Driftwood (Two Photographs and a new Gallery)

Drift WoodTo view more of my photography please click on www.rakmilphotography.com

 Many good photographic tutors tell their students to photograph something abstract or real and then review the results with them. The point is to get a student to see things with a photographic eye. On viewing the images the tutor does not criticize the work instead they ask what the person saw that made them take the photograph. They then suggest other ways the student might have captured their vision. This is a great exercise; its neutral in the sense that the photographer chooses something interesting to shoot, and the advice is about how to bring out what was seen. In this case the B&W comes closest to what caught my eye.

Drift Wood-2

3 responses

  1. Both images have a feeling of being an animal like form with the b&w white being more so.


    March 3, 2015 at 2:09 pm

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