Sunday, June 3, 2012

Photo Feedback: Week 16

I didn’t do a photo feedback last week because of the holiday.  I knew so many were going to spending time with family and friends and not really on the computer.    So let’s pick things back up where we left off. 

I warned you guys that I have been in a black and white mood lately.  So here is a photo I took of my son when I got that shot of my daughter daydreaming and of him showing off his mad ninja skills.

Cole-webTaken with a Canon 7D and 55-250mm IS lens.  Aperture: f/5.6  Shutter Speed:1/160  ISO: 640 Taken in the evening at about 7:15 pm. 

So now I am asking for your feedback.  Whether you link up or not.  Whether you know a single thing about photography or not.  If you would like some honest (yet nice) critiquing of your photos, please join in.  I promise it isn’t as bad as you are imagining it to be. 

Mom Tried It

Here are the guidelines for Photo Feedback:

  • The photo you submit must be your own.
  • The photo can be new or old, edited or SOOC, never a theme to adhere to.
  • When leaving feedback be sure to say something you like about the photo along with something you would suggest to improve the photo.
  • If you join in, please visit a couple of other participants too.  They want feedback just like you do. 
  • Please link back in your post with text or grab the button.
  • If you are going to have more than one photo in your blog post, please specify which photo you want critiqued.

The link up is live from Mondays (12:01 am) through Fridays (11:59 pm) CST.  So you have lots of time to join us.

*The code for the blog hop is at the very bottom. This is a Blog Hop! That means the link up will show up in your blog too and your readers can join in without having to leave your page.

4 comments:

  1. Wow! I love this one and it's going to be hard to come up with feedback. I think it works really well in black and white, there is a perfect range of tones. The only thing I can come up with is to maybe clone out the bush on the left corner? I LOVE the bokeh, but maybe it's a bit distracting from his handsome face? I really love the depth of field and the expression on his face.

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  2. What a great idea! I just stumbled across your blog looking for link-ups, but love this one. YOur photo is just beautiful in black and white, and the different levels add so much to the overall look. I am a novice at photography so do not feel equipped to critique, but I am anxious to learn and will appreciate the feedback.
    Have a great day.

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  3. This is so beautiful, and I've also seen the other B&W shots you've posted, and loved them too. I really like the creamy tone you have added to the photos. Do you use an action or is it your own "creation"?

    This style of "B&W mood" is something you should definitely keep in your "tool box". I bet many clients would love it!

    The only nitpicking thing I can come up with improving, is maybe show more of his lower arm, now it gets a bit lost in the grass...?

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  4. Wow, I love this in b&w and that dreamy background is divine. Love the pop of his eyes too. Sorry, I can't come up with any suggestions. I think this is fantastic.

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