Shot this photo while strolling around Athens. There is something intriguing here, but I’m afraid I missed the mark but not getting his face in the frame.
What do you think? Is there anything here?
Trajinera ride in Xochimilco outside of CDMX. I know the coloring is pretty intense and dark feeling— but I like the mood of it. I’m struggling with the crop. Part of me likes being able to see the other boats, but am I missing out by not cropping in on our driver?
Beautiful colors, Ed! I agree with Lenny here, however. There is no real subject, and my eye isn’t quite sure where to look beyond just the color. I would cut out the tree trunk entirely (or maybe adjust settings so it’s more than a silhouette) and get a much closer crop on this. I like the juxtaposition of the yellow leaves, blue skies and the…[Read more]
Wow, this is stunning. I personally love the yellow– it really gives it life and just pops off the screen. While it may not be realistic, that yellow does indeed exist in nature, so it does not come off as being fake to me. Not really a criticism, but couldn’t skip this without commenting.
Climbed to the top of the Rathaus in the Munich Marienplatz to get some great views of the city. These two nuns were also enjoying the view. I loved the idea of this shot, and hope they didn’t notice me trying to get a shot of them– ha! I don’t love the execution of this, but curious to hear your thoughts.
I personally like the tongue– yes, it’s a little gross, but I feel that this photo has a gritty quality to it. The dog feels wild and rugged, which I like. The thing that really throws me off on this photo is that the dog isn’t looking at the camera. Its gaze upward really takes me out of the photo and makes the dog feel disconnected.