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I posted my first set of pictures and some of those was rejected. Can someone giv

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I am going to be honest with you so that you can learn and have success here. The photo has no commercial value. The photo has no focal point. No element that is highlighted. The sky is overexposed and the middle is under exposed. The horizon is not level. There is too much orange color in the photo. Cut off elements on the side and the pole in the middle need to be removed. There is too much foreground.Here is an example of how to improve your photo. Please note that I did this very fast and th...

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May 09, 2021 May 09, 2021

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I am going to be honest with you so that you can learn and have success here.

  • The photo has no commercial value.
  • The photo has no focal point. No element that is highlighted.
  • The sky is overexposed and the middle is under exposed.
  • The horizon is not level.
  • There is too much orange color in the photo.
  • Cut off elements on the side and the pole in the middle need to be removed.
  • There is too much foreground.

Here is an example of how to improve your photo. Please note that I did this very fast and there are a lot of improvements that still need to be made.
1 (1)-Edit.jpg

 

Best regards, Ralph Lear
Software Engineer and Outdoor Photographer

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Hi @Bàřřý5E21,

The shot is under exposed - too dark along the plants. It is out of focus. You did not implement the technique for landscape photography, hence the forefront blurred. 

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With proper camera settings and landscape technique, this framing could be used for pavement promotion, wall paper, or background.

Best wishes

JG

Photographer and Nutrition Author

 

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