15 Responses to “First Critique”

  1. 1 kerrisenno
    January 14, 2010 at 9:27 am


    I found this photo when searching on Google. I am starting a blog about baseball, and if I mentioned a link to your page in the about section, could I use this photo in my header? I haven’t started anything yet really, right now just trying to get a design i like, so let me know.



  2. 2 Miranda Lynch
    March 19, 2009 at 12:41 pm

    Technical: 8
    The contrast and colors look really good and so does the lighting.

    Composition: 7
    The center of interest is the ball which is what its supposed to be and it looks really good.and the colors in the pictures really make the ball pop.

    Impact: 5
    Its ok but i dont really feel like it has much to offer.It is very unique but it could be more interesting..

    Commercial Viability: 6
    This would be good for something for basebeall but thats all it is very good quality work.

    Grade 6.5/10 as seen in

  3. 3 luis Vela
    February 19, 2009 at 12:47 pm

    Technical: 9
    The contrast between the baseball and the blacktop is amazing. The baseball really pops out from the rest of the image. Also, the depth of field is amazing, everything is not in focus except for the ball.

    Composition: 8
    My eyes go right to the ball. The range of colors is also pretty good. The ball really just slightly overpowers the rest of the image.

    Impact: 6
    This is very good image, yet to me it is not a photo that will be burned into my memory for the rest of life. Props for taking an amazing picture, but I will probably never look at it again.

    Commercial Viability: 6
    This would maybe make a baseball poster, but it won’t be the next Nike Swoosh.

    Grade 7.25/10 as seen in

    (generated by the G&C helper)

  4. 4 Tiffany Yanoupeth
    February 17, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    Technical: 9
    This shows a great depth of field and you know what your eyes should be looking at without having to think about what the main focus point is.
    Composition: 10
    The was a use of rule of thirds was used well. Also the ball looks like you can actually touch it if you reached for the picture.
    Impact: 9
    This is a picture that I think I would remember if I was walking around in an art gallery. The laces of the ball is as if you you can feel the bumpiness of them if you wanted to reach out and touch them.
    Commercial Viability: 10
    This would go well with a baseball or sport advertisment.
    Grade 9.5/10 as seen in

    (generated by the G&C helper)

  5. February 12, 2009 at 1:51 pm

    Technical: 8
    Beautiful color balance and contrast.

    Composition: 9
    the colors of the threading on the ball draw my eyes to the ball no matter where i look. And the great use of depth of field.

    Impact: 9
    I think this photo is a big eyecatcher because of the technique.

    Commercial Viability: 8
    This would be perfect for a poster, calendar, or advertisment.

    Grade 8.5/10 as seen in

    (generated by the G&C helper)

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