Movie Score: four / 5
Tags: Composition, Learn, Photography
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Beautiful images and great narration of the Creation of the image.
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great vid.. 🙂 pls check out AshaJeevanPhotography in facebook.. :)
Great Job explaining Photo Composition in an easy to understand/visualize way.
Good composition on these photos, nice! Although I dislike the 2nd photo of the bride and groom (that IR effect is mawkish).
For the first seconds, I thought it was Christopher Walken talking! haha!
Thanks for the time you took to create this video. I love the last image and the penultimate lake / bay image. It reminds of places where I grew up in Australia. I like your commentary too, you’re voice is easy to listen to and you speak at a speed I can understand… Outstanding.
There’s what they call ALBUM TITLE my friend…If someone is too stupid enough to think that it’s another couple in that picture
Great video…I just subscribed it…
Excellent instructional video – you conveyed those important compositional concepts in a very effective manner- thank you!
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I believe the photo you are refering to was taken by outstanding adventure photographer Forest Woodward.
I do not have the details of this image but by looking at the image my guess is that it was taken with a wider than normal lens and/or smaller aperature to increase depth of field perspective.
Without getting too technical, As you may know, using a wide angle lens will give you the perspective of a larger focus range. Using a smaller lens opening will increase depth of field as well.
Pix 5:30 >>> can i know the setting of the aperture, shutter speed & ISO…. thank you
I absolutely adore the photos at 1:19, 2:16 and 4:43 <3
7 people are dumb..
It’s ridiculous to argue about personal tastes or rules of composition if what you produce is a beautiful image; especially if it is an image your customers love. Your shots are interesting, not all of them appeal to me, and some I found downright unpleasant, but that’s okay. What matters is your customers liked them. If they did, then the photos are good. 🙂
If you bump up the video def to 480p and expand the viewing screen you will see an equivalent of a 3×5 and it’s pretty sharp with bride and groom quite identifiable. Now imagine a hi-res print of an 8×10 or larger…. a lot more detail will be seen, believe me. Accusing people of not being concerned of their clients’ wishes is rather presumptuous and will always land you many detractors…. because you’d always be wrong or at least guilty of not really knowing what you’re talking about.
They who are in the photo, knows they are in it. But those who dont know them, dont know them and for them it is just good looking photo telling story of the road to the marriage and it is icon showing what marriage is about. If the people in the photo would not be seen as bride and husband, then it would be failed photo without meaning.
Love the last shot- it’s the reason I watched
You seem very creative photos. I really congratulate the author and invited him to share my personal portfolio.
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It depends on what message you are trying to convey as to where the subject is placed in the photo; likewise, there is no one set way of “seeing”. In the case of the bride and groom, the narrative is the concept of the road ahead that they will travel; some straight, some of it winding. Eye candy is what gets you hired, but most of what people buy are the close up shots in traditional poses and shots that capture emotion of the moment. You have to work from all sides, but put the client first.
– Absolutely, 0 + 0 still = 0
pleasure of photography (z) = pleasure when expose the photo (x) + pleasure when looking at your photo (y) …. composing = taking time when expose your photo (less x) but higher y later. So if total z is not increasing after composing the photo right, there is no need to compose the photo right :p :p
Holy ************, 2:17, that is so beautiful.