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By youmightlikethis
recent pic up for crit taken in Glasgow museum of modern art so what is wrong

Tags: Photo journalism Black and white Specialist and abstract Portraits and people

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This photo is here for critique. Please only comment constructively and with suggestions on how to improve it.


banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3849 Canada
5 Jun 2014 6:33PM
Nothing. Its really good.



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dudler Plus
14 680 1288 England
5 Jun 2014 10:41PM
I wonder if questions should always be challenging, and arguably confrontational?

I like this - though I am sure that there are holes one could pick. But would doing so, when the result is a good picture, be much to the point?
thanks for crits and comments
Coast 10 1.6k 292 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2014 7:30AM
Ian - this is a fine picture you have created with a suitable title. As Willie and John have said, there is little to critique and any changes would not be because anything is wrong but around personal preference. Lots of good technique on display here such as the composition, choice of format and presentation.

If I were to play around with the processing side of this I'd experiment a little with the tonality. Not to change it much, if at all from this here, but just to see the effect of increasing contrast, decreasing contrast, deepening the blacks.... Only to settle on what would work best for me, which, would very likely be not different to your presentation.

Good work. A bit different from your street photography although in the same vein of candid portraiture however presented in a very thoughtful way. One of your best I think.

paulbroad 10 123 1234 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2014 8:40AM
Yes, effective. Would leave it as is.


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