Do you care for critique ?
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17-12-12, 09:46 PM
Join Date: Nov 2012
I think critique is a valuable way of improving our photography, though I feel that each opinion should be qualified. I really like this because... etc.,or have you tried. It's rare that there is nothing that works for you in an image, so remember to give a balanced view. Technical aspects are a lot easier to critique. However it would be nice, when an image is put up for C&C, that apart from the settings used, a brief note about what you were trying to achieve. After all, if I said '....it looks a little underexposed, but that was intentional as you were looking for a dark moody look, then my comment would be misplaced.
However, over the years of browsing forums and reading critique I've notice that opinions of an image can vary considerably. As someone said some love picasso and others don't(I'm also a don't), so when receiving critique we need to remember that it is all in their opinion, and it is up to us to filter as necessary.
I have notice that virtually no comments /critique is left on the images in the gallery.
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