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IF YOU WANT TO GIVE A GOOD CRITIQUE, FOCUS ON SOMETHING YOU LIKE INSTEAD OF SOMETHING YOU KNOW YOU DONíT LIKE AT FIRST.
Negative critique can be helpful, if constructive. If you do not like someoneís photo, suggest how one should improve it. The focus of critiquing should be providing feedback that will help someone to improve. Part of a good eye is in knowing when to break the rules. Not every shot of a tree by the lake needs to conform to the rule of thirds, nor does every bird portrait need to be inclusive of the whole creature, or a head and shoulders looking at the camera.
Giving feedback is very easy but giving good feedback on a subjective matter-such as photography- is extremely difficult. A critique should be a positive and helpful experience for everyone. There is no excuse for bashing someone. Saying only negative things will create unnecessary conflict, and become less about art and more about peopleís individual feelings.
When posting critiques, explain as best you can what aspects of the image you like and donít like. If you have nothing nice to say about the work, then donít say anything at all
You started a thread about this elsewhere, time to get off of your soapbox and try to stay on topic "Model portrait- 3 Images".
In that light I find the images too harsh, of course if that's what you're looking for?