Ramona d'Viola

United StatesBerkeley CA, United States
20
years of
experience
Specialty: Architecture
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Ms. d’Viola is an award-winning photographer and journalist who received her photography education while serving in the United States Marine Corps. For the past three decades she has traveled extensively, covering and participating in noteworthy events such as the 1985 Women’s Tour de France, the 2001 Australian Paddleboard World Championships, and the 2003 World Record setting Women’s Full Moon Paddle from Cuba to Key West. d’Viola is a regular columnist and photographer for San Diego Home/ Garden Lifestyles magazine, San Diego Magazine, Riviera, 944, Garden Compass, Biz San Diego, and Northern California’s Adventure Sports Journal magazines. Available for global assignment.
Photo Critique
Rating
6.8
Photographer: jason corey
Camera:
Canon Rebel T2i
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Hi Jason, I'm a tall building fan, and love cityscapes. I think you could improve on your shot by experimenting with different times of day, and lighting conditions. ...
Photo Critique
Rating
8.4
Photographer: nathan burke
Camera:
Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Really impressive, excellent composition, the color is throwing me off, but overall, a really terrific shot.
Photo Critique
Rating
8.4
Photographer: Freda Paterson
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Dear Freda - this is a lovely photo - very calm, beautiful warm colors, and a well executed architectural shot.
Photo Critique
Rating
10
Photographer: ross scanlon
Camera:
Sony Alpha DSLR-A230
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Photo Critique
Rating
9.8
Photographer: Debra Vidal
Camera:
Nikon D90
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Dear Skyler, You have a talent and I hope you're pursuing it. This photograph exhibits and true understanding of technology blended with artistry. This is a fantastic...
Photo Critique
Rating
9.6
Photographer: John Dickinson
Camera:
Fujifilm FinePix HS10
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Hi John, I'm attracted to these types of compositions myself. I think you captured the moment perfectly.
Photo Critique
Rating
5.6
Photographer: Carolyn Howell
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XS
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Dear Carolyn, The color scheme and composition is pleasing and balanced. I love the calm stillness this picture imparts, but, the power lines in the foreground are di...
Photo Critique
Rating
2
Photographer: lashawn james
Camera:
Canon Digital Rebel XSi
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Hi Lashawn, I too love historic buildings and travel. If you're looking to truly capture the beauty of these old buildings, it's important to know when the best tim...
Photo Critique
Rating
7.1
Photographer: Tabitha Neuenshcwander
Camera:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
A "cute" shot, could use a few tweaks to make it "Micro-stock" worthy
Photo Critique
Rating
7.4
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Dramatic and emotional. Beautiful colors and framing.
Photo Critique
Rating
2
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux 12
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Needs better composition in the camera and better use of lighting and depth of field
Photo Critique
Rating
7.4
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux 12
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
Overall, a nice "shot." Try using a tripod for your shots and shot at f16 for deep depth of field, or go the other way and shoot f2.8 with tight focus on one subject....
Photo Critique
Rating
2.3
Photographer: Edward Teran
Camera:
Leica V Lux 12
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
A snapshot at best.
Photo Critique
Rating
5.9
Photographer: Vris
Camera:
Fujifilm FinePix HS10
Critiqued by: Ramona d'Viola
A good "snapshot."
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