Originally Posted by soenjer55
I really love your photography. Two things that I notice first when I look at anyone's photography, 1.) the editing and 2.) the composition. Too much editing can ruin a picture... you usually end up with a washed out image, too much white (there should be some value, even in the white areas), not enough definition, funky colors... My opinion has always been that 99% of the time, natural is best. The quality comes from the composition, the subject matter, the light, etc., the editing is just an enhancer.
You have a very good eye. Your composition is very well done. I was originally going to be more specific, maybe pick a few favorites, etc., but I honestly like all your work. You don't edit your pictures too much like I see so often, and you know how to frame a picture. There is one, the photo of the farrier putting the nails in, that has harsh lighting and doesn't appeal to me as much, but all the rest of your photos are absolutely lovely. And I'm a picky kid, lol... You put color and feeling into your work, while not letting things get too busy. How long have you been a photographer?
Can't wait for the Rolex pictures!
Oh my! Well, I truly appreciate your feedback! It means a lot to me that you took the time to point out things that you found pleasing. I will be sure to carry on doing these things in the future. :)
I have been taking pictures since I was probably 9 years old, but I just got my first DSLR last month.
Looking forward to the new lens coming in the mail this week so I can play with it before Rolex.