Here are my most recent “random” images from Taiwan. It’s quite a mish-mash this time with images from the beach, the mountains, the city, a drainage ditch in Banqiao, and even one from a night club.
I’d like to take a moment to thank everyone over at Taiwanderful.net for holding the yearly “Best Taiwan Blog Award”. I’m very honored to report that I’m a co-winner this year for the Best Overall Taiwan Blog and the Best Taiwan Photography Blog! I’ll be sure to keep up the posting and I have a few new blog posts simmering that I should be able to put up in the near future. Thanks everyone!
This first image was featured in a album on my facebook page called “Critique Me.” If you’re trying to progress as a photographer, I would highly recommend asking for critiques from your peers. It’s an invaluable way to get a different perspective of your images. (Just don’t forget to wear your thick skin!)
Ed probably deserves his own post for these next few images. Most of them are a few months old, but he has really been busting.
The last two are ones that I should have probably put in my “Critique Me” album. I think they’re are both a bit awkward. I just don’t like shooting people from behind. I feel that you almost always need to see a person’s face to feel their emotions on the situation (The image of the soundman (above) is one of the few that works for me). In both of the temple images, I was also really limited with the angle that I could shoot from, and I guess that leaves me a little unsatisfied. What do you think?