picture of my friend that i took of her

11 years 6 months ago #9706 by luckywish1
picture of my friend that i took of her with my camera


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11 years 6 months ago #9819 by Scotty

luckywish1 wrote: picture of my friend that i took of her with my camera


Not bad. I'd play with saturation and contrast a tad ;)

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11 years 6 months ago #9834 by luckywish1
where do i need to inprove at. what can i do to the picture


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11 years 6 months ago #10680 by crystal
Not bad, but try to remember the rule of thirds. The subject doesn't always need to be in the middle. With this photo, it would look better if there wasn't so much brick wall on the right side (but don't include more space on the left). Make it a portrait instead of a landscape. If you have photo editing software, crop the photo into a portrait.

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11 years 5 months ago #13201 by photobod
I agree with cwightmanphotos, a portrait shot would be better, but if you had a moved over to the left of the scene, it looks as though you may have had a nice snow scene to put her in, with her to the right of the photo, on the rule of thirds, although sometimes rules are meant to be broken, I wud imagine your friend was delighted with this photo anyway, so well done, love the way you are always trying to improve Penny, thats what photography is all about.

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11 years 5 months ago #14325 by Litebox Fotos
Nice wall, the gray is really inviting. Reminds me of the time my husband went to prison.


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11 years 3 months ago #37649 by PavementPilot
I would suggest a crop on the right to just inside of the corner of the brick to her body side, and a crop to the left of maybe 2/3 of the distance from her body to the left edge. Crop top and bottom to make protrait format.


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11 years 3 months ago #37662 by chasrich
The photo looks great. Experimentation might be the best thing you could try. Only you know what you think looks good or perhaps ask your model what they think. I have a question do you do any post production? Are you experienced with the software needed to change things in a photograph?

Litebox Fotos wrote: Nice wall, the gray is really inviting. Reminds me of the time my husband went to prison.


That's funny. :rofl:

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11 years 2 months ago #41043 by canon4me
thats a really nice picture : )


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