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 Post subject: Buildings is my thing.
PostPosted: Thu Jul 14, 2011 10:51 pm 
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I've decided that I like taking photographs of buildings, old ones, new ones, ugly ones, pretty ones, unassuming ones, impressive ones. The point is they are buildings.

I feel guilty that I don't take pictures of people, but buildings is what I like!

Its ok to specialise isn't it? Even as an amateur?


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no its not ok, it has to be people, that is the rules :P :twisted:

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was only joking, of course.

I don`t think anyone should feel guilty about whatever they photograph its all about the enjoyment you get out of it.

Part of it is the hunt for the subject no matter whether its a bird, a person or a building. Part of it is the sharing with others. Capturing the moment etc.

Its your own interpretation and creation, no need to feel guilty.

You may find that by photographing other things and going outside your comfort zone you learn something new, which will make your photos better.

Its a journey, enjoy it.

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They don't talk, they don't move (generally), they change character as light changes - what's not to like when learning photography???


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