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    comment your opinions on my photography so i can improve?

    http://justmollblog.blogspot.co.uk/2...otography.html
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    comment your opinions on my photography so i can improve?

    http://justmollblog.blogspot.co.uk/2...otography.html
    It is honestly beautiful, especially the ones where there is some light and dark like the candles and the stain glass windows
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    It is honestly beautiful, especially the ones where there is some light and dark like the candles and the stain glass windows
    aw thank you haha, i took them in paris inside the notre dame x
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    They're really cool, nice stuff!
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    (Original post by yelllowribbon)
    They're really cool, nice stuff!
    thank you, i really appreciate you having a look!x
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    thank you, i really appreciate you having a look!x
    Lool I did AS photography, I feel like I'm starting to appreciate good photography
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    comment your opinions on my photography so i can improve?

    http://justmollblog.blogspot.co.uk/2...otography.html
    The ones on the bay are excellent. And the ones where you're close up to things looks great too. I wasn't a fan of the stained glass window one just because it didn't seem like their was much more to it than a tourists photo. I'm not trying to be be mean, just giving constructive criticism. If you have the opportunity, go back and do something interesting with the lighting, filter or angle.
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    The ones on the bay are excellent. And the ones where you're close up to things looks great too. I wasn't a fan of the stained glass window one just because it didn't seem like their was much more to it than a tourists photo. I'm not trying to be be mean, just giving constructive criticism. If you have the opportunity, go back and do something interesting with the lighting, filter or angle.
    I completely understand what you mean, the reason they are so 'touristy' is because i was on a class holiday in Paris and i wasnt really allowed to take pictures in there so i kind of snapped my camera as much as i could before i got caught just to show my family at home what it was like there, thank you for taking time to take a look though
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    (Original post by yelllowribbon)
    Lool I did AS photography, I feel like I'm starting to appreciate good photography
    I took all those when i did my AS too haha, my A2 kinda sucked because i lost interest haha
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    I took all those when i did my AS too haha, my A2 kinda sucked because i lost interest haha
    We only did AS at my school, thought my photos were decent to be honest, ended up getting a B though The written statement things at the end of each unit we just too long, mine was complete bs xD
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    We only did AS at my school, thought my photos were decent to be honest, ended up getting a B though The written statement things at the end of each unit we just too long, mine was complete bs xD
    yeah i know what you mean haha thats what put me off it, having to write why i edited everything and stuff, it took the fun out of it haha
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    Your photos are very good, I especially like the one with the snail
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    Your photos are very good, I especially like the one with the snail
    haha thank you very much!!
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    Pretty cool, especially the close up of the bread with all the detail
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    Kiwi approves.
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    Pretty cool, especially the close up of the bread with all the detail
    haha thank you, that was outside of a bakery shop in Paris!
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    Awesome work, you have a great eye.
    I think what would make your photos a lot better is if you take the composition of the photo into consideration more. For example, i noticed that a lot of the photos had a few distracting elements in the background such as the photos from the beach/seaside. Think "what is my main focus of this photo" and take out everything that takes your eye away from that focus.

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    They're good, I'd try to find the main focus of some of the photos as they were a bit busy, overall though they were great.
    Extra points for being from yorkshire.
 
 
 
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