Grass in the Wall

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Mike Lamb, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. Mike Lamb

    Mike Lamb Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Was the lightning necessary? I think a heaven would look better.
     
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    why did you add the lightning?
    it ruins the image tbh... if there was anything to ruin...

    this is.. well just a bit of an abandonned house i would think...
    nothing of concept, interest or anything this will be the last time i comment on any of your work... unless i really do like it

    you need to try think more concept and try get more interesting focal points, and dont manipulate your image too much... a little colour corection and spot removal / object removal is okay imo but once you manipulate it to the extent of adding bits n peices into your image it then becomes graphics not photography...

    and tbh the lighting makes it seem like you were stuck and though hm lets just put this in
    there is nothing of relevance as to why there should be lightning there, and the lighting on the building certainly doesnt help with the effect
     
  4. Mike Lamb

    Mike Lamb Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The comments I get here are helpful and appreciated.

    I take a shotgun approach to imagery. I plug away hoping to hit something. I miss alot more than I hit. Sometimes I think I know what I’m shooting at, most of the time I don’t. The stuff I plan nearly always reeks, and my most rushed thoughtless point and shoots are often my best shots. So it goes.

    I hope to have another photo posted tomorrow.


     

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