Period 5 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?

11 thoughts on “Period 5 POV Critique & Vote

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  2. mehrija selava

    What made you choose this photo (what did you notice?)- that the POV was in the middle and it was the first thing i focused on when i saw the photos
    Describe the point of view (is it ants eye, birds eye, or something else?) something else
    Do you think the Point of View helps make the image interesting? How or why? yes because it helps me focus right onto the main point and not the surroundings
    Does the photo look like it was edited (crop/ image adjustments), or did it come straight out of the camera? it looks edited a little
    Do you think this is a unique idea, or something anyone could think of? something anyone couldve thought of.

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  3. 5 Tan Kieu

    I chose 6,11 and 10 because those photos have great point of view. Those photos have ants and birds eyes. Point of View helps make the photo really alot more interesting. It shows how the object we see everyday in a different angles. Most of the photos was edited. Those photos are really special, and cool.

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  4. ryan mcquown period 5

    photo number 7, ryan mcquown period 5
    i had chose this photo because it clearly outlines the turtle necklace on the fence
    the point of veiw is angled up to get the clairity of the entire sky and the turtle
    it makes it interesting because, personally i havent seen anything like it
    the photo looks like it has a little saturation editing and some tint to it
    i belive this is a uniqe idea

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  5. donavan brock

    5. donavan brock I chose 2, 3, 6 the reason i really liked these is they gave you a differnt perspective on unquie pictures. #2 is an birds eye view that most people dont see unless your in a plane. I think all pov are great and really bring out all 3 of these pictures.

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  6. Robert Meadors

    Rob Meadors Per5
    1) The color is very strong and the way the sun shines trough the leaves
    2) Ants view
    3) Yes because it shows good depth and points out the good image
    4) Yes the colors look like they were brought out more. Croped also
    5) Anyone

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  7. Logan Terry

    Logan Terry
    2-25-15
    Digital photography
    Period 5

    What made you choose this photo I choose 1,6,11 I noticed nature and the focal point of the lines.
    Describe the point of view number 1 is a upward view, 6 is a center view with cars on the sides, 11 is an ants view looking straight up the corner of a brick wall.
    Do you think the Point of View helps make the image interesting? Yes I do the point of view can change the emotion of the photo and good angles of the subject make better pictures.
    Does the photo look like it was edited (crop/ image adjustments), or did it come straight out of the camera? Number 1 looks natural, number 6 was blurred to focus on the phone in the middle. And then number 11 looks like it was lightened up to see the image better.
    Do you think this is a unique idea, or something anyone could think of?
    Yes they are simple pictures but they look good and fit the grading criteria.

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  8. 5. Olivia Agard

    4. The texture and details of the bark was the thing that I really liked the most. This is an ant’s eye view. I do think the POV makes it interesting. It shows off the branches of the tree, so it adds more interest to the image. I can’t really tell if the image was edited or not, so I can’t say, but I think that there should be more saturation, because there is a bunch of brown, and I think some color would look nice. I would consider this as something unique, because they could have shot it at a different angle, or focused on a different point.

    7. I was instantly drawn to the photo because of the pop of color that the turtle pendant provided. It added a nice touch to the photo. This is an ants eye view, but in a really cool perspective. The POV really makes the photo really interesting. If it was just a straight shot, or a bird’s eye shot, I don’t think it would have worked as well. The image does look edited, but it’s really just nice touch-ups. I noticed that the image looks really warm, which actually works very well. I don’t really think it’s all that unique, but I think that this was executed very well.

    11. The brick wall was the first thing I saw. It’s just a really nice splash of color, and I really love the lines and angles that it brings to the image. It seems like an ant’s eye, but I also think it’s a really nice bird’s eye POV. This really makes the image interesting, because of the perspective in which they shot it. This image was not edited, but I don’t think it needed to be touched up, because it looks really awesome the way it is. This is a very unique idea, and I don’t know if someone else could execute it as well as this.

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  9. Vanessa Brown

    5 Vanessa Brown
    I voted for photos 1,2 & 11
    One of the first things I noticed about all 3 of my favorite photos was the lighting. I chose these photos because they were the most appealing while still representing POV. In photos 1 and 11 the POV is ant’s eye, in photo 2 the POV is bird’s eye. Yes the POV makes the photos interesting because it provides a view of something that we normally see in a different way. All photos (1, 2 &11) look like small edits were made to adjust color and lighting and maybe cropping, but nothing to change the original image too much. Photo 1 provides a pretty common idea while 2 and 11 are unique and not something everyone could think of.

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  10. 5 Dennis Hozan

    • 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?

    I chose photos 3,6,11 because I liked how it was completely from a different perspective. The point of view is ant’s eye. I think the point of view helps make it interesting because it gives you another way of seeing things from an objects perspective. The photos looked like it came straight out of the camera, very original. I think it’s somewhere in between unique and anyone could think of.

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  11. 5 anna fedorova

    I choose one, two and seven because they look like the photos that show point of the viewer and portray it differently from things like taking a picture of the things from the side, giving the illusion its not ordinary. One was birds eye view showing the details of the object in clear vision, having the tree having great saturation and sunny. Two was a birds eye view showing the hydrant clear. Seven shows the ants view, not mouse but ants, making a creative from below photo. Point of view is very important for interest added to things like make a space needle look different, by using a different point of view. They don’t need to have any cropping done but they probably did since, they look really good. The seventh photo is really super ant kind of photo.

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