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  • Writer's pictureIan Miller

What makes a great photograph?

What makes a great photograph? That's a question that many people ask themselves, but there is true answer. A great photograph is one that captures the essence of a moment, that tells a story, that evokes an emotion, that inspires or challenges the viewer. A great photograph is one that makes you feel something, that makes you think, that makes you wonder. A great photograph is one that reflects your vision, your style, and your personality. A great photograph is one that you are proud of, that you want to share with others, and that you want to remember.

There are many technical aspects of photography, such as composition, lighting, exposure, focus, colour, etc. But these are not the only factors that determine the quality of a photograph. A great photograph is not necessarily one that follows all the rules, but one that breaks them creatively. A great photograph is not necessarily one that is sharp and clear, but one that is blurry and abstract. A great photograph is not necessarily one that is realistic and accurate, but one that is artistic and expressive.

Ultimately, a great photograph is one that you enjoy taking and looking at. It is a personal expression of your creativity and passion. It is a way of communicating with yourself and with others. It is a way of exploring the world and yourself. It is a way of having fun and learning new things. It is a way of making art and making memories.

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