Re: Re: Assignment 10 – Lake Bohinj

Duncan Rawlinson

Yes this is always a problem. One trick for this is to make sure that the light is good.

Another trick is to distance yourself from the photographs. Sometimes I wait like a week or two before I even process my images. Sometimes much longer.

That way the incredible experience you we’re having won’t cloud your judgement of whether or not the image alone is a good.

This is basically the same thing as the when people make films…. There is a director and an editor for a very good reason. The director knows just how hard it was to “get the shot” whereas the editor only cares about the story.

In this case as photographers are both. So taking some time to distance yourself from the image might help. (taking you from being the director to the editor…)

You can post your new landscape shot here.