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    Default Flame + Abstacts.

    Hehe here's mine!








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    Tips to satisfy aesthetic appreciation:

    intoxique,


    Subject matter should be in sympathy with the what you want
    the viewer to see. Here are some tips I have learned from
    my mentors.

    1. Since your subject is the flame; you have successfully create
    images that show strength and clarity especially the close-up shots.

    2, However you have to be more selective in including or
    excluding other visual elements so that the viewer can identify
    it as a well organised composition.

    3. You have to throw out disturbing elements to achieve balance.

    4, Your ability to control colour contrast, perspective of lines
    should not be denied. Diagonal lines are dramatic with
    correct positioning.

    5. Abstracts sometimes reveal certain significance of your aim
    in communication to the audiences. One aspect is to provide
    visual ambiguities. However your representation of
    visual ambiguities is not found in any of the pictures.

    6. Remember you are providing guidelines to allow the viewer
    to use his eyes to move within the frame smoothly and intelligently
    to the destinated parts of the subject matter. Therefore you must
    not allow the viewer to disconnect with unwanted elements as
    in Picture 2, 8 & 9.

    I know you will improve when you attempt the flame
    again the second time, won't you?


    __________________________________________
    A quicker way to composition success is to design
    from the background up.
    A check screen
    on your viewfinder does help you to immediately
    identify the imaginery design line of your construction.


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    Originally posted by forward
    Tips to satisfy aesthetic appreciation:

    intoxique,


    Subject matter should be in sympathy with the what you want
    the viewer to see. Here are some tips I have learned from
    my mentors.

    1. Since your subject is the flame; you have successfully create
    images that show strength and clarity especially the close-up shots.

    2, However you have to be more selective in including or
    excluding other visual elements so that the viewer can identify
    it as a well organised composition.

    3. You have to throw out disturbing elements to achieve balance.

    4, Your ability to control colour contrast, perspective of lines
    should not be denied. Diagonal lines are dramatic with
    correct positioning.

    5. Abstracts sometimes reveal certain significance of your aim
    in communication to the audiences. One aspect is to provide
    visual ambiguities. However your representation of
    visual ambiguities is not found in any of the pictures.

    6. Remember you are providing guidelines to allow the viewer
    to use his eyes to move within the frame smoothly and intelligently
    to the destinated parts of the subject matter. Therefore you must
    not allow the viewer to disconnect with unwanted elements as
    in Picture 2, 8 & 9.

    I know you will improve when you attempt the flame
    again the second time, won't you?


    __________________________________________
    A quicker way to composition success is to design
    from the background up.
    A check screen
    on your viewfinder does help you to immediately
    identify the imaginery design line of your construction.

    Thanks for you great tips.
    Will try better shots next time.
    Thanks.

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