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This entry was posted on July 25, 2010 by kmorphet. It was filed under Summer Assignment .
Image 1 and 2: great concept. Needs some lighting finesse but I really like these. Good technique.
Image 3: seems a bit flat. Great sharpness.
Image 4: wow! great concept and technique.
Image 5 and 6: lots of colour. 5 a bit busy in the background. 6 the water gets lost in the colour.
Image 7: neat HDR, Not sure about the vertical orientation.
Image 8: nice. good pose, eye contact. Edit is a bit high in contrast maybe. V good.
Very nice collection all the way around. Let’s talk it up!
July 25, 2010 at 9:14 pm
Image 3: Good idea, just not sure if it’s with enough colour?
Image 4: Love it! Great colours and I love the blur around the brownie! Also, shows you put some effort into it by baking them 🙂
Image 5: Maybe a little over saturated, had trouble making out what it was. Also, a little dark for my liking.
Image 6: Sort of dark again
Image 7: Really cool looking! Also has that summer thing, I actually enjoy the vertical alignment here. Great job.
Image 8: I find it’s way too dark. I think it’s a little high in contrast and I feel like we lose the vibrancy and light of “colourful” in the shot.
July 26, 2010 at 9:32 am
image 1 and 2. Jones pop hopefully? very simply which makes it easy to look at, and also colour ful.
image 3. I want those shoes!!! i wish i could see the laces on the other shoe, it would make it look fuller and fill the frame more.
image 4. Mmm brownies are my favorite food in the whole wide world! having m and m’s on top of the black brownie really makes the colour pop out. LOVE IT!
image 5 and 6. very pretty flowers, there is lots to look at in both of these pictures, which almost makes it a bit confusing. are they sharp? i can’t tell….
image 7. geeorrgous! very pretty. what lens is that? it doesn’t look like it is just a normal one….
image 8. pretty girl 🙂 a little bit dark though, possibly layer mask to lighten up the right eye…i like it
July 26, 2010 at 11:29 am
Image 1&2: “refreshing” idea! you’ve captured alot of colours here, but my question is why did you go out and buy all the soda, only to come back to your bland front deck to take the picture on? try a garden or something with more appeal. same with #2, dont forget about your backgrounds.
Image3: Amazing Shoes! super colourful! and im sure they’re your favourite which makes them even more colourful to you. Again I would have like to see a more interesting background, rather than just plopping these on the deck. hold them to the sky or have them lying on a shore during a sunset…
Image5: I agree with Mr. Morphet that the background is a bit too busy… (i think you know that already :P)
Image6: A nice macro of a pretty flower but the water droplets provide an uninteresting reflection and overall it is hard to focus on. try shooting at higher FPS while using the reverse lens technique to better your chances of getting what you want in focus.
Image7:Amazing shot! my only suggestion would be to panoramic this!!
Image8: Beautiful! but I might ask if you took another picture in this shoot where she is smiling from ear to ear, I think would be more colourful! 😀
Image9: meh. 😀
July 26, 2010 at 2:12 pm
Mr. Morphet. You are TRULY in for a treat with Mr Kevin Cascagnette…he’s an awesome photographer 🙂 He’s got a pretty cool name too 😉 haha!
July 27, 2010 at 10:41 pm
Kaila! Hope you are having the best summer ever!
Keep in touch.
Kevin is gonna have a tonne of fun this coming year.
July 28, 2010 at 5:42 pm
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