Just trying to get into the professional photography field. It's going to be hard work, but fun at the same time! Pretty much self taught apart from a 'how to use your camera settings' and at the moment learning some more of the technical aspects.
Critique very much welcome & needed to take things to the next level :)
KJ, You have a great start at becoming a Photographer !! Love your work. and yes it is hard hard work. Try using a heavy camera for 11-12 hours straight , which I do when photographing Weddings. Whew will wear you out.!! Thanks for your comment on "Trey" , he is actually my son and is currently the Lead Role in "The Wedding Singer" of all things...lol, College Theatre.
BTW- if you plan on doing anything at all you must sign up with NAPP I will send you a link, and you do not have to be a Pro to join check it out will save you alot in long run on photo equipment, etc. plus you get discounts on Seminars.
Hello Kerry "Fallen Autumn leaves" Thanks for commenting. No the photo is not an HDR nor has any type of HDR software been used on it. I used blending layers, and layer masks in PS to get the depth and saturation.
Thank. Yes I've messed with the contrast and level... my application of choice is Aperture and LightRoom. I have noticed that some of the monochrome pics I've posted for some reason aren't as crisp. I'm trying to figure that out. It's happened on this site and one other. Not sure what happened.
But yes I'm into post processing and use the contrast and other setting quite a bit. I'll try to repost the ones that looks a lil off.
I hear you loud and clear and also would love your critiques on my photos. I'm also new to this site and think that it will be beneficial going forward big time.
My site in in construction and should be up and running by mid Oct. Please check it out whenever... Http://www.bklynnativephotography.com
Also, I'll keep you posted on many photo competitions as they really bring out the creativity.
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