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Unread 10-23-2013, 09:39 PM   #1
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Photo critiques?

hello! I recently began doing cosplay photography, and did a few shoots at New York Comic Con.
I have several pictures here ; http://cornking.tumblr.com/tagged/myphotos

I recently got a new camera (I bought a t3i to replace my old d80), so it was a bit weird to shoot with, but i wanted to know if anyone could give me suggestions on the areas i need to improve in? The area I think I mainly struggle with are low-light situations (the feferi/eridan pictures were done at night and was probably my worst shoot which is why i dont have very many pictures from it; i have another here ) ; i literally can't get pictures to come out right (although that may just be me not knowing how to do certain things on my camera yet). i'd really appreciate critique, thank you!
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Unread 10-29-2013, 02:14 PM   #2
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hello! I recently began doing cosplay photography, and did a few shoots at New York Comic Con.
I have several pictures here ; http://cornking.tumblr.com/tagged/myphotos

I recently got a new camera (I bought a t3i to replace my old d80), so it was a bit weird to shoot with, but i wanted to know if anyone could give me suggestions on the areas i need to improve in? The area I think I mainly struggle with are low-light situations (the feferi/eridan pictures were done at night and was probably my worst shoot which is why i dont have very many pictures from it; i have another here ) ; i literally can't get pictures to come out right (although that may just be me not knowing how to do certain things on my camera yet). i'd really appreciate critique, thank you!
i wondered why no one commented but I think it's because you didnt' give a specific photo for the photogs to critique? most others do.

(I don't know anything about photography so yeah ^^ i liked how clear everything is but the some of the shots look the similar samish angle. (possibly because most people pose the same way?) There's not much you can do with low lighting situation except maybe move to another place or make your own light. (I think?)

not sure if this is even help ><
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Unread 10-30-2013, 06:51 PM   #3
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Ahh yeah I forgot to specify since i couldnt figure out how to edit the post aha;; i mainly wanted a critique on the few photos i have of the homura !!
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