Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by CraigC, Oct 17, 2021.
2. A very few, just don't work, for my eye.
3. Art is definitely in the eye of the beholder.
4. I take terrible, plain, uninspired pics. But, I continue to try and improve.
5. See a pic you don't like? Ok, move on. Each artist and admirer has their opinions on how and why the image was framed and composed, as shown.
The following pic: good contrast, not cluttered.
A perfect pic.
these photo want me to have Ice Cold Beers and Ribs??? anybody else?
A little art critique on your image… I see Passion of the Trailer, Kill Bill’s brother Bud, the contrast is minimal with lack of negative space. Very against the grain here! Good Eye!!
These are basically all the same, but I think the 4th photo down looks much better than the other 3.
Here are two more shots of the 327. One in HD (high definition) and one not. My phone will take 2 different exposures of the same photo.
Pat Riot - that #2 shot of your pistol seems to be better lit as the engraving on the side of the barrel and the S&W logo by the grip are more visible than the other three pictures. Nice looking revolver.
These were both bad pics, didn't spend time on lighting or focus. The one below, I put a little more effort into, but I'm no photographer.
I'm no photographer either, but I like #1 best and #2 second. All good, thanks for sharing.
that's a large chunk of flagstone.
I like the black and white version.
I think your photos look good, but I think #3 looks great.
Maybe, you should get a lump of coal and try it as a backdrop.
Good idea though.
Love the fly rod and the lever gun!
The excellent Roger sr9c is the subject.
That's prime horn work.
Well...all of it actually.
Who did you find to make the bag?
That is an awesome shot!
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