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Judge's view of photos
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Edward Weston Reality "It may be a good thing to copy reality; but to invent reality is much better."
Giuseppe Verdi "I KEEP six honest serving men
Their names are What and Why and When
And How and Where and Who."
Rudyard Kipling Art "In art there is only one thing that counts: the bit that cannot be explained."
Georges Braque "Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man's growth without destroying his roots."
Frank A. Clark Finally.... Thanks to
http://www.flickr.com/photos/calanais/ Matthew B White A Judge's view of photos Pecularities of Judges Trying to read something that's not there
Trying to guess the plant, animal, rock...
Move a little to the left
Well worn subjects
"What I did on my holidays..." COMPOSITION BALANCE:
Is the image aligned correctly or is it crooked?
Is the arrangement of the visual elements effective?
Is there a strong centre of interest, pattern or design?
Is it simple, yet complete and without distracting elements? Thirds
Black Areas Move into the frame
Objects cut off
Tonal Range "A work of art that did not begin in emotion is not art"
Paul Cezanne DYNAMIC
UNUSAL Emotional Appeal On judges... Why is the picture been taken?
Emotional Appeal What do 'we' consider? Does it work? WOW Factor! Do we keep coming back? FOCUS:
Is the image sharp? If not, is it intentionally soft and successful?
Is it free of marks, dust spots, stains, lens flare, etc?
Is it too light, too dark or just right?
Is the lighting too contrasty, too flat or just right?
Does it have neutral colours or a strange colour cast? Technical Quality