Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by dylj, Nov 26, 2008.
hmm,, none of these make me stand up and say WOW !! they dont do anything for me,,,,
The composure is interesting. I think you already know that it needs to be touched up.
I really like the third one, but I would move to the right a little to get the gentlemen on the right in the walkway because he somewhat seems to blend into the background to me. But overall, good job.
The third one is the only one I wish was in focus/not blurry - I love how the dog on the left is the only one looking directly at you. The first two, I think, work well as they are - the actual photographic event is almost an afterthought, and so we feel a bit like a voyeur having access to a quick moment in time. It helps that they are rather trivial moments, as well - but there are details that make it real and interesting: the boy running on the right, the child wearing the helmet, and the realization that you're looking at the scene of a minor accident.. I quite like a lot of blurry photographs though, so don't take it just from me - I think I'm in the minority.
i really like the second the best out of these. I think that there are moments that a blurry shot makes it more interesting than a crisp shot. The first and third do nothing for me.
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