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sent on June 29, 2015 (17:53) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
There is a disturbing element in the corner and if the photo lacks a real subject that makes her lose interest. Once put in place these two shortcomings become a picture of interest in my view C'è un elemento di disturbo nell'angolo e in se la foto manca di un soggetto vero e proprio che le fa perdere di interesse. Una volta messo a posto queste due mancanze diventa una foto di maggiore interesse a mio modo di vedere
sent on July 01, 2015 (12:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
ThanksBernalor, I share with you that the item is in the disturbance, I stuck to the location (near a road, passing cars all the time and there were street lights that disturbed a lot ...); As to the subject itself, I do not know, what would be? A constellation? The moon? I'd ask you a few suggestions: D Grazie @Bernalor, condivido con te sul fatto che l'elemento nell'angolo sia di disturbo, ho dovuto accontentarmi della postazione (vicino a una strada, passavano auto in continuazione e c'erano lampioni che disturbavano parecchio...); quanto al soggetto vero e proprio, non saprei, quale potrebbe essere? Una costellazione? La luna? Ti chiederei qualche suggerimento :D
sent on July 01, 2015 (13:34) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
The subject is the foreground element that stands out from a background (most of the photographs are composed of these two elements: the subject and background). In the photo to the sky a subject is also used to make the photo attached to the place where shots. If shots sky without reference soils, can you take it in Italian as you can you take it in Tibet that the sky does not change. Also it gives greater uniqueness to your photos (The stars always have the same position, while the subject is one) and then interest.
I have put some good example of night shots with the subject that, thanks to the latter, are different from each other and from many others NB: examples are taken a bit 'faster on 500px, not my ;-)
sent on September 04, 2015 (0:32) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
You have photographed what you saw and saw the camera: the reality. better than this ........... hello and good by Lawrence hai fotografato quello che vedevi e vedeva la macchina fotografica:la realtà. meglio di così........... bravo e ciao da lorenzo