Helpful Criticism and Framing (Three Photographs)

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Helpful criticism is one good way to improve in photography. The other day someone commented that I crop a lot of background out, and that I am selective in how I portray context. This is the call to fill the frame one hear’s so often. So in these photographs, and within the bounds of eight by ten (my crop) I have left in more than I would have normally. Going forward as I process photographs I will be just a bit more flexible in my thinking about what should be in the frame.

2 responses

  1. I think we are all guilty of over cropping at one time or another. We focus to strongly on the main subject forgetting that what surrounds it, compliments it. Been there, done that. Cheers.

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    May 8, 2018 at 2:06 pm

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