Being essentially analytical by nature, I like to know "why" I like a picture. There are various "rules" and guidelines around composition that can help, but why do they work, and why are they not absolute?
I think, in part, it has to do with the way the image engages the eye and the mind. Pictures that make you think, that make the eye work a little in exploring what's going on, that make you discover something a little more in the image.
These are from my "To Think About More" favourites. Most require full screen view to engage my eye properly. If you find them interesting, go and leave a comment as to why. My "whys" can generally be found
Hello clever, patient and persistent people.
In Eclipse, when I click on the share-with-groups button, I see about half of the groups of which I am a member. And for the record, I have scrolled down.
I have logged a 'bug' on the dA tracker system, but that has elicited no reply.
Any ideas/ experiences/ ...?