Home · Register · Software · Software · Join Upload & Sell

Moderated by: Fred Miranda
Username  

  New fredmiranda.com Mobile Site
  New Feature: SMS Notification alert
  New Feature: Buy & Sell Watchlist
  

FM Forums | Photo Critique | Join Upload & Sell

  

Archive 2016 · Slowly Falling
  
 
Rick Joyce
Offline
• • • • •
Upload & Sell: On
p.1 #1 · p.1 #1 · Slowly Falling


Falling







Oct 10, 2016 at 03:40 PM
sbeme
Offline
• • • • • • •
Upload & Sell: On
p.1 #2 · p.1 #2 · Slowly Falling


Good subject.
Feels a bit tight, especially on the left where I want to see the edge of the building.
Interesting that the colors on the roof so closely match the grasses.

Scott



Oct 10, 2016 at 03:44 PM
ben egbert
Offline
• • • • • •
Upload & Sell: On
p.1 #3 · p.1 #3 · Slowly Falling


Thats a great barn. I love the lichen or moss on the roof. I agree a bit more of the left would help.


Oct 10, 2016 at 04:25 PM
 

Search in Used Dept. 



morris
Online
• • • • • • •
Upload & Sell: Off
p.1 #4 · p.1 #4 · Slowly Falling


Nice decay images Rick. The arbitrary corps of the structures is not helping. Get close or crop to one or back up and include both

Morris



Oct 11, 2016 at 01:00 AM
Rick Joyce
Offline
• • • • •
Upload & Sell: On
p.1 #5 · p.1 #5 · Slowly Falling


Thanks for your comments and critiques all of which mention the tight cropping of the buildings.

Would a more open or wider crop accentuate the decay, disrepair or degeneration of the buildings?

Colours, lighting, shadows and textures would remain the same in somewhat the same way a macro capture identifies one flower and not the entire garden.



Oct 11, 2016 at 01:22 AM
Shotokan
Offline

Upload & Sell: Off
p.1 #6 · p.1 #6 · Slowly Falling


Rick Joyce wrote:
Thanks for your comments and critiques all of which mention the tight cropping of the buildings.

Would a more open or wider crop accentuate the decay, disrepair or degeneration of the buildings?

Colours, lighting, shadows and textures would remain the same in somewhat the same way a macro capture identifies one flower and not the entire garden.


I think this is one of those scenes that we just have to work a lot to find the best composition. For example, if decay is our subject, we might move to face the most damaged part of the leftmost barn and point our camera directly into the fallen roof, again using the dry grass as our foreground. That might not be the best shot, but it looks like we could come away with a lot of interesting images using different focal lengths, camera angles, and perspectives.
-Bob



Oct 21, 2016 at 08:00 AM







FM Forums | Photo Critique | Join Upload & Sell

    
 

You are not logged in. Login or Register

Username     Reset password