Andy Mars

United StatesNew York NY, United States
20
years of
experience
Specialty: Artistic, People, Nature
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I am a freelance photographer, photo artist and instructor. I specialize in Weddings, Mitzvahs and Pet Events. As an artist, I integrates photography with paints, ink, & pastels to create unique one-of-a-kind photo paintings. My main areas of "focus" are nature, people, animals and urban scenes. My work has been exhibited at the Memorial Arts Museum in Rochester, NY & Manhattan galleries. In order to realize my commitment to “giving back” to the community, I volunteered my services by initiating the community service committee for the Professional Women Photographers organization, winning the Volunteer Group of the Year Award from Women In Need in 2010. Currently Outreach Director of PWP.
Photo Critique
Rating
9.8
Photographer: Ana Isabel Marti­nez
Camera:
Canon EOS 7D
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Hi Ana Isabel: This is a very successful image. Sometimes keeping it simple works best! Keep up the great work.
Photo Critique
Rating
7
Photographer: Michael D Willis
Camera:
Nikon D3000
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Hi Michael: The idea is interesting and I like the mystery of the unknown. I still would have preferred to see more of the subject and more detail.
Photo Critique
Rating
7.6
Photographer: Russ Frey
Camera:
Nikon D3000
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Hi Russ: This isn't a bad image but it could be improved. If you were able to capture a few more shots I think you would have more success with the subject matter. Bo...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.6
Photographer: LAURA MCCRORY
Camera:
Nikon D5000
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Hi Laura: The only thing that bothers me is I want to see more of the firefighter. What is that white object in his hand? It's ok that we don't see his face but I jus...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.6
Photographer: Robyn Boss
Camera:
Canon Rebel T2i
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Hi Robyn: I think this is a successful image. The subject, texture and details are interesting and creative.
Photo Critique
Rating
8.8
Photographer: Richard Grolla
Camera:
Nikon d5100
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Richard: All in all this is a very successful photograph, well done! Have you tried a slow shutter speed (1/4 or 1/8 of a second on a cloudy day, early in the morning...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.8
Photographer: Ana Isabel Marti­nez
Camera:
Canon EOS 7D
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Hi Ana Isabel: I love all the different textures in this image. It tells a wonderful story that makes us think back to an era long gone. But with the popularity of su...
Photo Critique
Rating
7
Photographer: jason
Camera:
Canon Rebel T2i
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Hi Jason: The bird is beautiful and looks so peaceful so it's a nice capture.
Photo Critique
Rating
8.2
Photographer: rodnee herald
Camera:
Sony Alpha DSLR-A230
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
It's a very nice image. If you have the time to change perspectives, move in closer or focus on subject, then move the camera off to the side, see the difference! Sho...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.2
Photographer: Marie Shelton
Camera:
Canon EOS 50D
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
Photo Critique
Rating
6.9
Photographer: Maurice Butlr
Camera:
Pentax istD
Critiqued by: Andy Mars
I know it can be difficult or a challenge to try different exposures and settings when the subject moves quickly but you can make the best of it.
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