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an old Asian hag with a bucket hat (prolly resides in Chinatown), a gay touristy couple (prolly from Midwest), and a black, possibly blind, deaf guy (FROM COMPTON)....

 

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an old Asian hag with a bucket hat (prolly resides in Chinatown), a gay touristy couple (prolly from Midwest), and a black, possibly blind, deaf guy (FROM COMPTON)....

 

seems like sf

Pretty spot on but the black dude was in Oakland (probably from Oakland).. He was also a super good artist so I don't think he was blind. B)

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Pretty spot on but the black dude was in Oakland (probably from Oakland).. He was also a super good artist so I don't think he was blind. B)

Beethoven was partially deaf (eventually fully deaf) when he composed a lot of his music, so it's possible

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None of these photos are interacting with the viewer in anyway. They are of very interesting subjects and the subjects aren't doing anything interesting. It's your job as a photographer to either find interesting subjects or make the subjects interesting.

 

For example, the second photo has an okay composition if you get rid of the couple. With the couple included it throws off the composition and feels like a photo where two people simply got in your way. If you want to include the people, make them part of the composition. Make it so that without them the photo doesn't work as well.

 

Same with the first photo, it just seems like that lady walked into your shot. It's not composed FOR her if she's your subject. It's not really composed for anything.

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