So I have read a lot of articles about this on the web and in magazines and all of them seem to lean towards the same conclusion, 'web viewing doesn't matter as much as printing accuracy.' For those…Continue
I suppose I should start with admitting I am an entry level dslr user. I have a BFA in 3D graphic design (primarily attuned to animation). Got my first DSLR at the end of August in 2012 with no real understanding on what exactly that meant. haha
My passion is photographing landscapes, but I find I have an easier time capturing macro shots when it comes to being compositionally pleasing to the eyes.
Having gone to both, a private art college and a state college, I find I thrive on feedback no matter how negative or positive it may be (I love the brutal truth) so any and all is greatly appreciative. I have a knack for picking on the little things to a point where I dislike a lot of what I do and as such have a shyness of showing my work. I hope joining forums such as these is one step in the right direction for getting over this.
I should also note that i LOVE photo manipulation, and I'll try my hardest to include any 'extra' work done aside from just subtle color touchups in the descriptions.
"Cool tree. Some of your photos, while in focus, appear a little soft. (Lots of digital cameras do this.) Have you tried Photoshop's Unsharp Mask tool? Might bring out crisper detail, for instance in all the tiny branches on the left."
"Comments! I love comments; although I seldom have time to really post and sift through all the amazing work out there.
It's hard to gauge what you'd do with this photo without much post-editing work (not to say that all or even many…"
I see you have gotten a couple of images up. This has been the friendliest site for photography, I've ever tried. Learning the dslr is a challenge but there is a lot of info on the internet and here to help you. I still have a lot to learn but have grown a lot in my photography too.