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post by UrbanDK   |  | 
No Punch Backs
< on 3/17/2020 1:53 PM >

I'm an amateur photographer. What do you guys think? What could I have done differently?



[last edit 3/17/2020 2:00 PM by UrbanDK - edited 3 times]

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post by blackhawk   |  | This member has been banned. See the banlist for more information.

Re: No Punch Backs
<Reply # 1 on 3/17/2020 2:26 PM >

Shoot from -any- cam height that gets the look you want.
Don't just shoot at the same height you feel comfortable with all the time.
Generally try to square off shots when framing them unless you have a solid artistic reason not to.

Used to have a Ghia that color less the fade.



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post by UrbanDK   |  | 
Re: No Punch Backs
<Reply # 2 on 3/17/2020 2:44 PM >

Posted by blackhawk
Shoot from -any- cam height that gets the look you want.
Don't just shoot at the same height you feel comfortable with all the time.
Generally try to square off shots when framing them unless you have a solid artistic reason not to.

Used to have a Ghia that color less the fade.



Appreciate it. I don't have equipment on that level yet but if I ever get to that point I'll be paying close attention to framing for sure.


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Re: No Punch Backs
<Reply # 3 on 3/17/2020 3:02 PM >

Posted by UrbanDK


Appreciate it. I don't have equipment on that level yet but if I ever get to that point I'll be paying close attention to framing for sure.


You don't need equipment, just the knowledge and practice.
Slightly harder to square off with smart phones and dim viewfinder images, but not impossible. Do it all the time with my smart phone.


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post by UrbanDK   |  | 
Re: No Punch Backs
<Reply # 4 on 3/17/2020 3:40 PM >

Posted by blackhawk


You don't need equipment, just the knowledge and practice.
Slightly harder to square off with smart phones and dim viewfinder images, but not impossible. Do it all the time with my smart phone.


Good thing I'm lucky enough to have a phone with a good camera.


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post by randomesquephoto   |  | 
Re: No Punch Backs
<Reply # 5 on 3/17/2020 5:25 PM >

Always helps to turn on grid lines.

I like the shot a lot. I mostly photograph wrecked abandoned cars. 'Cause, my area is full of them.

It's a solid shot.

I think maybe a little too much dead space at the bottom of the shot.


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post by ryanpics   |  | 
Re: No Punch Backs
<Reply # 6 on 3/17/2020 7:02 PM >

Very cool subject. Maybe get lower to the ground to add a little more depth with the shrubs and stuff. Nice shot.


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post by UrbanDK   |  | 
Re: No Punch Backs
<Reply # 7 on 3/17/2020 7:24 PM >

Posted by randomesquephoto
Always helps to turn on grid lines.

I like the shot a lot. I mostly photograph wrecked abandoned cars. 'Cause, my area is full of them.

It's a solid shot.

I think maybe a little too much dead space at the bottom of the shot.


Thanks. I don't know what year this punch buggy is but I know it ain't a new one.




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