Should water look natural in photography?
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16-11-10, 02:51 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: North Herts
ultimately, it doesn't matter, do you take photos for your own pleasure or for the acceptance of others?
take shots in a style that pleases you & don't worry about what others think. There is very little that is original in photography, whatever style or subject you use you well likely only be doing what others have done before.
Styles go round in circles.
I saw a slideshow of all the entries for this year's East Anglia Federation of Camera Clubs annual exhibition last week. These are supposed to be the best shots submitted by all the clubs in the region. It seems that if you submitted a shot which was so overly processed as to appear like a watercolour then you got accepted. I guess the that style is pretty favourable currently, not really photography as far as I'm concerned but there you go.
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