England Part I

25Mar08

What you have all been waiting for… Spring Break in England pictures!!! Sorry for the wait, but things have been really hectic lately… actually they still are, but I really wanted to get these up here. I will go back and caption later, but right now I simply don’t have the time.

Please keep in mind that I was on this trip with three of my friends (and my friend’s dad), so I didn’t get to wait for anything to develop!  Many of the pictures featured were taken on the first and only try.  During the photo meeting last week, Jim, Wes and I discussed some things that I could have done better had I had the time, and I definitely learned a lot from their feedback.

I have also decided to split the photos up into two posts. For one, it will hopefully make them a little easier to look at. And I want to build some anticipation. Make you wanting more. (haha)

PLEASE PLEASE COMMENT!!!

England

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England 3

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3 Responses to “England Part I”

  1. 1 Brian Sherrard

    I liked the photo of the woman driving. I liked the one of the three people walking down the alley with the bikes in the foreground. The one of the old man reading is a nice pic but you should have followed it up with a closer shot of the man himself reading. The flowers are nice but a close up of that man reading with that gorgeous wall behind him would have been a fantastic shot.

  2. 2 Rebecca

    Kristin–I like the one of the lady driving. At first I thought it was cool because she’s on the opposite side of what we’re used to. Then, I had to do a double take because I thought a car was getting ready to hit her head one. I realized that yet again, it’s just on the opposite side of what I’m used to!

  3. More than anything with these pictures, i want to see faces! Once again, your foreground is good, but I need good faces.

    I do dig your guy against the wall reading. You did a good job of not putting your horizon right smack in the middle of the frame. My best advice is just get closer to your subjects.

    keep shooting.
    brad


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