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Photo Critique #1
(Photo by Jeremia Bostwick)
The first thing that grabs me about this photo is the rich color. Also, Jeremia wisely chose to center the subject and highlight its symmetry. The shot looks like it could’ve been tone mapped. If that’s the case, well done avoiding glowy earmarks so common in HDR processing. Already this has a lot working for it and I think this shot has the potential to be a portfolio piece with a few tweaks.
Photo Critique #2
(Photo by Christian Jog)
Immediately my mind goes to this photo by Elia Locardi. With a some Photoshop magic, this is a shot worth developing further. If you took bracketed exposures of this scene, I think this is a good candidate for tone mapping and HDR processing.
Photo Critique #3
(Photo by Daniel Peckham)
What a quaint town, and the lighting is spot on. Daniel chose the perfect time of day to shoot (either sunrise or sunset) and the street lamps really make this shot. After some consideration, I can’t say the boat blur adds a lot to this photo. I think just a nice reflection might’ve been better. I do detect some signs of tone mapping, magenta cast in the darker mid-tones being the most noticeable. Here are my complete thoughts.
Also, for a very lovely trip to all parts of the globe, I highly recommend viewing Daniel’s Portfolio on G+ here.