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post by MysteriousExpedition    |  | 
Back to the Theater
< on 5/2/2020 2:59 AM >

When I first made an account on here, I posted a picture of an anbandoned High School Theater for critique. I was able to go back some weeks ago and get different and hopefully better angles.
Let me know what you guys think needs to be improved:

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post by randomesquephoto   |  | 
Re: Back to the Theater
<Reply # 1 on 5/2/2020 5:11 AM >

I think, if you would have stepped, one, or two steps to your left, you could have found better symmetry.

The railing really lead you down, so it's a little disappointing that the angle is awkward.


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post by MysteriousExpedition    |  | 
Re: Back to the Theater
<Reply # 2 on 5/2/2020 7:05 AM >

Posted by Maxxer Power
I think, if you would have stepped, one, or two steps to your left, you could have found better symmetry.

The railing really lead you down, so it's a little disappointing that the angle is awkward.


Oh yeah, just noticed that. Damn it sticks out like a sore thumb

Thank you though! I shall try again. And with a tripod this time


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post by randomesquephoto   |  | 
Re: Back to the Theater
<Reply # 3 on 5/2/2020 7:36 AM >

Posted by MysteriousExpedition


Oh yeah, just noticed that. Damn it sticks out like a sore thumb

Thank you though! I shall try again. And with a tripod this time


Yeah! Good idea.

Maybe, find done great theater shots you like, look at them a call kit, and figure out why they work.

It doesn't need to be a centered shot. But, in this case. Some strict symmetry seems key.


Why don't you do something like. Take the center shot. Spend time there. With your tripod. And don't push the button until you get it right.

Then, like, move up and to your right, through the seats, until an angle catches your eyes. Stop. Set up your shot, and line it up, until you get it right. Then press the shutter.

Take your time. Get it right. What you see before you take a photo. Do that. But, figure out how to get it.

And, if you're not getting it. Maybe, don't take the shor. Cause, that's important too.


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post by MysteriousExpedition    |  | 
Re: Back to the Theater
<Reply # 4 on 5/2/2020 5:56 PM >

Posted by Maxxer Power


Yeah! Good idea.

Maybe, find done great theater shots you like, look at them a call kit, and figure out why they work.

It doesn't need to be a centered shot. But, in this case. Some strict symmetry seems key.


Why don't you do something like. Take the center shot. Spend time there. With your tripod. And don't push the button until you get it right.

Then, like, move up and to your right, through the seats, until an angle catches your eyes. Stop. Set up your shot, and line it up, until you get it right. Then press the shutter.

Take your time. Get it right. What you see before you take a photo. Do that. But, figure out how to get it.

And, if you're not getting it. Maybe, don't take the shor. Cause, that's important too.


Oh yeah, for sure. I think I can play around with the rule of thirds as well since that can play a role on how well symmetry can be. But yes, I'll take your advice


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