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16-10-12, 10:06 PM
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Hove, actually
IMO personal taste determines whether as a viewer you like or dislike something, and as an artist how you frame your statement. As I said, I did have 5 reasons for liking the composition as it was; but I've learned from bitter experience to never give reasons.
Also, I find that paying careful attention to the edges of the frame (and knowing what you want) works for me, as well as reducing the need to crop and hence lose quality by extra enlargement. This presupposes always using a tripod and spending time in thought first rather than later.
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