I like her work as well. But i also like the "hear the roar of the waves" kind of work.
Anyway, good discussion here. The views are really liberal and not "die die must listen to me, i am right".
But needs time to digest la.
When I go through a whole bunch of images and I stop and look at one, that is to me a good photograph.
It doesn't matter how it reached me; be it by the composition, the subjects, the lighting, the colours, etc.
It captured my attention and made me want to know more about it.
That is my personal measure of a good photograph.
Last edited by Thedraperyfalls; 1st March 2010 at 07:20 PM.
wow..this topic seems philosophical in a uniquely profound way..thanks to all who gave their views..I hv enjoyed reading... Nt hving a straight forward meaning does make photography appreciated by all levels i guess...
RGB Metering & Focusing.
Wonder how is the effect achive? I am still a newbie when comes to post processing. Anyone can shed some lights? Much appreciate.
To me, a good photo is like a good song. It makes you stop to think about it, possibly making you listen or look at it again. Probably because it invokes some feelings in you, whether its the technicality of the shots, like those bullet freezing ones or the beauty of the landscape. It has to make you feel something. Of course people feel and appreciate things differently so it is subjective, but when its a common consensus then its becomes a little more objective..