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    Please leave your first impression (negative or positive) i wanna learn
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    Hi Sara, my first impression is that it is colourful, which I like, but excessively busy, out of focus, and is lacking a subject so there is no place where my eye can come to rest.

    If composition is your goal, you may want to search the Web for articles on Photography Composition to give you a place to start. Here is a fairly basic introduction to what makes an interesting composition. http://www.photographymad.com/pages/...position-rules

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    Just a personal thought, Sara, but with this sort of scene I usually prefer to have the sharpest area of focus near the foreground; then gradually becoming more blurred behind.

    That just seems to look more natural to me.

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    Sara, I agree with Frank. I like the color, but your picture would be more interesting if you had greater depth of focus. This might be a good image to experiment to get greater depth of field.
    Last edited by Teton Chuck; 13th March 2012 at 01:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankMi View Post
    Hi Sara, my first impression is that it is colourful, which I like, but excessively busy, out of focus, and is lacking a subject so there is no place where my eye can come to rest.

    If composition is your goal, you may want to search the Web for articles on Photography Composition to give you a place to start. Here is a fairly basic introduction to what makes an interesting composition. http://www.photographymad.com/pages/...position-rules
    Thank u sooo much Frank for your comment ... yes i do understand about the composition rules .... in real i was thinking about doing an abstract photo ... it seems that i failed
    this wool scarf (i made it by myself) i tried to focus on the different colors only and a tiny part of the wool itself ... but i am convinced that it is mostly out of focus.

    I will shoot this one again ... and i will post it soon

    Thank u so much again Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    Just a personal thought, Sara, but with this sort of scene I usually prefer to have the sharpest area of focus near the foreground; then gradually becoming more blurred behind.

    That just seems to look more natural to me.
    I am totally convinced i will shoot it again and post it soon
    Thank u so much Geoff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teton Chuck View Post
    Sara, I agree with Frank. I like the color, but your picture would be more interesting if you had greater depth of focus. This might be a good image to experiment to get greater depth of field.
    Okay Chuck ... i will shoot it again and do my best regarding the depth of field
    Thank u soo much Chuck

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