Really Need some feedback here....

Bellagio67Bellagio67 Registered Users Posts: 9 Big grins
edited October 11, 2004 in Landscapes
I'd be sincerely grateful to anyone who might offer a few thoughts or comments on my work. I'm trying to get a sense of public impression before putting my work out there in my first art show for the world to see. Please visit my gallery:

Figure and Fashion: http://bobandstacy.smugmug.com/gallery/204442
and http://bobandstacy.smugmug.com/gallery/208110

Scenic and Still Life: http://bobandstacy.smugmug.com/gallery/180793


Big thanks to those who can help!!!:clap

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  • Bellagio67Bellagio67 Registered Users Posts: 9 Big grins
    edited October 10, 2004
    Really need some feed back help here.....
    I'd be sincerely grateful to anyone who might offer a few thoughts or comments on my work. I'm trying to get a sense of public impression before putting my work out there in my first art show for the world to see. Please visit my gallery:

    Figure and Fashion: http://bobandstacy.smugmug.com/gallery/204442
    and http://bobandstacy.smugmug.com/gallery/208110

    Scenic and Still Life: http://bobandstacy.smugmug.com/gallery/180793


    Big thanks to those who can help!!!clap.gif
  • jwearjwear Registered Users Posts: 8,001 Major grins
    edited October 10, 2004
    You Need The Pros Help
    I looked at yours before very good but you want andy and the crews advice not point and shooters model is very hot
    Jeff W

    “PHOTOGRAPHY IS THE ‘JAZZ’ FOR THE EYES…”

    http://jwear.smugmug.com/
  • AndyAndy Registered Users Posts: 50,016 Major grins
    edited October 10, 2004
    i'll try to put some time in this week... but ..
    i've commented before on this: why do you leave originals on in your galleries? you do know that you can turn origs off in "customize your gallery?"
  • GREAPERGREAPER Registered Users Posts: 3,113 Major grins
    edited October 10, 2004
    I am no expert but I find them to be very attractive. I think your work is all very well done and a bit unique.

    I think you can find a market for it.

    And Andy is right, go to customise galleries and turn originals off or people can download and save your original size images for free.
  • tmshotstmshots Registered Users Posts: 59 Big grins
    edited October 11, 2004
    Bell, I think you have some really nice photos here. True picture book stuff. The colors are bright and full, the pieces are bursting. Great stuff thumb.gif
  • wxwaxwxwax Registered Users Posts: 15,471 Major grins
    edited October 11, 2004
    Personal opinions here, bellag.

    The architecture shots look really nice. Lovely composition and mostly very interesting subject matter. I like your idea for posters. A few of the shots have hot spots, which detract from the overall. I notice that you like highly saturated colors. Overall, I really like the architecture shots.

    I'd say the reverse is true of the model shots. The blur is a little heavy for my tastes, as is some of the Photoshopping. There are one or two that I like, but most of them I don't, I'm afraid. It's a combination of things: the poses, how they're shot, how the shots are processed. To be sure, better than I could do. But not something that I would buy, or exhibit just yet.

    Again, just my opinion.
    Sid.
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  • lynnmalynnma Registered Users, Retired Mod Posts: 5,207 Major grins
    edited October 11, 2004
    wxwax wrote:
    Personal opinions here, bellag.

    The architecture shots look really nice. Lovely composition and mostly very interesting subject matter. I like your idea for posters. A few of the shots have hot spots, which detract from the overall. I notice that you like highly saturated colors. Overall, I really like the architecture shots.

    I'd say the reverse is true of the model shots. The blur is a little heavy for my tastes, as is some of the Photoshopping. There are one or two that I like, but most of them I don't, I'm afraid. It's a combination of things: the poses, how they're shot, how the shots are processed. To be sure, better than I could do. But not something that I would buy, or exhibit just yet.

    Again, just my opinion.
    Hi Bellagio, somehow we ended up with two threads the same so I've merged them into one.thumb.gif
    Lynn
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