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Jun

postedbyYousef

We have a reader, `zEzO !, who is a beginner in photography like myself. He has some photos he’d like to share with rest of us so we can all help provide some kind of critique. Here are his photos:

Look into the gallery and make sure post your comment, tell him what you think.

Hope this helps `zEzO ! šŸ˜‰

 

This entry was posted on Wednesday, June 18th, 2008 at 12:50 am

12 Responses to “He Wants Your Opinion”

  1. loco says:

    walla shakelhoom very very nice kelhoom !!! ma 3ada wa7da minhom ely ehya
    zezo-1 keleesh mala da3y šŸ˜›

    bas el bagy walla 7elween !!!

    keep it up :)

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  2. Ansam says:

    Love the one with the VW beetle… its like saying, I dont want to miss on life’s color even if everything around me is black and white!

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  3. mohammed al-aslawi says:

    wala all are good, i do have a question though regarding the VW beetel how did he manage to make it colorful while leaving the surrounding stuff black and white? ive always wanted to know this since i am planing to buy me a canon 400 EOS soon and i do hope that it has this option

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  4. [He]speaks says:

    loving the beetle really. . šŸ˜‰

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  5. :::ShoSho::: says:

    They are good and i love the beetle especially..

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  6. pumkinah says:

    r u using photoshop ? … personally i didn’t like the flowers pictures bs the rest wow i thought its a post card picture or some thing :)

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  7. technogal says:

    I loved zezo5 shot! and of course all of the pics are amazing :)

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  8. 7zaya says:

    I really like wh he did with the photograph with the beetle although I wish that the trees were less fuzzy. I also liked the black background against the bright yellow flower.

    I think if he does those kinds of photos where he takes something out of nature and adds a distinctly bright color to it or something futuristic it can be really creative and more interesting than just capturing something as is.

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  9. Abdul Aziz says:

    those are some good pics , but if u want my opinion i think u can do alot more from these pics with some more edditing by photoshop , but thats my opinion.if u need any help just ask me and i’ll try to do my best =)

    u can c my work over here : http://www.flickr.com/photos/al-modaf/

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  10. Abdul Aziz says:

    btw if ur a windows user or a mac user and u dont know how to use photoshop that good use either one of the following :
    1-lightroom
    2-aperture

    in my opinion they give u gr8 results , but i think aperture is available for mac users only im not sure about the windows users , but lightroom is available for both

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  11. `zEzO! says:

    hello everyone,
    first of all id like to thank Yousef for hosting my pics in this blog and giving the opportunity to get some live feedback which was very beneficial to me, and also i would like to very much thank the readers for there great comments and feedback which made me very happy :) … because now i know i am on the right track šŸ˜‰ … and again thank you Yousef and everyone

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  12. joe says:

    I think in all honesty that its a good start but you have to know what direction you want to take either a photographer or a graphic designer. The best way to learn art at the beginning is to copy. Find a professional photographer that you like and mimic the style (you can find many professionals here : http://www.masters-of-photography.com/). Be very objective with your photography OR abstract just make sure you always have a point behind what you shoot. Another very important item that bothers me with many Kuwaiti photographers is the lack of depth and meaning in a photo. Most photos I see by Kuwaiti photographers on flickr or other sites are “good photos” in the sense of framing, lighting, colors etc but most times than not lack the depth. Most times its a picture of a flower or a car or a sunset etc. My advice to you is not to be a typical kuwaiti photographer. Benchmark yourself to real international photographers. Hope that helps, all the best.

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