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Hi Maya, she is undoubtedly a beautiful model. I can place a bet that the picture was not used to advertise boots, but even if that is teh case I would have preferred all of the legs,feet and boots to be in the frame. the light area which is lost at the right of the most right tree could be used on the left to contain the tip of her boots. This bright spot that I refer at can also be cropped because it draws attention from your model. Otherwise your exposure is right. Another solution to put all of her boots in the frame, would be to raise yourself a bit and point the camera downwards.
OK Paul, the way I see it, in terms you might find close to heart.
Three comments my dear friend.
Hi, we'd be delighted if you show some once you have the film developed in the gallery or in Film cameras forum, on topic: 'when it was the last time you have used your camera?'. Sorry about your dad's loss.
It certainly looks big in the frame shydallah.
Hi. I know you didn't miss to capture the bird's eye which is important in such pictures. What you have missed is daylight and blue skies. I think it would have looked better if the colour of the lake's water was not as grey but blue-ish mirroring a clear sky. Your picture includes on the top sixth on the left a rock I suppose rather than a frog. I think you can trim that sixth of the picture horizontally to present the bird on a higher level as well.
Hi and welcome to ephotozine.
I'd wish my hard drive was accessible to retrieve my pictures, lol.
Hi. It must be big but unfortunately there is nothing there to create a sense of proportions, like a human, or dog or a sheep. It must have been photographed from some distance, so it fits your frame. I can't distinguish any direct sunlight although grass on the right seems brighter than the grass on the left. The shooting angle somehow makes me believe this may not be horizontal but the reflection in the water may cause the issue appearing rather than your shooting angle. It looks a bit dark to me but I suppose that is what you would like to achieve, it could match the mood and the age of this antiquated castle. I am surprised you have chosen to shoot under shutter priority mode rather than fully manual or on aperture priority. Unless you wanted to depict some movement of the clouds. Were you trying to record the passing of time?