Greg Eymundson

CanadaNorth Vancouver, Canada
20
years of
experience
Specialty: Commercial, Architecture, Aerial, Fashion, People
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Since 1983, Greg has been shooting professionally as well as building a thriving commercial Stock Image / Contract Photography business encompassing; Insight-Photography.com, iPhotoStockImages.com, appleVRTours.com, and WeddingsBYInsight.com. His core Photographic Team is highly specialized in Architecture, Wedding, Product, Portrait, Resort Lifestyle and Sports Marketing Photography. His personal photographic work has been published in Architectural Digest, National Geographic Adventure, as well as many national and international books and magazines. Greg’s contractual assignments take him around the world on a regular basis; from the tops of mountains to the bottom of the ocean.
Photo Critique
Rating
6.7
Photographer: Alastair Moran
Camera:
NIKON D7000
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
Excellent imagination at work here. Perfect time of day to shoot this: By using a 3 shot fusing technique, you have gained critical exposure details without over-doin...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.7
Photographer: Alastair Moran
Camera:
NIKON D7000
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
Nice shot encompassing not only a coffee cup but a "workplace scenario". Good job on the story telling.
Photo Critique
Rating
9.1
Photographer: Alastair Moran
Camera:
NIKON D40
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
Hi Alistair. Looking great! The only reason I gave it an 8 for "General Impression" is based on personal opinion only; not that critiquing "art" has a hard-fast set o...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.7
Photographer: Alastair Moran
Camera:
NIKON D7000
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
Awesome shot Alistair. You're definitely showing a dedication to the craft and are demonstrating your continued knowledge. Stepping outside of the box always helps to...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.6
Photographer: Alastair Moran
Camera:
NIKON D40
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
Hi Alastair. If anything, I think the first submission of this photo subject was actually better, or closer to "great". Look at all of the photos you have on this sub...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.4
Photographer: Alastair Moran
Camera:
NIKON D40
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
Great idea and concept Alastair. What you saw in your mind was transposed into a photograph quite well. I think you could have taken it a step further though, with re...
Photo Critique
Rating
9
Photographer: joe jett
Camera:
Nikon d80
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
Hello Joe. I think you've done a great job at bringing the subject elements together to most accurately portray "your vision". Technically, this shot is not very diff...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.9
Photographer: ashley
Camera:
Canon Rebel T2i
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
I'd say that you're 90% to what you are trying to achieve. Love the subject matter and the time of day that you've chosen to do this shot. Very colorful.
Photo Critique
Rating
7.7
Photographer: lorrraine kelch
Camera:
Nikon D5000
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
Kind of like paparazzi; You never know if, when and how this subject is going to present itself to you. You were well prepared for most scenarios and your preparation...
Photo Critique
Rating
6.1
Photographer: Nina Saunders
Camera:
Canon EOS 550D
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
It's a macro shot. If it doesn't come out perfectly (as your mind imagined) then it's not worth showing. Hopefully with the pointers that I've given in this critique ...
Photo Critique
Rating
9
Photographer: Freyr Thorgrimsson
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
I really like this image. As mentioned earlier, I personally would have left a bit more room on the vertical sides for future cropping, framing etc.
Photo Critique
Rating
6.6
Photographer: tracey stott
Camera:
Canon Rebel T2i
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
I like the concept. It looks like this may be a new thing for you(?) After going to all that effort to set this up, you may want to try some more experimentation such...
Photo Critique
Rating
4.6
Photographer: roisin barr
Camera: Not Selected
Critiqued by: Greg Eymundson
You grabbed the shot fairly quickly without much time to re-set and recompose due to the fact that you are working with a live subject. Now, if you could just take an...
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