This image is missing something, there is nothing really to draw the eye. I need to start thinking more about what I like about the scene I am looking at, and how to turn that into a photo.
I like the road, but it’s going nowhere, the bottom needs to be cropped out of the photo.
The grass part needs to be exposed a bit more, and the horizon a bit less.
Trying to get the hang of using leading lines, a technique photographers use to draw your eye through an image. This is a bit of an extreme example, it was taken by going really close to a wall of a paint shop in Tralee.
I think this image is missing something. The light outside was pretty crappy, very overcast, it might be worthwhile for me to try and take it again at a better time of day with warmer light. I’m also unsure if the light fixture to the edge of the photo adds to the shot or takes away from it? Maybe I should try it again at a longer focal length?
My first real attempt at B&W. I like the contrast between the black leather and the highly reflective chrome.
I think maybe the photo might have been better if the “Screaming Eagle” filter at the front of photo was the focal point with maybe a lower aperture.