Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by vd853, Sep 7, 2009.
On #3, why the angle? What did you think it would add too, or say about this subject? Is the plastic bottle a part of your conceptual statement?
#2, The subject's shape and lines tend to lead the viewer to the left, making the right side of the image useless.
no, the bottle shouldn't have been there.
interesting, I didn't notice the lines when I took the shot.
Yeah, pay attention to the details.
Look for leading lines, lines or shapes that suggest direction, or movement.
Also pay attention to whats going on in the background, it can make or break an image.
Nice set of images. #5 is a tiny bit over exposed and I don't like #4 at all, but the first two images are good. #3 is a good urban shot.
I really love #5 the composition and subject matter is great!
The background of #5 is too busy and distracting from the simple subject.
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