In this episode of the SLR Lounge’s Constructive Critique, we consider how details in an image can make or break the overall impact, and how the right type of post-processing can add “attitude” when necessary.
Especially for portraiture, always be on the lookout for small un-important items that may detract from the overall image. This is something that even the greatest photographers must continue to pay attention to, and the sooner you cultivate an eye for distractions, the faster your images will stand out from the bunch.
About the SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique
The SLR Lounge Constructive Video Critique series gives you, our readers, the chance to have your photos constructively critiqued by our staff as well your peers in the photography community.
Submitting an image is free and easy! All you have to do is visit the Constructive Critique section of the SLR Lounge Forum and start a thread with your image in it. Please be sure to read the rules prior to posting, and please limit to one unique image per thread. Finally, whether you are posting your images or giving critique to someone else’s, please keep all comments constructive and objective.
Constructive Video Critique Video
First Attempt At Compositing a la Joel Grimes by 3.0: Thread link
Her by Arash D.: Thread link
Girl by Heindrich: Thread link
Winter Details by Till: Thread link
The Fountine by Teenabug: Thread link
Milkweed by Jackchaskell: Thread link
Sunny Side of the Moon by AdamCaldwell: Thread link
Guitar Man by Christophe: Thread link
Squash Soldiers by Leighton: Thread link
Once in a Blue Moon by Lgilles: Thread link
The Previous Episode
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