"They" are right. You should always print your photographs to see how you've progressed and to appreciate what you have captured. Excuse the dodgy phone camera work but I wanted to share this Thailand Triptych. The photos look great printed and hung in the hallway.
I am still smarting a bit from my rejection from The Royal Photographic Society for my LRPS application. I am immensely proud of my hanging plan/selection and astounded how good they look printed. Not sure I agree with the comments and not sure I want to try again or continue my membership at this present … Continue reading LRPS Rejection
I put together my submission for my LRPS entry yesterday and had 15 shots printed onto board for the submission. I stuck with the 10 I had originally decided to include in my hanging plan which meant this photo of a clematis didn't make the cut. I really like this photograph but to obtain the … Continue reading Clematis
Following on from my previous post, the edited edition of Wisdom has arrived. Here you can see the comparison side by side. The original print with the distracting sign on the left with the edited version on the right. Cropped in with more blur added to ensure your focus is on the passenger. I definitely feel the … Continue reading Proof is in the pudding…*
OK, so this has been said by many people already but I am writing this to tell you that as a photographer, this is sage advice. You should print your photographs. Following the feedback from the Judges at the Royal Photographic Society, I decided to make the recommended changes before submitting my work to the … Continue reading Why you should print your photographs