What is wrong with this photograph?
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This photograph does not follow the rule of thirds or fourths, has no leading lines, it’s just there.
Its how you would see it if you walked by and took a gander.
There is a gene of minimalist photography, a form of hyper real photography, where the object/subject is dead center, little around it to distract, and there is little to interpret.
The photograph speaks for itself in the plainest possible language.
Sometimes these photographs are eloquent and speak to many; more often they speak to the person who took it.
Recently, I was in a museum and beside me two men were talking. One of them commented, that he took lots of photographs he liked, but he suspected that only he would like them, they had meaning for him.
Sometimes our best efforts are personal and not public.
I still like this photograph, and I don’t care what anyone says.