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Today we evaluate 3 landscape photos that all illustrate one of the most important ideas in composition: Fill The Frame With What You Like!
Photos courtesy of Carol Kathryn Langan Pomes, Sean Rooney, and Paul Jones.
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I’ve loved watching your videos since the beginning! I’ve learned so much! Thank you!
Thanks, Ingrid! So happy you have been enjoying the videos.
I agree with you regarding these 3 photos, however, I like to see something prominent in the foreground, not overpowering and with a dash of colour. regards.
This is a great tutorial. I tried to anticipate what changes you would suggest, but failed. So, I replayed the video and paused the critiques at the point before you got to the suggestions for improving them. Then I tried to recall the what had been said and tried again to determine what needed to be done. It worked! I remembered most of the key improvement suggestions. I feel more confident now about critiquing myown images. Thanks, Joshua
My pleasure, Mike! I’m happy you found the exercise useful. Take care,