Scott Kelby - Crushing the Composition

Started Jun 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP bobgeorge Contributing Member • Posts: 643
Re: Scott Kelby - Crushing the Composition

Guidenet wrote:

bobgeorge wrote:

For those that have watched the video...what did you think? I understand the theory, but it seems like he just takes a lot of shots to get the few he uses. I also found it interesting that he said he only travels with one lenses...a 28-300 (approx 13:30 mark).

Bob, I think you missed the point, based on how you describe it here. He didn't say just to take a lot of shots looking for the right one. What he said was when you know there's something good there, to keep working until you find it. That's a lot different from what you are saying.

Even when he did the summary, he said the same thing and that was the basis of his program. He said when you stop and look at something, sometimes you just know there's something there that made you stop. Take the time and don't give up until you find it.

I think it makes good sense in a way. I also like what he said about if you want to find more good subjects, put yourself in front of more good subjects. LOL

Take care

Got it.  I guess I always feel rushed to get to the next scene instead of working it until I get the shot shot I like.

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