I need your help again please! My next assignment in my Scenic and Wildlife Photography Class is to take two scenic photos with the following specifications: it had to be taken from a low angle, everything must be in focus and it can’t include anything man-made.
I went out to the river by my parent’s cabin and up to Nose Hill to take some photos. By the end of both shoots, my pant legs were soaked and I was covered in snow – my prof should be happy with my attempts to “get low.” To be honest, I’m not 100% happy with them as I was taking pictures as to my professor’s specifications – low angle, using foreground to give the viewer a place to stand and a bunch of other things instead of taking pictures of what I think looks good. I guess I have to get the rules of composition more ingrained, so that I incorporate them without thinking!
Anyways, I would appreciate it if you would please look through the following photos and choose your two favourites in the poll at the end. Here are this week’s options:
In the poll, could you please choose your favourite two photos?
Thank you to all who helped me pick out the photos for my previous assignment last week. I ended up choosing photos 3, 4 and 8. We were critiqued on our composition: our use of the rule of thirds, framing, leading lines, perspective, triangles and foreground (to give the viewer something to “stand on”). I really like how our teacher approaches this – he asks “how can you make this picture better?” instead of what is wrong with the photo.
Thanks again for your help!