beeb wrote:Welcome Marios, 1 and 2 and nice shots. Echidna's are cute little buggers. I'm an old stick in the mud when it comes to HDR, and can't see that the HDR processing in #3 is really adding anything much to the shot (not looking to offend, just thinking maybe editing a normal exposure edited more aggressively may show off the image a little better). Some people love it though, so knock yourself out if it pleases you.
old4570 - It's a little of both I'd say. One of the main difficulties is it's always difficult for established members to judge what a new member is seeking from a forum. If members are looking for helpful critique when they are new to the forum, including a text byline stating "CC welcomed" (CC = Constructive Critique) or any similar phrase can be a very helpful indicator to other members what you're seeking from the forum.
In regards to your shots - While I don't mind macros, they're not necessarily a huge interest of mine, so I tend not to have too much to say on the matter. Though there's probably a couple of other members on here who'll really enjoy them. If you post up some landscapes/seascapes/urban/architectural shots, I am more likely to get involved. If you are ok with some CC being offered, there's a couple of comments I would add to your thread(s), but I don't want to tread on anyone's toes and put them off the forum when they've just joined.
While it can be a quiet forum, I'd say it's worth hanging around. There's a deep well of knowledge to be drawn from once you get to know who's lurking about the place.
Anyway - sorry for the thread high-jack Marios!
Marios wrote:Hi TIm
I welcome the CC this is how I will get better at my craft. I agree with pic 3 it is overly processed in HDR, I will reprocess it and post soon.
I'm also interested in what makes a shot good in your case you said you liked pic 1 and 2 can you elaborate on specific features.?
Thank you and Happy new years to all..
beeb wrote:While it can be a quiet forum, I'd say it's worth hanging around. There's a deep well of knowledge to be drawn from once you get to know who's lurking about the place.
old4570 wrote:2 - 3 - 4 are real nice ..
Hmmm , is it Christmas or is this forum a little , quiet ?
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