Valentí­ Zapater Barros

EcuadorQuito, Ecuador
13
years of
experience
Specialty: Nature
There are three paths that have converged in my life: the photographic, the naturalistic and the caving and mountaineering. The result is a varied stock of features, articles and individual pictures. My features about nature and adventure have been published in magazines such as National Geographic, Pyrenees, Viajes (National Geographic), Pirineos, Descobrir, Altair and Natura. My work is represented by Visual & Written and have been exhibited in galleries such as Kike Calvo Gallery and Representarte. I have also worked for sport companies such as Grifone and Mad Rock and for sport events such as 2009 Ski Mountaineering World Cup and 1999 Mountain Bike Orienteering World Cup
Photo Critique
Rating
8.9
Photographer: jay webb
Camera:
Nikon D300S
That photo is technically perfect. The composition is interesting because there are a great contrast between the foreground and the background, but it lacks something...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.6
Photographer: wendy howard
Camera:
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ35
Good landscape and good moment, perfect exposure and white balance, but you should improve the composition.
Photo Critique
Rating
9
Photographer: flying
Camera: Point and shoot camera (sony?)
Misterious and interesting photo because the out-of-focus background and the contrast between cold and warm light.
Photo Critique
Rating
7.7
Photographer: Margie H.
Camera:
Nikon Coolpix L100
Good idea, composition and exposure. With your camera you could do it better with less contrast.
Photo Critique
Rating
7
Photographer: Sheila Lee
Camera:
olympus SP-550UZ
Very interesting subject: fern, ladybird and out of focus flower. With a better composition the image could have been a great photo
Photo Critique
Rating
5
Photographer: Robert Labranche
Camera:
Fujifilm FinePix S1500
Subject with a little interest. Composition, background and point of focus are not good.
Photo Critique
Rating
6.9
Photographer: Ana Isabel Marti­nez
Camera:
Canon EOS 450D
interesting and simple photo with a perfect exposure that express solitude and mistery. I think it could be better with a clear point of interest to focus the attention
Photo Critique
Rating
7.6
Photographer: Trudi Ellis
Camera:
Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR
With a better composition you could have achieved a spectacular photo because the subject is very interesting and the photo is technically near perfect
Photo Critique
Rating
6.3
Photographer: Lucy Beck
Camera:
Nikon D300
Good composition and interesting subject but those petals on the foreground are too distracting
Photo Critique
Rating
8
Photographer: baris bakirci
Camera:
canon eos 30d
Lighting, color and exposure are perfect. Interesting composition but difficult of understand
Photo Critique
Rating
5
Photographer: Laura Newberry
Camera:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S2100
I like this light and the warmth of the picture but there is no interesting subject nor an interesting composition
Photo Critique
Rating
4.7
Photographer: Rebecca Saxon
Camera:
Nikon Coolpix L100
The subject is interesting but the composition makes the picture loses interest
Photo Critique
Rating
7.3
Photographer: Melanie Desloges
Camera:
Canon Rebel T2i
Technically the picture is almost perfect but the composition would be able to improve a lot, and this is a very important point.
Photo Critique
Rating
7.7
Photographer: ALBERTO LAZARO
Camera:
Nikon D90
I like the subject, light and exposure. Perspective could be better with strongest diagonal line and more out of focus foreground and background.