How to be a Postmodern photographer

Use of colour cast and camera phone only scores 2/10 on the snob annoyance scale

Use of camera phone, colour cast and no eye contact only scores 3/10 on the snob annoyance scale. Copyright Malcolm Raggett.

Here’s a great little article from Digital Camera World: How to Drive Photography Snobs Mad. The more of these “faults” you introduce into your photographs, the more Postmodern you will be!

camera phone, blown-out highlights, tilted horizon, no eye contact, visible noise, soft. 6/10 - getting better but room for improvement!

camera phone, blown-out highlights, tilted horizon, no eye contact, visible noise, soft. Score: 6/10 – getting better but room for improvement! Copyright Malcolm Raggett.

PAGE 1 –  Blown-out highlights
PAGE 2 –  Soft images
PAGE 3 –  Visible noise
PAGE 4 –  Shooting portraits from below eye-level
PAGE 5 –  No eye contact
PAGE 6 –  Colourcasts
PAGE 7 –  Converging verticals
PAGE 8 –  Tilting horizons
PAGE 9 –  Imperfect joins
PAGE 10 –  Great shots from compact cameras

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