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I need your help!

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

For my Photography class we have to get our one best photograph printed and matted, but for the life of me (or, rather, my grade) I cannot pick my best photograph. I can't even narrow it down to my top five.

That's why I need your help. I'm going to list some choices. Some are photographs that I like, and some are photographs that I got really high grades. I think that my favorite is the one with the pumpkins, but I didn't score very high on that photograph. I think my highest grades were the tombstone picture and the cross. The teacher is taking everyone's best photograph and putting them on display in the library. Please, please help me and tell me which one is your favorite.

#1 Tombstone

#2 cross


#3 courthouse


#4 berries


#5 stained glass


#6 church tower


#7 sepia column


#8 columns


#9 tombstone and tree



#10 pumpkin


14 Responses to “I need your help!”

  1. I prefer #9 but they all look great!

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  2. I like #7, or either of the courthouse pics. :)

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  3. I love all the pics, but 2 and 5 are my favorites!

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  4. They're all great, but I love #9!

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  5. It is hard to pick! But I think I like #2 and #3 the best, leaning more towards #3. I like the lines in the picture and the contrast between that beautiful blue sky and the white courthouse.

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  6. i love #5!! Its so beautiful. My brother is a photo major!!! I still have to email you my questions - im sorry for the delay i was traveling with my team and now i just have to get myself back on track but i will email you back!! Thank you for your help :)

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  7. I like #5. The contrast of the shadows with the colors on the stained glass window is striking and makes it stand out the most.

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  8. I love #9, the contrast and composition are very striking.

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  9. I'm going to have to say the stained glass one...or #9. I think that #9 is probably my favorite. Not only because of the contrast and composition but also because of the meaning...a tree as life and the tombstone as death. Very interesting.

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  10. The students in my class have voted. Their votes are for 10, 4, 5, 10, 9, 9, 2, 5, 9

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  11. I like 2 & 5,
    The tree w/ tombstone struck me too but I like color!!!

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  12. Hi Rebecca!
    This is Leah, Lindsay's engagement session photographer. I love your blog, and just had to chime in with my opinion on your images.

    There hasn't been a single vote for my favorite, which is the church steeple and clock. I love it because:
    There is good use of foreground (branches) and background (steeple).
    The view is unusual-looking up, not straight on.
    The time frozen on the clock might be significant-the moment a couple is united in marriage, or perhaps a loved one is laid to rest.
    You did a great job properly exposing the church while keeping the sky blue.

    I'm a wedding photographer, and so I might be a little biased, but that one stands out to me!

    My advice is to choose the image that utilizes the greatest number of photography "rules", or the one that best nailed the one or two rules you were trying to capture.

    Good luck!

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