- People & portrait
- Date taken:
- Discovery Green Houston Tx
- 1/1600s f/1.8 ISO 100 50mm
I want to point this out without it coming across in the wrong way. The cut off hand had been mentioned as maybe not being a big deal but it kind of is in the sense things like this are the difference between a photograph and a snapshot. You never want to cut someone off at a joint or in this case her fingers. Any professional will tell you this. But of course this can easily be fixed through cropping. Also agree with Steve to off set the girls for a more interesting shot. I'd crop the right side just to the edge of her shoulder since she's the taller of the two. Crop the bottom enough to cover the hand. Was you lens wide open when you took this? Just asking because the subject aren't entirely as sharp as they could be in my opinion and I believe at that distance it could be the reason. It's a nice shot of two people standing in front of a lake.24 February 2016
A nice image in general although the hotspot oh the right hand girls head is a little distracting.Helpful 1 14 January 2016
As far as cropping I don't mind the missing hand but would crop from the right hand side to place the girls off centre, also I would crop the top as that is also quite distracting.....good thing with digital, you can try it and easily revert back if you do t like it.
Nice shot, not really much I would change here. It's nice and sharp, there isn't anything drawing my attention elsewhere. If I had to be SUPER picky I would just say it's a shame the lady to the right has her hand cut off but it's a great shot so nothing to really worry about. Excellent.13 January 2016