• First image on the Home page is quite dark with no contrast. Is it supposed to be like this?
• Second image (River and Dundas?): how important are the No Stopping
signs? This picture is not as good as the first image.
• Third picture (Caribana): how important is that big banner? Shouldn't the picture be about the guy with the flag or the people playing the drums? The banner detracts from the picture.
• Fourth picture: how important is the guy in the MARSHALL
t-shirt? The woman's face is mostly shadow which kills any expression she might have.
In pictures like this, don't be afraid to shoot a tight picture of the performer's sparkly, make-up-covered face. Use a long lens, or walk up, smile and say you'd like to photograph their great face. Most performers in this parade are happy to be photographed- they spent time and money on their costumes are are proud to show them off.
• A dead kid in a minivan
• Yellow Caribana picture of a woman picking her nose
• Many pictures need to be cropped to exclude extraneous stuff which isn't part of the picture. Some pictures need better contrast/brightness.
• If you're going to use film scans, you probably should remove the dust spots. Example: the people crossing Bay/Front Streets: the big guy right in the front of the picture has a long piece of dust on his lips and other spots on his nose and clothes. Photo also lacks contrast.
• CN Tower photo: try another crop and run the picture horizontal.
• The Galleries
links don't work.