A new style, just experimenting.

1 year 2 months ago - 1 year 2 months ago #627312 by jMrL
 
Make: Canon
Model: Canon EOS Rebel SL2
Lens: EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM
ISO: 800
Aperture: f/4.0
Shutter speed: 1/40 sec
Captured: Thu, 17 Jan 2019 7:00am


iso 800 - 105mm -  f/4.0 - 1/40 sec

I'd love some CC on the background, and retouching, IF you have criticism on the composition or framing LET ME KNOW PLEASE.  I learn more when I do get criticism.


Regards,
Jeremy Massey


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1 year 2 months ago #627361 by Joshua Atkins
Nice contrast! Well done! 


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1 year 2 months ago #627373 by jMrL

Joshua Atkins wrote: Nice contrast! Well done! 


Thank you m8


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1 year 2 months ago #627474 by NewavaMike
I don't know what it is, but I like it.  
Lots of texture there. 


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1 year 2 months ago #627475 by jMrL

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1 year 2 months ago #628540 by Lauren Grant
Good contrast as well! 


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1 year 2 months ago #628590 by Stefan-Olsson
I like it . Very abstract. I would edit out the noise though.....You loose some of the detail but get an overall cleaner image, I think.


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1 year 2 months ago #628604 by NewavaMike
At first I thought this was a stack of eating forks, but really, even after Stefans take, I still have no idea what it is  :) 


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1 year 2 months ago #628762 by garyrhook

Stefan-Olsson wrote: I like it . Very abstract. I would edit out the noise though.....You loose some of the detail but get an overall cleaner image, I think.


This OP may not care, but it's generally considered impolite to edit an image without permission from the creator. I've seen people get pretty bent out of shape, while others are quite accepting.

I encourage folks to ask first.

Despite agreeing with you about the noise. I still don't know what this is, either.


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1 year 2 months ago - 1 year 2 months ago #628766 by Stefan-Olsson
Yeah you might be right Gary. I apologize if I have used and altered the image without "The OP's" permission,feel its easier just to show than to explain what I mean. But i totally understand. 

To me personally its easier to understand if someone critiques and show me what they mean, as opposed to try and explain it in words, could be the fact that english is not my first language.

My bad.


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1 year 2 months ago #628804 by garyrhook

Stefan-Olsson wrote: Yeah you might be right Gary. I apologize if I have used and altered the image without "The OP's" permission,feel its easier just to show than to explain what I mean. But i totally understand. 

To me personally its easier to understand if someone critiques and show me what they mean, as opposed to try and explain it in words, could be the fact that english is not my first language.

My bad.


Your command of English seems just fine to me.

And I completely understand and agree. I'm reminded of the quote (attributed to Martin Mull): "talking about music is like dancing about architecture." Some things are just difficult to do. Clearly, it's easier to show than to describe when it's about a visual art. But a protocol has arisen over time, and even though some folks don't care, asking first is generally regarded as the proper thing to do.


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1 year 2 months ago #628816 by NewavaMike
I take the complete opposite track I think.  These are the "photo galleries" ….. for general display and critique.  Nothing posted here is waiting for National Geographic to ok the deal.  We are looking for different opinions.  Different takes and different "Light room" offerings, FROM US.....  the regulars here !!  I say, show me what you got.  If I like it, I'll try to copy it. I'll try to learn from it. 


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1 year 2 months ago #628817 by NewavaMike

garyrhook wrote:

Stefan-Olsson wrote: I like it . Very abstract. I would edit out the noise though.....You loose some of the detail but get an overall cleaner image, I think.


This OP may not care, but it's generally considered impolite to edit an image without permission from the creator. I've seen people get pretty bent out of shape, while others are quite accepting.


I love you Gary but the world is changing.  And these boards/forums are going to change too.  People want to learn from each other more than they want to be polite. I say, show me what you got.  It won't hurt my feelings if you are more advanced than I am.  It will just show me a different perspective.  A different way.  A different conclusion.  


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