EU: Viewer’s Verdict 6

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Have your verdict on this snapshot by Puspa Shrestha.
Good or bad? Like it or loathe it? Try some riddle of photography.
Your verdicts could be one of ‘3 Best Verdicts’.

The Aim of this series:

  1. To help viewers to view picture in a photographic perspective.
  2. To help aspiring, hobbyist, or amateur photographer to have constructive feedback on their work.
  3. To create an interactive platform for everyone who are fond of photography here in EU.
  4. To motivate viewers to make constructive comment.

If you have some best ‘Snapshot’ email us at euvv@everestuncensored.org and get other EU Viewer’s Verdict to learn photography. Please attach only one picture in JPEG format per email and include your full name and write which type of camera, where and why you took the photo. Please maintain the size of your picture at good resolution for better viewing. And yes don’t forget to name your snapshot (caption).

Every snapshot in this series gets Shutterbug’s constructive comment to enhance your photography skill. This will be publish in next month’s Shutterbug: EU Viewer’s Verdict series.

EU: Viewer’s Verdict 6 was last modified: June 14th, 2009 by Shutterbug

Blog Comments

  1. Shutterbug

    Thank you all for dropping your verdict. Sorry this time I am late in announcing three best verdicts of this EUVV series. Better late then never, I guess.

    Please click here to see 3 Best EU: Viewer’s Verdicts

  2. samir_insurer

    Everyone smiling in the picture also made me smile pleasantly. Different Smiley Expressions of the children are the one of the most attractions in this shot. Don’t know whether it was a planned shot or a snapshot.

    Had Mr/Mrs/Ms. Puspa Shrestha composed the shot by cropping the excess spot in the left side & upper side with a bit of low angle it would have been a “Technically Correct Shot”. Subsequently, excessive white & bright colors in Background sometimes make picture bit harsh unless it was taken in front of excessive whitish lights, snowfalls, Sea bla….bla….. But, Mr/Mrs/Ms. Shrestha might not have got plenty of time to think all about during the shot. Keeping all those notes in view, I give my both “Thumbs Up” to Mr/Mrs/Ms. Puspa Shrestha. Keep on Photographing.

  3. Kishor

    “The ideas which photographer gets from comments by viewers from different walk of life definitely prepare her/him to snap well next time. ” Shutterbug said it very well last time, and here I’m making this comment considering the same.
    It’s obvious that we tend to comment on pictures regarding what we see and how we like to see. In this snapshot of Puspa Shrestha, the expression in the faces is very nice and candid. It certainly gives a good feeling to viewer. What this picture lacks is proper composition. This picture would look wonderful if photographer would have included front part of scooty, avoiding blank space on the rear side, which is a bit distracting.
    To see lot of pictures and try to understand the idea behind the image always helps to improve us. All the best to the photographer and happy clicking.

  4. asthu

    great picture ! the power of unity. even if there’s seat for three persons at the most but the power of unity can drag on all others who are not on board (though in that scooty and that makes it -onscooty)

  5. suresh

    Mood, concept and expressions every thing is great. But not a great composition.
    Some space in the right and bottom to tightly framing the whole scooter along with the children would have made this shot WOW…

  6. Anil Shrestha

    Nice Snapshot. Snapshot reflects that younger generations from small kids to teenage boys are fond of bike riding.

  7. Erose

    Nice shot! Seems all are having loads of fun. Hope scooter was little bit longer so that everyone could sit.

  8. Photo Fanatic

    Very cheerful snapshot by Puspa. Thought of snapping such a funfill moment is praise worthy. Some more wide view (full vew of bike) I think would bring full picture of joy those riders are having. Lovely indeed and riders are all lively.

    By the way, I am wondering whether photographer ever thought of sending this snapshot to manafacture of that bike. May be they can publish this snapshot for their market promotion. Hehe ;)

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