Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by wilson44512, Aug 4, 2010.
they all seem like snapshots and of poor quality..
2 of them look like they were shot from a moving car, the second to last one and the one of the red barn 2 before that.
I shoot a ton of barns and what seems to be missing here is you taking time to shoot a photograph instead of taking a "snapshot". I know that may upset people but I personally think there is indeed a difference.
These shoots look like you were driving past them, and just snapped away. If you had taken the time to get out and compose the shots I think they would have been quite a bit better. They all look rather flat also. Not sure if you did any post processing or not, but they look like they're pretty much right out of the camera.
Lastly, watch your horizons, and try not to "center up" so much.
I have to agree with Chris.
They have a lot of potential, but previously stated, they look like they were taken quick out of the car.
Another critique is that they look a little slanted.
yes they were shot from a car. we take a ride in the country all the time.. sorry that you dont like them. :er:
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