Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by soleshine, May 20, 2010.
Use the rule of thirds
"rules are meant to be broken and ignoring this one doesnt mean your images are necessarily unbalanced or uninteresting"
Read more: http://digital-photography-school.com/rule-of-thirds#ixzz0oV5D5NmP
lol... I was just trying to help. Your images are, in fact, boring and uninteresting.
err that is rather an overly harsh comment with no construtive elements to it - come on Rob you know better than this!
You don't get to break the rules until you have a strong understanding of composition and know WHY you are breaking them.
All of them are out of focus, and the composition could have been much better.
Keep at it :thumbup:
:meh: I'll try harder next time then!
I gave my constructive elements in my first post, and there was nothing harsh. If someone asks for comments and then disagrees with the comments that are posted, I'm not sure where to go from there. I guess I should have just said nothing rather than trying to reinforce my original point.
Use the rule of thirds until you get so bored that you hate it. Then use it a little while longer. After that, then you can break it. 99% of the time, it's going to make your composition better.
There is nothing wrong with healthy debate about points made – in fact discussion about critique and expansion of points can often be a vastly important and fantastic learning tool.
If ones critique is in fact critiqued or questioned you can retort or you can expand upon the point - this opens up great opportunities to learn - sometimes (in the best of cases) both sides will end up walking away with things they have learnt from the other.
I don't know if you're spelling words wrong, or if they really do spell that many words differently across the pond!
pffft only two works miss spelt and two slips of the keyboard - stop being pedantic
Separate names with a comma.