Period 6 POV Critique & Vote

Critique 3 photos by clicking on the particular photos you wish to comment on. Post responses to the questions below as a comment to the photo. Remember to type your answers into a Word doc first, then copy into the post.

Please answer the following questions in paragraph format when typing your critique:

  • What made you choose this photo (what did you notice?)
  • Describe the point of view (is it ants eye, birds eye, or something else?)
  • Do you think the Point of View helps make the image interesting? How or why?
  • Does the photo look like it was edited (crop/ image adjustments), or did it come straight out of the camera?
  • Do you think this is a unique idea, or something anyone could think of?
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10 thoughts on “Period 6 POV Critique & Vote

  1. jacob green

    i chose it cause it was mine
    i likr how they used the car
    both aunts view
    yes because make it look larger then it is
    mine yes and the car one no
    both i dont think anyone could think of

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  2. 6 - Andrea Betea

    – What I noticed in the photo I voted for was its uniqueness and color.
    – The point of view is at a low angle/ taken on the ground.
    – I definitely think that the point of view makes the image more interesting. If it was just a picture taken regularly, it would’ve been a plain and boring picture. Using point of view drew my attention to the specific object and its surroundings.
    – I think the photo might have been cropped however, it definitely looks like the colors in the image were edited. I really liked how the edited the image.
    – I think their image for point of view was a unique idea. You could tell by the image that they used their creativity to capture a perfect point of view image.

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  3. 6 Little-Hawk

    I chose #5, 6, and 17. I chose #5 because it has nice shading, with a bright blue in the background which makes it even better. It’s just an overall simple clean example of POV. I also chose #6 for multiple reasons one, that it was my photo. Also, because it’s a unique photo cool photo. The last one I also thought was a great photo was #17 because it’s a really clean bird’s eye view and even had the flower in it to make it more amusing to look at.

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  4. 6 david hinds

    What made you choose this photo (what did you notice?) cause it looks dope!

    Describe the point of view (is it ants eye, birds eye, or something else?) the shoes

    Do you think the Point of View helps make the image interesting? How or why? Yes cause you pay attention to the shoes and not the background.

    Does the photo look like it was edited (crop/ image adjustments), or did it come straight out of the camera? No.

    Do you think this is a unique idea, or something anyone could think of? Anyone could really think of this.

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  5. 6 haley miller

    What made you choose this photo (what did you notice?)
    I like the use of rule of thirds
    Describe the point of view (is it ants eye, birds eye, or something else?)
    It was ants eye
    Do you think the Point of View helps make the image interesting? How or why?
    Yes because it puts the subject in a more flattering spot than the middle
    Does the photo look like it was edited (crop/ image adjustments), or did it come straight out of the camera?
    It looks like it was edited a little bit.
    Do you think this is a unique idea, or something anyone could think of?
    It is kind of basic but I like it.

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  6. 6_daniel dahlin

    #3 because i liked the way it looked into the lamp it is ants eye and came out of camera.
    #16 because it looks like eagle eye veiw and looks like it came out of camera.
    #17 because it is a sideveiw.

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  7. 6 Oscar Barajas

    I chose photos 10, 13, and 17 because they provided a unique perspective that isn’t easily captured. Picture 10 is of a beam supporting the school taken from the bottom. 13 is from a high angle which displays the entirety of the wolf/trophy display area. 17 is of a flower through blades of grass. I think the point of view in all these photos vastly improves our interest in the subject. A support beam, a flower, and the trophy display aren’t very interesting from a stagnant point of view, but are from a higher, or lower perspective. 10 is the only one with any noticeable edits, but they seem very appropriate. I feel as though picture 10 is the only idea that is very original, I wouldn’t of thought that a school support beam would be an interesting subject.

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  8. 6-Eric DeGante

    What made you choose this photo (what did you notice?)
    Describe the point of view (is it ants eye, birds eye, or something else?)
    Do you think the Point of View helps make the image interesting? How or why?
    Does the photo look like it was edited (crop/ image adjustments), or did it come straight out of the camera?
    Do you think this is a unique idea, or something anyone could think of?

    What made me choose this photo is that it is very unique. What I noticed about the picture is that the angle it was shot at is very unique as well. Although the angle is a birds eye, it is tilted which makes it unique. The point of view makes the photo very interesting because if it was just a straight shot photo then I feel it would be boring. I don’t think that the photo was edited or cropped. It came straight from the camera. I think that the photo is unique because nobody would think of it.

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