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    Images for Constructive Review

    Post images you'd like to have constructively reviewed. No format constraints.

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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

    Riverbank - Downie River, Sierra City, CA


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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

    A nice image, but not a great image.

    Nice colour, sharp, well exposed, but no strong centre of interest or obvious subject.

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

    I think it is better you give some background information about your image(s) if you would like to have constructive review.

    Quote Originally Posted by John Rodriguez View Post
    Post images you'd like to have constructively reviewed. No format constraints.

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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

    Quote Originally Posted by John Rodriguez View Post
    Riverbank - Downie River, Sierra City, CA
    This I like. It came up tiny on my phone, first, so I got to understand the whole color aspect of it. I was fearing when I saw the thread that I was going to immediately run into the totally content-free kind of deadly landscape photos that prompt hyperfocal discussions (Best answer to the hyperfocal question: "You wouldn't have to ask about hyperfocal focusing if your boring photos actually had anything to look at in them.") But that's not what showed up. The color, its use and placement, is delightful!

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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

    Quote Originally Posted by diversey View Post
    I think it is better you give some background information about your image(s) if you would like to have constructive review.

    I disagree. I think there's real value to be had in the reviewer not being given any verbal context.

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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Heath View Post
    Nice colour, sharp, well exposed, but no strong centre of interest or obvious subject.
    I agree with this observation.

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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

    The lighter leaves appear to have been dodged. This makes the image feel more alive but when dodging is excessive it can look contrived.

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    Re: Images for Constructive Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Lee View Post
    The lighter leaves appear to have been dodged. This makes the image feel more alive but when dodging is excessive it can look contrived.
    Damn. Which areas in the image look like they're dodged to you?

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