This felt like a rant for you here at The Bohemian Playground to relate to.
One of my favorite things to do, is waste hours of precious time perusing through the photos on foodgawker and craftgawker, and most recently, stylegawker. I’m always in intrigued by the things that people come up with and I’m drawn to the perfectly composed photos.
I’ve always considered myself a bit of an amateur photographer. I understand about lighting and composition. I grasp what makes a decent photograph versus what makes an amazing photograph. I look through the photos on these sites in awe. In particular, the food photos. I wonder how long the food is sitting there, getting cold, before that perfect shot is taken, or how long and how many hours are spent editing the photo in photoshop? While these are incredible photos that definitely deserve the attention received on foodgawker, I like to think it’s also about the “real life photos” and the content of…
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