This originally ran on Allison’s blog a few days ago.
Have a look, I’d like your thoughts.
Agree or disagree?
Speak to me!
I spent this weekend on a “staycation” with my family. We drove a few hours away from our house to explore the Colorado wilds, including Great Sand Dune National Park and trekking on winding mountain roads in search of fall colors.
It was glorious. Quality family time, and I had a great excuse to not edit.
It has a narrow focus.
Consider the popular dune pic. In it, I focused on three things: the footprints, the person (my husband), and the sky. Easy to see and understand.
In the other pics, there really wasn’t a focus. The dunes are freaking huge and I wanted to relay that. Problem is, well…
The dunes are freaking huge.
There’s no way to capture their enormity in a photograph. Even the best, most professional photograph wouldn’t do justice to actually being there.
By narrowing the focus, I allowed my friends to experience what I did on a scale that could be captured with a picture.
The rest of her very interesting piece is HERE. Please read through and comment there or here. I’m curious about your thoughts.
Then I’ll share mine.