Five Ways To Know Your Photos Aren’t Cutting It (via Photofocus)

Scott has some very valid points in this post. If you do not know when they are bad, how can you tell if they are good? The dark is needed to define the light.

Five Ways To Know Your Photos Aren't Cutting It I don’t usually write stuff from this point of view. I’d rather tell you how to improve your pictures. But someone recently pointed out to me that he didn’t know when things were going south for him, so he also didn’t know when they were going well. That resonated with me a bit so I’m going to share these tidbits in the hope that I don’t offend anyone, but perhaps shake them up enough to want to improve. It’s important to note that one man’s tras … Read More

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