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Anirudh Parthasarathy how do i improve on this portrait ?

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Dylan Burr This flare blob is kinda competing with her face. Its too large and too bright. Nothing to fix here just something to watch out for next time.

Dricke Breytenbach Any overall crit here that can help me improve?

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Brent Mantooth the sky provides a lot of empty space with not much texture, and the landscape is rather washed out.  I think a gradient filter to bring down the... (show more)

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Aga Manzo General comments

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Dylan Burr I would have put the boy in the left third. Doing this would crop out more of the bg and bring the focus to the LLamas and the boy and less on the bright snow.

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Dylan Burr Editing is good to me. Next time try to get some emotion out of the bride. Shes a little lifeless here. The groom is smiling (ish) and I feel more from him,... (show more)

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Dylan Burr I think you have a few things to think about. 1. Composition - the placement of the car is odd and off centered causing the viewer to wonder what is the... (show more)

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Peter Smith Professional training can help brilliant practitioners develop a leaders... (show more)

Harish T P during the ceremony, I tried this. not sure this is a write shot

SportyDad Tried following your earlier recommendation on street photography. How... (show more)

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Matthew Saville I really like the tones and overall shot here; it looks like you had a stopped-down aperture for those sunstar lights, nicely done! the bit of... (show more)

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Manon Engels I struggled with getting my focus right. I used my canon 5d mark iv and... (show more)

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Matthew Saville Hi Manon Engels! This is definitely one of the most demanding situations you can possibly find yourself in, when it comes to shallow depth/bokeh portraits.... (show more)

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