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Great Photograph

A great photograph consists of great eye quality that portrays a message which the viewers can understand clearly. It emphasizes¬†every detailed aspect of what is in the photo and captures the moment of the emotion being shown through the colors … Continue reading

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Great Photographs

A great photograph makes the viewer understand a concept or idea instantly just by viewing.It captures a moment and emotion all kinds positive and negative. It re-creates the moment and feeling for the viewer, provides a sense of empathy.

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Understanding Photography

What makes a great photograph is understanding ¬†the ¬†feeling ¬†of it. Yes, taking ¬†a ¬†picture is ¬†a simple thing to do, But ¬†there’s ¬†more ¬†than just ¬†taking a photograph of someone or something.It’s the emotional concept that you’re trying to … Continue reading

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What makes a great photograph?

A great photograph consists of the message, mood and/or emotion in which is being shown or displayed. Sometimes a great photo becomes a theme or describes/shows a¬†scene,¬†person/place or¬†thing to convey a specific message. Photos can be fun and some photos … Continue reading

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The greatest picture

Lighting of the photo and depending on the place where a person takes a photo are the two things that makes a great photograph. You want to get a good sense of lighting when you are taking a picture.¬†I would … Continue reading

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What makes a great photograph?

A great photograph is when the viewer is able to interpret the photo and tell a story. They say that pictures are worth a thousand words, so being able to put words or meaning behind a photo makes it great. … Continue reading

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