1/14/2013 08:29:39 am

From what I learned last year you could try taking even better by making macro shots and they are really close up shots and it is only focused on what you want. Lastly, you could take different cool shot by making the thing you want to take a picture of in the top or bottom corners of the grid on your camera if it has that option. Hope I made sense.

1/14/2013 09:50:12 am

@ judy moody

Last year our class did a lot of photography and I learned that taking photos from different angles turn out to look good, also if you put something behind the image like a stripped background or something and blurred out the background that would also look nice. But you did a great job on your photo gallery post.

1/14/2013 09:05:50 am

Wow @JudyMoody! I really love your pictures and I love photography as well. You have inspired me to update my photography page. I liked your plane photo, and I actually have one that I took just like it! Anyways, I thought the photos you took were really good, but to make them even better, you should try to use different skills. We did a photography unit last year, so most of the grade 7 know. But since you may not, here is a great link! It will definitely help you improve, because it sure helped me.
This link is just about macro photography, but you can find some others if you search it.
Here's some macro shots.


1/14/2013 09:07:56 am

Another skill!
I also mentioned a few in my Animoto, if you want to look at some. :)

1/14/2013 09:18:26 am

These pictures are quite good but maybe you could try taking special pictures like a very close-up of a leaf while being able see the others in the background with different kinds of perspectives.

1/14/2013 09:42:08 am

those ribs looked good. were they?

1/14/2013 09:50:42 am

@Judy Moody Good job on your photos and also try to take some side shot's and angle one's as well but other wise Great job on the photography.

Spongebob Squarepants
1/14/2013 10:18:33 am

@ Judy moody, those are some good pictures. But it would be even better if you got pictures from different angles. And I have a question: why do you like some of those pictures?

1/14/2013 10:26:03 am

@ Judy Moody

I really like your use of perspective in the wall climbing photo. If you could use that technique for other objects/subjects as well, it would make your photos stand out more =)

For example, for the picture with your nails, try putting your hand on the table, and taking a picture from the side view instead of from the top view~

1/14/2013 10:36:56 am

@judy moody why don't you take some pictures from different angles and different perspectives. Why do you like the pictures that you took and where are some of the pictures from (where did you take the pictures).

1/14/2013 10:47:44 am


I really like the idea of your photo blog. i think i will also do somthing like this with my website. You should update your site with a new picture everyday

1/14/2013 11:06:56 am

I like your pictures, they are very creative and interesting, like tarantula, the ribs look good. Maybe you could use photojojo lenses like Mr. Hong.

1/14/2013 11:07:29 am

Maybe also at different angles.

1/14/2013 11:16:41 am

You took a lot of great pictures but you could probably take clear pictures and maybe try and blur out the back grounds it might make the pictures look more creative, but awesome photos.

1/14/2013 11:30:46 am

@ Everyone - I wonder if Judy Moody will respond to your comments tonight? :)

1/14/2013 12:01:13 pm

Love your photos one of my favourites were the one of when I were on an airplane
A suggestion would be to pipit titles on all of your photos

Pooh Bear
1/14/2013 12:42:00 pm

Hi Judy Moody! Your pictures look amazing, but I have just a couple suggestions for you. All of the pictures seem kind of random, for example first theres one where you are on a plane then their is one with food, by the way that food looks so yummy! Any way, what I'm trying to get here is maybe you could organize all the pictures so that it looks organized because whhen I first saw them I was a little confused, but they still look awesome. Another suggestion I have is to tell what, when, where the pictures where taken. On some of them you did say, but there were some images that I wanted to know more about. Other than that I think your website looks great and so does the photo gallary! :)

1/14/2013 12:46:39 pm

@ Judy Moody

As I was uploading my own photo gallery (http://hillcrestmsfei.weebly.com/photography.html), I thought of more tips! =)

I agree with Pooh Bear about the organization, maybe try organizing the pictures by theme?

Also, here's a tip to make your photo gallery look more uniform (notice how the horizontal and vertical pictures don't fit too well together). When you are editing your photo gallery, on the toolbar where you can "add image", there's a "cropping" drop down menu- if you select "square", weebly will automatically crop all your picture previews to square, so that both the horizontal and vertical pictures look more uniform =)

Rainbow Factory Dash
1/14/2013 01:42:17 pm

I approve of the fact that I can't see any JB stuff on here.
+1 respect

G Heffley
1/15/2013 12:15:02 am

I really like all of your photos but maye next time try to get rid of all of the blurry pictures and in some of the pictures I can see a reflection of the person taking the photos.

1/15/2013 01:21:39 am

Nice pics but you forgot to add the websites were you got the pics.

1/15/2013 10:01:24 am

@Princessa I actually did add where I got the pictures, almost all of the are pictures I took my self.


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