Our (photographers) taste in photos vs the general public

Started Jan 28, 2014 | Discussions thread
Mellowmark Contributing Member • Posts: 679
Re: Our (photographers) taste in photos vs the general public

Florida Nature Photographer wrote:

Thanks for your sharing your thoughts.

The first two photos lack clear points of interest/ subjects and it's not clear what the photo is of (apart from being of a pretty scene). The second one has nice light but nothing of interest in the foreground. (I appreciate there may have been nothing of interest there).

The third one is stronger as it has a clear subject (the beautiful barn obviously), but I would experiment with different angles and framing, perhaps using the trees. Perhaps a crop would work to make the barn more prominent? Some more interesting light in the sky or on the barn (golden hour?) might help too. Even as is though, it's the best of the three.

Just my opinion though (which does not count for much) - after all opinions are like assh*les - we all have one.

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