Can't wait to get your opinion

posted on 29th of august, 2012

As an enthusiastic beginner I want your opinion on my 2nd and 3rd accepted files to this site.

What do you think?

Comments (10)

Posted by Egomezta on August 29, 2012
They are good images, but for microstock they seem to have poor lighting. They have potential.
Posted by Hafakot on August 29, 2012
I really appreciate your comments !
Posted by Astormfr on August 29, 2012
nice shot.

I totaly agree with Parkinsonsniper. In top of that, I find them a bit underexposed.

Posted by Rosariomanzo on August 29, 2012
I like them both, great advices anyway.
Posted by Parkinsonsniper on August 29, 2012
You need more copyspace for the pencils. the un-isolated image and small copyspace (blank area for text etc) limits the usefulness. Second picture: altough the background is out of focus, it is still too complicated and background and objects colors are harmonic, which makes hard to distinguish the object. They can still sell :) but you need some improvement and it's very normal. You are very new :) welcome to DT :)
Posted by Martingraf on August 29, 2012
well, what about then saying, there's a bit work to do on the lightning and think from the view of the buyer, does this sell?? the biggest challenge in life is to be honest but also encouraging - tough, I know, and I probably fail myself heaps of times ;)
Posted by Costasz on August 29, 2012
my 2nd and 3rd pics were lousy. I'm trying to be realistic and help the man.
Posted by Hafakot on August 29, 2012
I accept the opinion though a bit a shame to admit i was not point and shooting those pics. It took me some time to get those shots (out of about 10 each).
Posted by Martingraf on August 29, 2012
Don't share that opinion at all- I reckon the picture with the girl holding the pencils has the potential to sell well and considering that they are the 2nd and 3rd accepted files I think they are really great - would like to look up your 2nd and 3rd pic "Costasz"!
Posted by Costasz on August 29, 2012
Poor lighting and limited commercial value for both.

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