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6 photography clichés you should avoid
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Take a look at top 6 clichés that you should avoid in your quest for original and captivating photography.

http://www.photographytalk.com/photograp...ould-avoid
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(Oct 16, 2014, 01:13)Jeffbridge Wrote: Take a look at top 6 clichés that you should avoid in your quest for original and captivating photography.

http://www.photographytalk.com/photograp...ould-avoid

Interesting - thanks Jeffbridge - not sure I fall for any of these exactly but I probably do fall for other cliches. This type of post is priceless for increasing awareness of what's good practice and what's to be avoided. Cheers Jeff
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In my opinion, #3, #4, and #6 are not cliches but awful mistakes. #1, #2, and #5, along with lots of other photography techniques, have become cliches because they can make good images that people often enjoy viewing, and because of that they are techniques worth trying and applying to some images. Having written that, I would add that over-doing anything in life is never advisable! However, in photography the important thing is the final image - if a technique works with a particular image for you, then it is worth doing.

Cheers.
Philip
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