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So could you watch my gallery and tell me if
I have potential? Thanks
You have a great sensitivity to dramatic light and the use of contrast of colors to make your focal points stand out.
Do you bracket photos when you shoot? Shooting the same image with different perspective. framing and viewpoint. It would be interesting to see the sun ball closer, even in back of the sail boat. Remember rule of thirds is also for placing the horizen line as well. I do feel this image is my favorate of your series.
Self Portrait notice the grey iron pole projecting from your hand holding the camera. That is called a merger and distracts from the focal point, you. Again a very slight shift to the right would enhance a rule of thirds placement. Additionally it would be fun to see the shot you were framing with your camera at the moment.
Rust tree very nice contrast with the field of green surrounding it. The red tree is placed a little too close too center; use of the rule of thirds would make the image stronger. Simple cropping could fix this. Crop out the bare tree trunk upper right corner as it is distractive . That will result in the focal point of the rust tree to be more in a rule of thirds position and make the image more powerful.
Happy Shooting, Lorena
Erm no, I'm not aware of any rules at all, I'm a complete newbie maybe you can tell me?
Photography: The Rules of Composition – PictureCorrect
Composition is the combining of distinct parts or elements to form a whole. In photography that thought is very important in taking good pictures.
http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/phot ... omposition
10 Top Photography Composition Rules. There are no fixed rules in photography, but there are guidelines which can often help you to enhance the impact of your photos.
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