These are the kinds of photographs that you get to see in calendars. This is undoubtedly a beautiful composition done at low shutter speed. The water in itself seems to be a part of the subject and it looks beautiful with the sun’s rays gleaming on it. Great piece of work! But, photography to me is a depiction of the truth and a canvas for my wild ideas; this seems to drag you into a make-believe world and if I had the chance to correct things I would have wanted the model stand in a more natural posture compared to the “arty” looking one depicted here. This photograph to me looks so real that it has escalated itself to the heights of being fiction! The here and the water is a bit too perfect and I would have wanted it to be a bit more blurry with less sharpness. The symmetry of the picture does not look good to me either. The right side seems to be a bit heavy compared to the left side and most important of all, the model seems to be doing something forcefully and not naturally. You would never stand like that and pull off water laden hair without tipping over
That’s 9/11 once again! Cannot really criticize the photograph much. It’s really an amazing piece of work – the absent gaze on the eyes of a firefighter has been excellently portrayed and that says a million words. The not so detailed ambulance and the line of fire fighters behind clearly tell you the story of lost hope. The rubble, the bright yellow bands on the uniform of the firefighters, the open helmet and open glove clearly tell you the story of tragedy and despair. As much as it reminds me of the “bad old days”, it leaves a deep impression on my heart and makes me apprehensive about the future that I have not seen yet.
A very small but excellent piece of detailing on the picture is the black frame that it is encased into. There are no unessential elements in this picture and the black frame does a good job of containing the “sorrow” that the photographer wanted to portray through it.
The idea is definitely nice and an excellent piece of composition I must say . There are however several things that could have been changed a bit (or rather shall I say could have been shot better) to make the photograph look more professional. First let me say that the eyes of a child are visible through the mask and that is an excellent piece of detailing. The color of the dress, the color of the fowl and the color of the pants have added extra flavor to it and setting them against that dark background of the road has added more depth to the picture.
It is understandable that it was not really a planned shot, but would have preferred the photographer to shift a bit more to the left and then take the picture so that the child standing behind could have had his face feature in the photograph.
Well, an excellent piece of picture I must say. Some might say that picture is very dark and a bit of more sharpness could have made it better; personally for me I would say; the picture is not really that bad. It’s very difficult to do the square stuff and this one seems to have been able to do it decently to some extent. An interesting feature about this photograph is that it is divided into two homogeneous segments by the subject of the picture itself. It’s true that a bit of more sharpness could have added more flavor to it and a little more detailing especially near the edges could have made a better, but it’s a cool photo graph to have come out of an amateur’s camera.
If I were told to make this more professional, I would add a bit more aperture to it if I wanted to capture the morning sun in the middle of the forest.
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