Photography Critique Edition #6

photo critique

In this edition of “photo critique” I received more wonderful images. Let’s see them.

Portrait by FurSid

Original Image

Technical Aspects

Technically, this portrait is almost perfect. If I look carefully at the details in full view, I might say that the upper right eye is too dark and looses details. Exposure looks fine, kind of at the limit in the mustache area because of the strong contrast, which, otherwise, is good for the details and pops out the man’s expression. The main focus point is well placed on the eyes of the subject. Composition is very good.

Visual Aesthetics

The expression captured gives a very deep feeling and the sepia toning adds alot to it. Congratulations for such a pleasant portrait!

Spring time in the Mountains by Tudor


Technical Aspects

The image is well focused, with a proper DOF. However, the post processing resulted into some burned areas. Better pay attention at that. Composition is great: not just the right positioning of the flower, but also the slight radial feeling given by the grass adds to it.

Visual Aesthetics

Unlike classical spring interpretation, your’s is full of mystery. I sense that the flowers from the dark side of the picture are still “frozen” in the remains of the winter, while the other flower, the one that rises into the light, is the symbol of the spring yet to come. The vignetting looks good on this picture.

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I started photography as a hobby in 2005, during college. My passion slowly became a more important part of my life since 2008. Because of using a combination of my photographic knowledge, with those of internet marketing, I like to call myself a "photomarketer".

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