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Your photography in 2022 This Is Why Your Pictures Suck (And How to Fix It)
Jan 1, 2022 11:56:43   #
P-J Loc: UK
 
Hi everyone & a Happy & Peaceful New Year.

Read this on Apple news & wondered what your thoughts are on it? I think para 4 is the most pertinent?

Years ago, we published an article called This is Why Your Pictures Suck. To date, it's one of our most popular articles on the site. And inside is some brutally honest advice from long-time photographer and podcast host Ibarionex Perello. He's interviewed tons of photographers over the years, and it gives a brutally honest opinion on things. But since its original publishing in 2013, things have changed. You all have become better photographers for sure. Everyone, however, can deal with a
Read in The Phoblographer: https://apple.news/A3wjwAkdiTS-aG9jp_jUJoQ

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Jan 1, 2022 15:12:37   #
neillaubenthal
 
Hmmm…based on comments here from some I thought that your photos sucked unless you used a full frame mirrorless Canon camera…and if you did use one of those you were the bestest photographer ever:-)

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Jan 1, 2022 15:13:56   #
kpmac Loc: Ragley, La
 
I fit a lot of the criteria for bad photography. However; I didn't find anything new in the article. Same reasons and advice given thousands of times by thousands of others.

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Jan 2, 2022 09:05:11   #
John Maher
 
P-J wrote:
Hi everyone & a Happy & Peaceful New Year.

Read this on Apple news & wondered what your thoughts are on it? I think para 4 is the most pertinent?

Years ago, we published an article called This is Why Your Pictures Suck. To date, it's one of our most popular articles on the site. And inside is some brutally honest advice from long-time photographer and podcast host Ibarionex Perello. He's interviewed tons of photographers over the years, and it gives a brutally honest opinion on things. But since its original publishing in 2013, things have changed. You all have become better photographers for sure. Everyone, however, can deal with a
Read in The Phoblographer: https://apple.news/A3wjwAkdiTS-aG9jp_jUJoQ
Hi everyone & a Happy & Peaceful New Year.... (show quote)


Thank you.

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Jan 2, 2022 09:16:59   #
camerapapi Loc: Miami, Fl.
 
I agree, nothing really new there. We all learn a photography style and we keep on doing it. It comes a time when our images are all the same with the same perspective. We seldom bring the camera to ground level for a different view or at high levels except when using a drone.
This has happened to me often, perhaps for been lazy. Something I have changed, instead of using my zooms to crop the subject I set them at a specific focal length and use it as a fixed focal length lens. It has worked for me.

Let's see if we become more creative in 2022. Happy New Year to everyone.

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Jan 2, 2022 17:20:32   #
JD750 Loc: SoCal
 
neillaubenthal wrote:
Hmmm…based on comments here from some I thought that your photos sucked unless you used a full frame mirrorless Canon camera…and if you did use one of those you were the bestest photographer ever:-)


Well there is that.

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