Phoneography: Three View Monday

Above

Above

Below

Below

Straight on: Beth with her grandson Arrow

Straight on: Beth with her grandson Arrow

Let me know what you think. These are photos I used to illustrate photo taking strategies in my class. We also had fun listing the  common mistakes made by amateur. FullSizeRender   What would you say are the common mistakes? Lens and Pens

24 thoughts on “Phoneography: Three View Monday

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  3. I just love your first image. It looks like a Japanese painting. I will be starting up a photography group at the end of next month – just for women to learn about their phones and other cameras so your list is great.

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  4. My favourites are the first two. I like how the first photo takes my eyes upward. In the second photo, I get the sense that the owner is coming back for the shoes, but when she’s ready to do so. Maybe she took them off because she wanted to walk barefoot on the ground, or to splash about in water, if there’s a stream or river nearby.

    All in all, good shots!

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  5. I often forget to check where the primary light source is and use it to my advantage. The first photo is an example of my problem. Taking photos of birds in the early morning light, they are almost impossible to see their bright colours. Your class sounds like fun, and your photos here are signs of your increasing knowledge. Love the final one! Captured this transient moment so well, Carol. But the pink slippers spark my imagination!

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