Friday Photo Critique is our weekly community project, where we publish a photograph submitted by one of our wonderful readers, then ask you all to offer constructive feedback on the image. It’s a great way to learn more about photography, express your viewpoint, and have your own image critiqued!
Quick Ground Rules
- Play nice! We’ve deliberately chosen photographs that aren’t perfect, so please be constructive with any criticism.
- Feel free to offer any type of advice – composition, lighting, post-processing etc.
- You can also link to photographs that you feel offer a great example of this type of image shot exceptionally well.
Without further ado, here is this week’s candidate for Friday Photo Critique!
Photo Details & Inspiration
- Nikon D90
- ISO 200
- Used a tripod
I added some curves adjustment in two parts, one to the mid and foreground and one to the background. I wanted the mountains and clouds to really *pop.* I wish I could have got a little bit more of the mountains however there were some nasty buildings on the left that would have ruined the photo if I would have changed perspective.
This was my first time to Colorado and I had never really experienced a real white winter so I took the opportunity to do some landscapes since I'm busy doing event work most of the time. I wasn't aiming for anything too spectacular, just something to show to my friends that would make them jealous of my vacation.
Photographer: Brandon Willis
Please let us know what you think in the comments – how would you have approached the scene or taken the photo differently? A massive thank you to everyone who commented last week.
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