By Suellen Cook. I understand that my art work is probably not falling into the traditional view of photography, nor what you might be expecting, nevertheless I would appreciate whatever feedback I can get from experienced photographers.
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Taken on my brother's farm, Eastland, New Zealand.
Image taken on the forecourt of the Sydney Opera House.
Inspired by Margaret Brown’s article ‘Go Minimalist’ in our Mar-May 2014 issue, we asked photographers to strip out the excess and to distill their images down to the minimum.
I was trying to capture a glimpse of the Melbourne atmosphere in my short visit there.
I took this un-posed image of my son Liam down at the beach one morning. He climbed onto a rock shelf and his silhouette suddenly presented itself. It is perhaps the most favourite image I’ve taken. One aspect I’m unsure about is how to best crop the image. I’ve already cropped slightly (the original is a fraction higher and a tiny bit wider) but am reluctant to lose more of the sky and not sure how to deal with the dark foreground.
The tumbler’s position in Saga Shiriskar’s On the beach has a fine, energetic quality and the juxtaposition with the group of background figures really transforms it from glanceworthy to something very distinctly in the “look again” category.
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