Published: Thursday 28th of April 2005 01:17:00 AM
Kim Photography like any other form of art is subjective. While one person may find a photograph very pleasing to look at, others may not see it the same way. It would be better if low ratings were required to have a follow up comment as to the reasnon behind the rating. All we can do at this point is except the rating and press on. When I get a low rating that does not have a follow up commet I don't pay much attention to it.
I saw this in one of the words/no words forums and so had to see your portfolio.
I like the composition on this. I think you could have used a bit more light from the bottom. I do like the highlighted tops, where you have retained some good detail. I think it could be a bit sharper, and this would bring out the detail even more I believe.
I have recently come across this way to convert to black and white, and find it an amusing read as well as helpfull Shay
I don't even think about the ratings any longer. They are really meaningless, unless, as you said, accompanied by an explanation by the rater.
Constructive & Helpful MM, Thank you for your very constructive comments on this photograph. The link is indeed a read worth the time.
Fugi Doing some black and white converstions, any comments or suggestions welcome. Please when rating leave some constructive feedback. I leave it up to you guys and gals to tell me what I'm doing right, or more importantly what I'm doing wrong.