Thank you to those who have answered my question on my previous post. I really appreciate it. For me, the most frustrating part of learning is when you’re circling around and don’t see a direction to exit. Your comments are very helpful.
When I signed up for the class, my goal was taking more photos and I did that for a few days. Then it rained one day. ;-( You know the rest of the story, I am sure.
At first, I was disappointed that I didn’t shoot any new photo for my assignments, but now I am quite ok with it because I have learned a lot by staring at one photo and trying to do my best to make it a photo that I really like.
This is one of our favorite trees. For the theme “solitude”, I think it would be better if the tree is smaller and surrounding field is bigger… hmm… maybe I was thinking “lonely”. (You see what I mean? It’s like playing a never-ending game. 😉
At first, I cropped this photo to portrait format. I didn’t like it that much, so I changed his vest to red. And I still didn’t like it. After I changed only the top part of his vest to a different red, I like it better, but, still, something bothered me. I finally realized that I really like it in landscape format. 😉 Add a little red will probably help, but I am exhausted by now.
Developing Your Eye II, Day Six: “landscape”
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