Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Spendalot, Nov 21, 2008.
where is that? It's a decent shot.
It that a "moving-car" shot?
and your a decent guy....not moving ,why is the pic that bad ....LOL
Power lines ruin it, also it's tiled to the left a good deal it seems like. What's the exif data on this shot?
No, not that bad. I've take several handfuls of moving car shots, so when I saw the road it made me curious -- They are hard to take, especially when you're the driver.
I love this witty shot
nothing really intriquing about it. Seems under exposed, no real focal point.
- Watch that the road doesn't become a distraction- either minimize it in the shot completely, or look for a way to make it an interesting part of it.
- Look for interesting angles on the subject.
- Watch the light- light behind your subject is going to either underexpose your subject or blow out the skies.
- Dead-center framing should be avoided- makes it look like you were taking the shot to keep a record of what the building looked like, not trying to generate any artwork.
- Try to shoot with either blue skies or interesting skies--- plain boring overcast days will ruin a lot of otherwise nice shots.
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