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Hey there :)After taking a closer look to your portfolio I would like to suggest some things you could do to improve on a technical level:- In a large amount of your images the object or person of interest is always in the center. Try to think about ... [Lese mehr...]
Hey there :)After taking a closer look to your portfolio I would like to suggest some things you could do to improve on a technical level:- In a large amount of your images the object or person of interest is always in the center. Try to think about arranging the elements in a different, more dynamic way if you do not intend to focus on the center. For instance, use the rule of thirds (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds).- Be careful to "straighten" the horizon line in your landscape images. Many horizons are tilted.- Some pictures contain a fair number of distracting elements, which don't seem to be placed intentionally (for instance lamp posts in the background, etc.). This means that when you shoot, try to alter your angle and point of view before pressing the button :).- Don't forget that many buyers need some negative (which means "empty") space in the pictures to place graphic elements/texts. Especially when you shoot objects try to think ahead about the potential use of the picture including placement of titles and texts.I hope this helps.Good luck and keep going!
I live near the city of Basel in northern Switzerland. In photography I particularly like intense colors, strong contrasts and light painting.
angemeldet seit:June 16, 2014
Ausrüstung:Cameras: Canon EOS 6D, Canon EOS 7D Lenses: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 USM; Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM; Tamron SP 24-70mm F2.8 Di VC USD; Sigma MAKRO 105mm F2,8 EX DG OS HSM; Canon Speedlite 430EX
Favorisierte Themen:Strong contrasts (colors), light painting