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Brent Mail is a professional photographer from Australia who recently interviewed Cole Thompson, a fine art photographer from the United States. It is a great interview. Please go take a peek! Among many of the things he said that resonated with me concerns the Rule Of Thirds:
“I have my own “Rule of Thirds”. (I don’t like Rules of Photography so I make up my own).
My Rule of Thirds says a great image is comprised of one-third vision, one-third the shot, and one-third processing.
The vision is what drives the other two-thirds.
It drives the shot because when I know what I want the final image to look like, that directs how I capture the image.
Likewise with the processing, which is where I do the majority of the creative work on the image, the vision drives it.”
Get used to his name. Cole Thompson. I…
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I have never been partial to black and white photos, probably because of the limits of my present camera. But images such as this really grab me. As he says, his vision leads to the shot, but his post-processing is where the real drama comes in.
This photo is by Emilio from our collaborative black and white photoblog Monochromia. There are 9 of us that love black and white images contributing to this new project. Here is a link we might just convert you – http://groupexpo.wordpress.com I hope you enjoy it John 🙂
I went! I enjoyed! Your photo of the fern leaf was enough to convince me. It just wouldn’t have been as dynamic in color!
Thanks John 🙂