Taking forbidden photos

Started Jun 25, 2012 | Discussions thread
shutterbud
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Re: Some examples
In reply to MadsR, Aug 28, 2012

Hhhhmmm. What a sordid display on such a premium website. To my mind, the orignally posted forbidden pictures weren't worth the effort and the whole attitude of "I'll bloody well photograph what I like, as I got a certificate saying I'm entitled to annoy anyone by divine right with the purchase of my camera"
Not good enough

Street photography is at times, about being subtle, almost to the point of clandestine, but for a specific purpose. A hurriedly taken, badly exposed, badly composed, too far-away picture of an angry employee with the some naked girls in the background does not a street photographer make.

Hint: if you can't take criticism, don't post your pics on a photography forum.
I take it you have seen the standard that Street work can produce?

BTW, the pink lady shot is good. I think we can all agree on that.
We all must be honest with each other.

Feel free to take a look at my own gallery and offer any critique you like. As long as it's well-motivated, I'll take it. The very reason I joined this and another forum is to get better. The reason I came here is the other forum is full of snivellers and know-it-alls.

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