https://www.amazon.com/Beginners-Guide-Portrait-Photography-ebook/dp/B009375Q32 Plus, there’s this book https://www.neelymarketplace.com/product/30-tips-for-perfect-family-photos/ which I know talks about arranging groups.
Those are the ones I’d recommend too! I’m really hoping I can find more.
Good point, @rmadaris! Depends on how artistic of a shot you’re going for. The first shot is a better documentary shot because it’s sole purpose is to show the relative size of the peppers.
For a more artistic approach, the second shot is better because it begins to introduce some depth and diagonal lines. From an artists perspective, I may have…[Read more]
What a fantastic location! There’s an appeal to this composition, I think because of the impression of an S-curve (starting at the horizon on the right, ending where the coastline exits the picture on the lower left). If I was shooting this, I probably would have knelt down or found a little something to include in my foreground to help amplify…[Read more]
What I love about this shot is how you’ve amplified the amusing factor of “hairiness” through the silhouetting effect! I wish that the orangatan’s right foot was not cropped off on the left side of the image.
The size of the text depends on what you’re designing it for, but I like to use Scripture to complement a picture I want to use as a desktop background. I like to try incorporating or fitting text in such a way that complements the elements that are in the picture.
What attracts me to your second composition @loganlamar is the diminishing perspective of the “path” under the overhang. It’s also nice that there are more clouds in the sky. However, the relative placement of the clouds and “tower” still leaves a feeling of emptiness between the two. (Sorry I don’t have too good vocabulary when it comes to ships…[Read more]
I love this! I’ll give my two cents during the webinar tonight: https://www.lenspiration.com/photo-critique-with-lenspiration-feb-13/
Did you get your picture downsized, @sarahanne? If so, try uploading it again here and I’ll try to critique it tonight during the webinar: https://www.lenspiration.com/photo-critique-with-lenspiration-feb-13/
FYI, I’ll be taking a more detailed look at the pictures that have been submitted so far during the photo critique webinar tonight: https://www.lenspiration.com/photo-critique-with-lenspiration-feb-13/
James Staddon replied to the topic Exodus 14:13-14 VPO: Powerful Reflections (ends January 27) in the forum Shoot to Serve 5 days, 14 hours ago
Thanks Ben for your comments! I’ll be taking a stab at critiquing the pictures that were submitted here during the webinar tonight: https://www.lenspiration.com/photo-critique-with-lenspiration-feb-13/
This week’s assignment is very appropriate for this time of year. Photograph (or pull from your portfolio) a picture of “Dreary Beauty” to illustrate the hymn Does Jesus Care?
Reply to this topic with your submissions!
Good question! When it comes to external hard drives, the only one that has crashed on their own was an iOmega, so I don’t recommend those.
Ever since then, I’ve only purchased Western Digital and Seagate. I believe these are the two most reliable. (I also have a Vantec, but I bought it a long time ago; I forget, someone may have even given it to…[Read more]
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