What is a Good Photo

Updated on May 27, 2017 in Photography
1 on May 27, 2017

I have seen that if the photo is a very colorful orange sunset or a very colorful green garden with many colorful flowers than the photos will be liked by almost everybody but if you show a black and white photo the first reaction i get is “When was this photo taken?” and most people don’t like them.
Then there’s the thing of taste (preference) we all have a different preference about shapes, colors, textures, events etc. so what could be a good photo to one person could be the worst to another.
That is why i believe that bad photos do not exist.

 
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For me, bad photos does exist 🙂 I made them and make them again and again 🙂 Well, I think that such categories like “good” and “bad” are too wide. It might be better to think about a photo from some specific point of view (by the way, it is hard for me). When I think about my photo from some specific point of view then I could discover some interesting moments. For example, I might think about a photo that there is a lack of expressivity or conciseness, e.g. I put a lot into a photo (so attention is scattered), or the main thing in a photo is weakly expressed. And then it makes me thinking: how it could be better?

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