseyin Gokhan Orucoglu. Last reply by Huseyin Gokhan Orucoglu on Tuesday. 21 Replies

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Cant make up my mind about these, help.

Started by Mandy Glendinning. Last reply by Huseyin Gokhan Orucoglu on Sunday. 4 Replies

Can I please have some helpful advice, criticism and your thoughts on these 4 images.  Many thanks.  …Continue

Any advice is helpful

Started by Mandy Glendinning. Last reply by VJEKO on Sunday. 4 Replies

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Fuji Ex samples

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Escape

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dlux 4 samples

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Macro photography and focus problems

Started by melony. Last reply by Paul Bradburn Aug 7. 9 Replies

Everytime i take a picture,it is always slightly out of focus, what do I need to do to get a great macro shot?need help i want to get the perfect shot!…Continue

Please advice on this...

Started by Gaurav Kumar. Last reply by Gaurav Kumar Aug 4. 6 Replies

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Flower Firework

Started by David Fisher. Last reply by Robert Davis Aug 2. 8 Replies

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What are your views on these Macro Photos?

Started by Gaurav Kumar. Last reply by Gaurav Kumar Aug 2. 4 Replies

 Please tell which one you liked the most, if any, and why? and tips to improve these photos.…Continue

Tags: Macro, Tips, Reviews

Please give reviews on this photo.

Started by Gaurav Kumar. Last reply by Robert Davis Aug 1. 5 Replies

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Should the weed stay or go?

Started by Krista Bowers-Ballington. Last reply by Krista Bowers-Ballington Jul 28. 3 Replies

Should the weed on the front left, stay or go?…Continue

More Flower photography

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Request CC on my shot

Started by kok ming ng. Last reply by kok ming ng Jul 23. 13 Replies

Shot 8.30am F13 1/160s ISO 400 18mmI feel somewhere is not 100% right but unable to pin point the problem.Your comment is welcome…Continue

Vancouver BC Cityscape

Started by Cameron Fehr. Last reply by akhil Jul 22. 8 Replies

Hey, I tried a new technique to create this photo. Tell me what you think, I'm happy to hear any feedback.…Continue

B&W critique

Started by akhil. Last reply by akhil Jul 22. 8 Replies

As i am no expert in B&W photography i seek help in improving my technique with the help of all you experienced nice people. I shot this image somewhere in Valencia with the sun directly shining…Continue

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Comment by Mohammed Al Maskary on April 19, 2010 at 2:45pm
Nathan
Your comments adds value to my work, I just got this new Cokin Filters, this is my first time using them mid of the day, as you know we in the UAE have strong Sun light, and to take photographers during the day you need to use a strong Filter.
Comment by Mohammed Al Maskary on April 19, 2010 at 2:39pm

Comment by nathan mccreery on April 19, 2010 at 2:27pm
It's a fascinating and striking building but the orange filter is ghastly. You'd be much better off without it. It's such a strong modifier that it makes it difficult to analyze the rest of the photograph.
Comment by Mohammed Al Maskary on April 19, 2010 at 1:46pm
Your Thought and View on the Photograph,

Comment by Mehryar Maalem on April 18, 2010 at 12:23am
I just started a new group called Photojournalism! Join if you're interested.

Thank you
Comment by Paul Barkevich on April 17, 2010 at 8:40pm
Would anyone suggest a crop on the right? How about the sky, over done? Anything else??
ExposureTime : 1/250Sec
FNumber : F16.0
ExposureProgram : Shutter Priority
ISOSpeedRatings : 500
FocalLength : 50.00(mm)
Contrast : Normal
Saturation : High
Sharpness : Hard
Tamron 18-270 VC
D80 Nikon
Comment by Paul Barkevich on April 17, 2010 at 8:38pm

Comment by Ed Harp on April 16, 2010 at 10:36am
Thanks for the comments and posts. I like the idea of composing leaf from corner, but maybe not exactly from corner to corner. Maybe a little away from exact corner to corner to opposite end of frame.
Comment by Bob Wood on April 15, 2010 at 7:47pm
Ed,

Cokors are good and idea is great, but I find it lacking in something. It may be that a different angle would add more leaves, or more of the leaf you have would be good. I just find it boring as is, but technically from a color and DOF discussion, it is very cool.
Comment by Ed Harp on April 15, 2010 at 1:31pm
Love some honest criticism, thanks. I always except good comments too, but please be honest. Shot today this oleander leaf here in Phoenix area, while visiting during the birth of my grandson. I used Canon 50D, 24-105 IS f/4 L with a 500d Canon close-up filter 77mm screw in.

 

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