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It's Not Really Me
I’ve never understood why some of the photos I make don’t appeal to me both in the moment of creation and at some time after the editing and publication.
I can easily see the composition is good. Good balancing elements of shape, density, and placement. The tones are good. The light is good. Lines contribute to each other. No distracting elements.
Yet there is something about the photo that doesn’t feel right to me. Perhaps I’m too close to everything about the photo. Close to everything but an objective view. A view from outside the experience. From an unattended viewpoint.
Perhaps I am my own narrow audience needing to question what I do. To search for the next photo knowing that I’m not sure of what has come before. Or what will come next.
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