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jakke
26 februari 2002, 08:18
Dit komt van een posting door Stephen Cook. Ik heb het even overgenomen (in het engels, sorry). Maar het leek me wel boeiend om eens te lezen.

10.Your mother thinks everything you do is great. Unless your mother is Margaret Bourke-White, find someone else to do critical analysis of your photos.

9.Somewhere on this planet, someone has taken an interesting photo of a duck. It probably wasn't you.

8.Nudes are the easiest thing in the world to shoot poorly, and the hardest thing in the world to shoot well. Learn to take good photos of people with their clothes on before worrying about shooting them nude.

7.You've got too much dead space in your photographs. If it isn't essential to the composition, crop it out.
6.It probably isn't your equipments fault. But it might be.

5.Take your camera with you. True story: I worked for a small newspaper, and was acknowledged by all on the staff to be the best photographer there. I went to the store one day, just a few blocks away, and left my equipment at home. When I looked out across a field, I saw a tornado heading for the high school gym. By the time I got home and got my gear, the tornado had taken the roof off the gym and dissipated. A little old lady that worked at the paper took a photo of the tornado with a 35mm point and shoot camera. She won photo of the year (statewide) with it.
4.Don't take the same photograph over and over. Experiment a little.

3.If you take a great photograph, admire it, brag about it, and then put it away. You should be a lot more concerned with your next photograph than your last one.

2.Learn to focus. You can correct a lot of things in post-processing, but you can't make an out-of focus photograph come into focus.

1.This story's been told about a zillion different conductors, but I'll tell it about Leonard Bernstein. He was standing on a curb in New York City, when a young man, who didn't know who he was, asked him how to get to the Metropolitan Opera House. Bernstein pointed his finger straight at his nose and said “Practice!”

jamonadap
26 februari 2002, 09:06
:) :) :cool:

Hee Jakke, je dat deze topic de "foto moppentopic" kunnen noemen. Wellicht een goed idee; na gedane arbeid even relaxen! :D

Jan

jakke
26 februari 2002, 09:20
Het heeft wel een grappige inslag, ja.
Toch is het dikwijls opmerkelijk raak, ik denk dat hierin enkele nuttige tips zitten.

jamonadap
26 februari 2002, 13:47
Toch is het dikwijls opmerkelijk raak, ik denk dat hierin enkele nuttige tips zitten.


Dat moet ik je nageven, na gelachen te hebben moet je e.e.a. even op je laten inwerken.
Na de eerste keer, moest ik dan ook snel verder met bestandjes/foto's veilig te stellen :D.

Jan

PS: zou een plaatje gepost hebben de Geeuw, het sormt hier weer lekker. Maar zie er nu toch maar vanaf!
:o

Edited by - jamonadap on 26 February 2002 14:49:43

jakke
27 februari 2002, 16:12
Nog even een illustratie van het nut van tip 5...

Kijk eens hier : http://koti.mbnet.fi/~soldier/towboat.htm

Ongelooflijk :D

The Kid
27 februari 2002, 16:53
Vandaag bij het surfen nog een goeie site tegengekomen met tips:

http://www.photographytips.com/

Vooral de tips over compositie vond ik heel interessant. Ik heb de site direct gebookmarked. Niet dat ik hier iemand wil wegjagen natuurlijk :D