Sometimes, I'm not sure whether a shot is "good" or not, but I really like it all the same. I've learned that there's not a lot of point in trying to shoot images that you think someone else might regard as "good" anyway. I shoot to please myself and "good" to me might simply mean that I did a more pleasing job than I might have done 6 months ago.
I took this yesterday at a football match. I thought the warm late afternoon light looked appealing and there was an opportunity to shoot people moving randomly, which I like doing. I like the arrangement of the figures and there's a certain balance in the composition (cropping very helpful here) which makes me like this picture. It's an iPhone shot, cropped and processed in Snapseed. I also ran it through Oggl, where I was able to enhance the warmth in a pleasing way. The original shot is below.
Sunday lunch with Tom at Hillarys Boat Harbour offered a reason to venture into the screaming kiddie hell of the Aquarium of Western Australia. The tranquility of the images contrasts so jarringly with the experience.
Science | Football | Rock 'n' roll | Photography. Only doing one of those here.