David Margolis

United StatesNYC CT, United States
20
years of
experience
Specialty: Aerial, Architecture, Panoramic, Black & White
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Having spent 30 years as a shooting pro has taught me quite a bit about the business of making images. When I was at photo school there were tons of great photographers. Most of them today are doing something else. The desire wanes and the business aspect of photography was never acquired. Today I shoot 90% aerial work and fill in he rest with architectural work. Like many of us I have embraced the digital world, yet my roots are steeped in film and a "wet" lab. My clients read like the who's who of Commercial Real Estate. Donald Trump, Marriott, W Hotels, Wynn Entertainment etc. Visit my site and drop me a line. David
Photo Critique
Rating
9.7
Photographer: andy meyers
Camera:
Canon EOS 5D
Critiqued by: David Margolis
Andy. This is really a very nice image. You have done most everything right. I might change the composition a little and may want to see this as a square. I don't ...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.4
Photographer: Linda Yee
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XS
Critiqued by: David Margolis
Nice overall shot. Not hard to imagine there are tens of thousands just like it.
Photo Critique
Rating
9.7
Photographer: Linda Yee
Camera:
Canon EOS 5D
Critiqued by: David Margolis
Nice strong contrasty shot
Photo Critique
Rating
9.3
Photographer: Krystal Fouts
Camera:
Fujifilm FinePix S1500
Critiqued by: David Margolis
Very nice and graphic. Would look good as a very large print more so than a small one. Maybe on a metallic paper to get the real depth.
Photo Critique
Rating
6.5
Photographer: Chelsie Heaton
Camera:
Canon EOS 5D
Critiqued by: David Margolis
If it wasn't for the fact that this is another kids shot, and kids are cute I would say that it isn't very good. There is no compelling story here. Just a grab shot a...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.3
Photographer: merizaxx_on
Camera:
Canon PowerShot G11
Critiqued by: David Margolis
Overall I actually think you have the basics of a decent hiking photo. While there are some technical flaws the conversion to B&W holds pretty well.