I got my feedback from my tutor, Mr Taylor, yesterday for my 2nd assessment of this course. Here is a small part of the detailed report that he sent me.
“Overall, I must firstly congratulate you on persisting in the Lake District when the light and weather conditions were not very encouraging: you have produced some good images. However, these same conditions have not been good at providing examples of high contrast lighting. Although High Contrast 1, 2, 3 and 4 are all good pictures, they do not really show high contrast situations.”
In view of his comments I have looked at the images that I had submitted and have added the following photographs that I will submit for formal assessment later in the year.
The original image was of a water fall, Mr Taylor commented as follows:-
“The waterfall itself does rather dominate the frame and I suggest that a wider angle or different viewpoint may have been better, to encompass more of the rocks and surroundings.”
High Contrast- New Images
Low Contrast-New Images