Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by MGriff240, Sep 21, 2010.
C & C please. :thumbup:
#1 and #3--hey, not too shabby! Well-seen!
Bump for the night.
I really like #1 and #3. I have a personal vendetta against all tilted photos, however.
#3 is the strongest. I like the simple single door composition but you need to watch your ground isn't level.BTW..... B&W is a in touch.
#1 just too much going on. I know what you were going for it just doesn't work for me. Sometime less is more......=)
#2 the angle isn't helping the picture, if you are going to use the angle there should maybe be a reason for it. Your subject is too hidden in the high grass, I would like to see it.
The ground isn't level, but the door is...I figured the door lines were much more relevant. Maybe?
Horsham, PA........I'm next door in Lancaster county......=)
I took a look at your whole blog entry and it was awesome. Lot of great photos there. It looks like that old nursery on Dreshertown Rd. Great work again.
Agree with others - #3 stands out. Good choice using the door frame as a reference. Did you consider toning? Perhaps a slightly warm tone.
I don't see much in #1 - maybe if it were in less contrasty light and in bw.
Very awesome pictures. I thought it looked like it might have been pennsylvania i have difinately heard of lancaster county but not your town.
What is this the Pa thread....lol Lots of Pa people on here.
I really liked #3
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