@vinceactive 1 month ago
This account is established by Vince Lewis married, father of seven children and grandfather of eight. Totally enjoy travel and seeing God in His wonderful creation. Long-time participant in the Institute of Basic Life Principles and the Advanced Training Institute. As a family, we enjoy travel in our Motorhome and attending ATI events whenever and wherever we can. Have enjoyed photography since buying my first camera - Nikon SLR. But, I've almost always shot auto and am anxious to learn how to really shoot quality pictures and videos. Now own a Sony a6300 mirrorless camera.
If you’re planning to stay connected to Lenspiration, keep in mind that James uses Lightroom, which is a subset of Photoshop, the industry standard for years (although there are now others with similar capabilities). You may find that very helpful when asking questions on Lenspiration or watching the periodic photo critique Webinars that James…[Read more]
Nicely done. But, the first thing that strikes me is the icecicles aren’t vertical. Also, using all caps in the verse seems to detract from the beauty of the words. Like Hannah, I wonder “how did you do that?”
Ok. I’m going to take a big risk and step into this photo critique in my role as a father of seven children. When a man looks at this picture, his eyes do not immediately go to the Bible, even though they should. If what I’m referring to doesn’t raise a big caution flag, then I ask that you talk with your mother. If she doesn’t understand, I know…[Read more]
Honestly, had I not seen the title, I would not have known those were ants. You could have gone in a bit closer with a different lens or by moving in. There is also plenty of room on the picture to increase the size of the flowers with editing. So, since you probably can’t redo the shot, try cropping away the outer parts of the picture all the way…[Read more]
Nicely done. The only problem I see is that the frog could be centered. Interesting how you used a very narrow depth of field to show the hind leg just a bit out of focus. Black background really causes the viewers eyes to go right to the subject. All the attention is right where it belongs. I think we could all benefit if you shared the camera…[Read more]
Beautiful picture, especially the coloring. I’m not sure what shadowing you are referring to, but if it is the very slightly shaded area along the whole right side, then I too am clueless. Regardless, what I do know is that the monument is just enough off vertical be to noticeable. Fix that, and I think you’ve got a winner.
Ryan, Good color, but it looks like the item in the foreground was something that got in the way of the lens. If you can restage the photo, I think you might get some very nice results. Glad to see you so active in the forum…your enthusiasm is obvious.
Nice! You might try bumping up the contrast a bit. Play with it and see what you get. Otherwise, I really like it. The creek is at a natural angle across the screen (not a perfect diagonal). The little island in the middle of the stream adds interest drawing my eyes there first. Good job!
Very nicely done!
At first glance, I noticed the head is cut off in the center photo of the collage.
Pricing is the only place I see room for improvement. It’s a little unclear possibly leaving you on the hook for erroneous customer expectations. Give examples and not firm prices. You might consider these for starters:
Very reasonably…[Read more]
It appears the depth of field is unevenly distributed on the right branch. The top is in focus, but the majority, lower part is out of focus. I believe the f/2.8 appeture is creating a very shallow depth of field and the two branches are very close to each other. This makes the right branch look like it’s on the same plane but “blurred” rather…[Read more]
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