wardzach2007 wrote in post #12307274
1.My advice would be to trash the first one. The angle of it is confusing.
2.This shot seems better but yet, you cropped out the whole subject.
3.Best of the three IMO
Best advice would be to move your feet and think before you shoot. That's if you want more interesting photo's.
Have to disagree with the 1st one, 2nd I was just standing too close, no cropping done. But i do think i should've moved back. And for the 3rd thanks, although i realize i could've waited for my buddy to move haha.
FlyingPhotog wrote in post #12307318
Pima often yields very cluttered backgrounds. I'd suggest getting in much closer and isolating interesting small details in addition to just documenting the airframes.
Agree 100% majority of my shots were small details.
JF Photos wrote in post #12309203
I kind of like this one. The perspective adds to the size of the subject in relation to the position of the viewer. My only edit would be the contrail or whatever that is on the left. That would have to be cloned out.
Noted, I will buff that out soon ha!
wardzach2007 wrote in post #12309245
To each their own. I just don't like trying to guess what the subject is. I want to know what I'm looking at, straight to the point right when I see the picture. I don't like to bend over backwards with my head to see the picture in it's real form. IMO
It's pretty straight forward, picture is from my pov. No twisting required.
altitude604 wrote in post #12309667
I too kind of like the first one as well. Didn't take much of a stretch to figure that it's a T-56 turbprop engine for me though. Would like it a bit more if the whole prop was visible.
#2 could use a bit better angle and less distractions in the background.
#3 not bad... could have waited for buddy under the engine to move and maybe lighten up some of the undercarriage area. YMMV.
Alright thanks for the input, hopefully I will improve next time.
I will do my best haha.