CONSTRUCTIVE AND HELPFUL CRITICISM FOR PHOTOS, PART III
A brilliant example to illustrate the theme. I certainly know which one I prefer. I love all the detail in the golden grass. The pic is big big so big I can't see it all in one go. In small size I had thought that was Graham but it is not is it. Who are they?Did you post this today Mary (5th july) because I havn't had a notification of any new postings. I just saw it after receiving notification of the comments.
These are some people watching the sunset at the Pinery, campers like us, unknown to us.I posted it after our return from the Pinery a while back. End of May
I guess I couldn't have checked all my emails properly when i returned from holiday. I'm glad I finally saw it. Wonderful light!
Well, I still haven't read the mail that came in while I was in Slovenia OR the mail that came in while I was in NY working on my Mom's house OR the mail that came in while I was at the Pinery!SO I won't hold you responsible!Yeah, I have more pix to post, but I did really like this one! :-DThanks! :-D
better in black&white i think.
It does still look good in B&W but you would never know from the picture that it was the sunset that was being photographed.
Interesting. I thought it was a good example of the value of color. But if it's better in BW, then maybe the sunset isn't important. I guess it depends on what the subject of the photo is, the people or the quality of light.
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