Some photographs continue to hold our interest long after they are taken. Others don't. What accounts for the difference? It's worth looking at our own work with that question in mind. The answer may tell us what kinds of photographs we should be taking.
We need to be on the lookout for photographs that aren't yet available, but soon may be.
We get a good composition when the right combination of subject matter and light coalesces in the viewfinder. Subjects are often moving. Light is often changing. We need to be thinking ahead to avoid missing shots.
It's easy to take forgettable landscape photographs. I've done it many times. We see a pretty scene, twist some dials, focus and start clicking the shutter. Then we get home and wonder why the results are so disappointing.
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