LindaShorey wrote:Very well done photostory, Matt! Keeping to three images helps those of us with short attention spans (moi). I'm wondering if you set that goal of "just three" deliberately, and if so, do you feel by doing so you took more care in determining which would have the most impact.
I love most everything about nature and wildlife, so the subject of this series is of particular interest. Very enjoyable topic!
I like the limit of three for posting (I didn't mean limiting yourself/myself while shooting, though that was an exercise once that I did participate in - very stressful )Matt Quinn wrote:Thanks Linda. No, I don't think ahead of time about the number of photos... What do you do ? Matt
St3v3M wrote:I might have liked to see the fish 'boiling' in the first or second, but found the story that goes with them just as interesting. Are you writing a photo-book?
The third is my favorite somehow offering that feeling of a cold watery day where the wind slips beneath your coat and chills you from the inside. The story is all there, the written word helps to add to it of course, but the image offers everything you need. Not an easy task and well taken indeed! Keep them coming! S-
Matt Quinn wrote:Thank you, Steve. Now that I look at #3, I see it does tell the whole story .. Best to be brief. And leave them wanting more. Thanks. Matt
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