Nanette Reid

ThailandBangkok, Thailand
20
years of
experience
Specialty: Architecture, Black & White, Commercial, Documentary
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Nanette Reid is an Australian architectural photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand. She specialises in creating innovative architectural images for the architectural industry. Nanette has worked in the photographic industry for over 20 years, working both in the UK and Australia. From 2004 - 2010, Nanette worked as a member of a team which photographed some of the world's leading hotels and resorts, throughout Asia, the UK, Europe, the USA, the Middle East and South East Asia regions. Nanette is a recipient of several international photography awards and holds an Advanced Diploma in Commercial Photography. Artistic works are held in both corporate and private arenas.
Photo Critique
Rating
8.6
Photographer: Lee Ackers
Camera: FinePix HS30EXR
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Hi Lee, This is a great shot that works extremely well. I like the flare in the shot - it adds a little "spark" to the final image, and helps to tie it all together....
Photo Critique
Rating
7.7
Photographer: Dennis Mojica
Camera:
NIKON D50
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Hi Dennis, This is a really well seen shot that can be improved even more, with just a few adjustments to the DOF & exposure. Still life images offer you a great way...
Photo Critique
Rating
8
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
NIKON D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Hi Leonard. This is a great image and well seen! I'm not sure if you managed to get a good bracket of the scene, but if you did, have a look at those that are about...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.7
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
NIKON D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Hi Leonard, I really do like this shot a lot. I can see a lot of potential with it, that could make it a real winner. Mostly it's in the exposure - the lack of detai...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.6
Photographer: James Veitch
Camera:
Nikon D3X
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Hi James. I really like your shot - it captures the tiger's elegance and grace extremely well. These types of shots are difficult to nail, so I appreciate how tough i...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.6
Photographer: Dakota Sue
Camera:
Canon EOS REBEL T3i
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Hi Sue, you've chosen a great subject to capture and with a few tweaks, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how he will really stand out on your next visit.
Photo Critique
Rating
9.1
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A really great "grab shot" that works extremely well. Leonard, with the slight crop I mentioned, I feel sure the image will get even stronger and you'll find that the...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.3
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard, this is a nicely seen image, and whilst as a full photo, it doesn't quite work, cropping into the wing on the right actually makes for a really nice abstract...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.6
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard, this is a really nice shot - the subject, colours and exposure come together really well. I hope you had the chance to play with your framing and viewpoints,...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.7
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard, this is a great image of Central Park. The whole mix of colour, texture, tone and lighting have come together beautifully to produce an outstanding image. Co...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.7
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard, a well seen still life that has produced a nice, peaceful image.
Photo Critique
Rating
9.4
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard this is a really nice image and I think with a few adjustments it will be an extremely nice still life and fine art piece.
Photo Critique
Rating
9.1
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Edward, you've definitely made this shot much stronger by cropping tighter on the original. By taking the advice offered previously, this image captures the raw power...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.9
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
If you look at your previous image and this one, I'm sure you'll see how even the slightest changes can improve the final images completely. Edward, it's great to se...
Photo Critique
Rating
7
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
I think these sculptures show a lot of promise, Edward. With some adjustments to the time of day, the angle of lighting and composition, this shot could produce a nic...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.3
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V-Lux
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
This is a nice image that has loads of potential. Edward, with just a few tweaks to the time of day you choose to shoot this type of subject and your composition, the...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.5
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Edward, overall this is a nice sunset image. With some tweaks to your technique, I feel confident that your photography will continue to improve and shooting these ty...
Photo Critique
Rating
8
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V-Lux 12
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
The subject matter is truly interesting, but the composition has let the image down, with regard to its impact. Sometimes concentrating on part of the image is all th...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.9
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard, you're moving ahead really well with your technique. The lighting in this shot is really good and brings out the statues details extremely well. Combine the ...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.3
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V lux
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Edward, you've done extremely well with this image - I could see from my initial view, that you have a good eye for this type of subject. With some small refinements,...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.9
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Edward, overall, this is a really nice image, that captures nature's intricacies well. Some slight refinements will certainly strengthen the image further and make it...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.9
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
I really like this image, and the PS manipulation actually adds to feel of the original photo. The red of the sky works nicely with the angel - almost monochromatic i...
Photo Critique
Rating
10
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A fantastic shot Leonard! The PS process has worked well - it feels a little Infra-Red (Kodak HIE film) and works wonderfully with the subject. With some tweaks, this...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.7
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A great image that says a lot about iconic images. The original is almost 100 years old, but everyone seems to find a new use for it. Leonard you've captured the late...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.9
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A wonderful shot, Leonard! This one has all the elements we've discussed with your other images: lighting, DOF, focus and selected subject resulting in them coming to...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.9
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A very good attempt to venture into an area you aren't familiar with, Leonard. It's always a great idea to step out of your comfort zone to try new things. You certai...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.4
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard, overall this is a really good attempt to capture the subject. You've nailed rear 3/4 lighting to great effect - the leaves have depth, texture and tonal rang...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.9
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A very good attempt to capture these little guys. With a few tweaks to exposure and composition, this shot will improve greatly.
Photo Critique
Rating
8
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard, you've done well to get very nice starting point for a great image. With some adjustments to lighting and composition, this image can be a real winner!!
Photo Critique
Rating
9.3
Photographer: David Brown
Camera:
Nikon D700
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A really nice shot, that doesn't come around often, and when it does, these guys don't stick around for long - as you noted. With a little pre-planning for next time,...
Photo Critique
Rating
10
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard - I love this image! It reminds me a great deal of some of the book covers that I see when I visit my local bookstore here in Thailand. I choose my novels by ...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.9
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A great shot that captures the elements of the macro world very well. Great to hear it stayed around long enough for you to experiment with lighting, DOF and composition.
Photo Critique
Rating
8.7
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
Leonard, overall, this is a nice start to your mini-series editorial. With some tweaking for verticals and horizontals, this image will improve greatly. Look forward ...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.3
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A very good shot, that has been worked nicely with the selection of PS inversion to give it a "monochromatic" feel, and pulled it from its background to stand out.
Photo Critique
Rating
7.7
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A good experiment with a difficult subject. Time of day and zooming in on a specific area would improve this image even further.
Photo Critique
Rating
7.1
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A good attempt at this type of photography - very different from your architectural images. Flowers are really beautiful subjects to photograph, and once you master t...
Photo Critique
Rating
10
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
I love this shot! Great impact and you've captured the scene beautifully. Your visualisation prior to pressing the shutter has paid off greatly. Well done!!
Photo Critique
Rating
8.8
Photographer: Leonard Aschenbrand
Camera:
Nikon D60
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
An interesting take on a familiar subject - well seen and executed.
Photo Critique
Rating
8.4
Photographer: IanWells
Camera:
Nikon D300
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A good attempt at capturing this building from an unexpected perspective!
Photo Critique
Rating
9.3
Photographer: Alberto Castro
Camera:
Nikon D3000
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
A very good attempt to capture the features of this particular building. With some slight tweaks, this image can be a real winner.
Photo Critique
Rating
8
Photographer: Sebastian Chala
Camera:
Nikon D3100
Critiqued by: Nanette Reid
An overall good attempt at capturing nature at its best.