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JakeTPegg Apr 26, 2004 1:48 PM

Constructive [or Destructive] Critisism Required
Hi Guys
I am new to photography, I have just purchased [2mnths ago] a Panasonic FZ10 digicam and I am having a tremendous amount of fun with it, and I would appreciate a bit of critisism of some of my shots. I have uploaded a few to a Webshots site [see below].
Although not all are "landscape category", most are, therefore my interest in this part of the forum

Many Thanks


Apr 26, 2004 2:15 PM

I didnt even have to open the thumbnails to see that you have some great work here. I'm not a technical critic, but gorgeous is not adequate.....

photosbyvito Apr 26, 2004 2:18 PM

very nice pictures!!
a lot of them were very dramatic! and well composed!

i can't think of any critizism....sry :(

digcamfan Apr 26, 2004 9:49 PM

Hi JakeT...

Welcome to the forum :)

Gorgeous gallery you have a great talent.

Just curious...How close are you to the escarpments
of Cape Town and Table Mountain?

Joshua B Apr 26, 2004 10:49 PM

Your landscape photos reek of awesomeness!

photosbyvito Apr 26, 2004 10:50 PM


Originally Posted by Joshua B
Your landscape photos reek of awesomeness!

interesting way of putting it ;) lol
but the truth.....

Joshua B Apr 26, 2004 10:57 PM

Yup, this guy is good.

JakeTPegg Apr 26, 2004 11:26 PM

I am humbled by you comments, thank you fo the input.
digcamfan, we live about 2000 km from Cape Town [a bit far], but perhaps a visit one day would be in order. Coming up this year is a treat for my wife and I, we celebrate our 25th anniversary, and we have booked into the Kruger National Park for THREE WEEKS -WOW, should make for some interesting shots.

Once again, thank you for the kind words



chuck biddinger Apr 28, 2004 7:13 AM

Re: Constructive [or Destructive] Critisism Required

Originally Posted by JakeTPegg
Hi Guys
I am new to photography,

You are "new" to photography? Very good work!

calr Apr 28, 2004 12:15 PM

Are you sure you are a beginner. I would have to say that you have a good mastery of your camera and have already developed an excellent photographers eye.

I have an excellent book called "The Art of Seeing". It is all about developing the ability to see a photograph in any scene or situation. I don't think you need it!

As others have said, your photographs are excellent. The composition, color, exposure, are outstanding. Keep up the good work.

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