How do you take a good picture? A question than seems simple yet hard to answer. My simple response would be, take the subject from multiple angles. This is the good advice I was once given; start wide, move in close, move around the subject and look for different angles. If you have the time you can spend an hour on a subject and get some really interesting results.
I had an hour to spare between classes and headed to the park just to see what I could photograph. I saw an open conifer on the floor, I picked it up and started placing it here and there. I took pictures with different compositions moving around the conifer and then moved on to the next location and repeated.
Heading to the digital darkroom I tried to approach my editing in the same way, I was really surprised by some of the ideas I had.
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