bumping this thread because I have some to add.
I'm nowhere near professional, but I think some of my pics turn out pretty nice. I'd like to take some photography courses as I thoroughly enjoy it.
Camera: (for the majority of pics) Canon PS S3 IS 6.0mp, settings: automatic (as in no manual adjusting, as I have yet to learn about that)
Anyways, I'd love to hear opinions from the professionals as to what I could do to improve on these pics that I think are fairly good. I am very open to constructive critism.
My husbands car. I don't think this is a great pic... however, give me 10mins with photoshop to enhance the contrast and I think it would be better. (But my goal obviously is to take pics without needing to PS the contrast/brightness/etc.)
Snake in a tree. My thoughts on this one is that the focus isn't really on one thing, so nothing jumps out. I'd rather the focus have been directed solely on the snake.
Snake in grass. I think its fairly decent....but needs improvement, I just don't know on what.
another snake in grass. (his colour is dull because he is in shed... the colour is true to what he looked like)
Brandy pre-tumor.... (cropped pic... Like the full size one better)
Bearded dragon in grass. I love the contrast in this photo.
3 sunset, landscape pics...
Please, any constructive critism would be appreciated, as I am very interested in learning about photography.
Thanks for looking.