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UER Forum > UE Photo Critiques > Any advice ? (Viewed 364 times)
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You should've stood in the center of the light in #2...it would've given in a heroic moment feeling




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Keep in mind how the viewers eyes travel along the image. People always see the brightest parts first. In #1, my eye goes right to that sun spot on the floor. There is nothing interesting about the sun spot, it is just a pure white blob. Try to make sure the brightest part of the image is either the subject or a key part in the composition.




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You should've stood in the center of the light in #2...it would've given in a heroic moment feeling


Of course I did it ! I tried to upload it, but for some reason it gives me an error when I try to upload certain images.




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Keep in mind how the viewers eyes travel along the image. People always see the brightest parts first. In #1, my eye goes right to that sun spot on the floor. There is nothing interesting about the sun spot, it is just a pure white blob. Try to make sure the brightest part of the image is either the subject or a key part in the composition.



I didnt think about that..
Ill try to take that in consideration on my next shoot.
Thank you !




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