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Anamitra Chakladar

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shopping mall carpark
Description: shopping mall carpark Australia
Keywords: shopping, mall, carpark, Australia, parking
Date: 08.04.2011 10:12
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Rating: 3.00 (2 Vote(s))
File size: 229.8 KB
Added by: Lisa Hogben

Date created: 24.03.2010


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Leesa Miller

I think you need to work a little harder on the construction of your photo. Camera angle is just as importatnt as framing. The photo lacks the impact it could have had because poor construction and framing.
13.04.2011 02:36  
John Horniblow

Join Date: 13.03.2002
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I don't think its the framing that counts in this photo

Leesa, I think the image conveys more though an unconventional framing than you are giving it credit for. I think the framing is intentionally constructed to convey a narrative . That being space, emptiness and possibly loneliness.
19.04.2011 14:13 Offline John Horniblow horniblow at
Leesa Miller

John, I appreciate your opinion but unfortunately I see far too often unconventional framing used as an excuse for poor technique and thought process in the construction of an image. The narrative in this photo is could have been coveyed more effectively with a little my work I feel.
19.04.2011 22:09  

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