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Constuctive Critique

roelf > roelf Blog > Constuctive Critique
21/02/2010 - 3:21 PM



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Today I submitted a photo of the Mont Blanc range, and Im must say I was pleased with it. As always I look forward to the clicks and comments of other Ephoto members, especially when it comes to constructive criticism.
This is the photo I submitted;

mont-blanc3.jpg

Then comes along this bloke by the name of Mudge, a wierd geeza if you ask me and starts to criticise my photo Wink . Well I ask you what could I do but follows his tips to the letter, and hey presto a greatly improved version;
Here you can read Mudges comments;

"Fabulous snowscape image, which looks really good when viewed large!
The only thing I have to say about it is that there seems to be a blueish tint throughout (maybe due to altitude and U/V light and all that jazz!!!!). I would suggest trying to reduce the blue, by tweaking the Blue Channel Saturation Control until the snow appears white."

mont-blanc3a.jpg

Mudges critique was superb, He not only gave a possible reason for the critique but more importantly told me how I could fix the problem.

Mudge, Thank You

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colmar
colmar  742 forum posts Scotland35 Constructive Critique Points
21 Feb 2010 - 6:56 PM

He generally does know what and why ! He has also critiqued ( correctly ) for me too Smile

Colin

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