Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by Teresa, May 19, 2008.
And hopefully these are better (these WERE done with photoshop)
With the exception of 2 and 3 your subject is right in the middle of the frame. If you do a search on the rule of thirds it will help to make you more aware of where to place things in the photograph. You can change some of that through cropping with these. Of course I wouldn't ALWAYS follow that rule because sometimes, artistically it doesn't apply but try out a few different crops on some of therse and you'll see it adds interest to the photo.
#5 is by far my favorite. I love the composition and the overall tone of the image.
Number 4 is by far the best. It looks like the light was mid day and harsh on the other shots. There is some hot spots and blown spots on the others. The last shot is the next best technically but the others are done in poor light and it is really hard to get a nice exposure and temp.
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