- Oct 1, 2020
- Photography Experience
- Photo Editing Experience
- Edit my images ?
If that is what you want I will refer the issue to an Admin, I do however believe Highlanders intention was not to be condescending or patronising but merely to be constructive and I am sure that the critique took some time to put together. Both Highlander and Minor Problem are highly skilled landscaper's and their experience and willingness to help other members with detailed constructive critique should be seen for what it is even if we don't necessarily agree with it.Mods, with immediate effect I wish to terminate my membership and any association with this site.
Aye, no accounting for some folk. To some, any well meaning constructive criticism is their kryptonite.Wow, can't believe that. Your reply was most appropriate Scott, and you'd put a lot of time and effort in to help out the OP.
It's a shame my response got moderated....Aye, no accounting for some folk. To some, any well meaning constructive criticism is their kryptonite.
In all honesty Mr. Jones appears to be a photographer of many accolades, though not in the landscape genre. But when you present a picture titled 'I am not a landscape photographer' of such low quality with standards to match processed in an amateurish ham fisted fashion what other assumption would one make other than a beginner in need of some pointers. Had I known Mr. Jones regarded himself in great esteem I'd have been harsher in my comments because the picture is atrocious by most standards. I'll likely not comment further as Peter Jones appears to have flounced off therefore has no right of reply.
I think Peter was far too "advanced" to accept constructive criticism in the spirit it was intended.
The number of times we see someone new who puts "advanced" and then acts similarly to this, too many times.Oops...had no idea Mr. Jones was advanced, at least the picture title was accurate.