Well you know how you try to take a photo but you end up failing at it or the settings comes out wrong? It happened to me last year but had a very happy ending. So here’s the story
I was walking around Times Square Manhattan in New York City taking some photos and stuff. So when I saw a really nice tall building around 42nd Street-7th Avenue, I’ve decided to get a photo of it with natural colors and stuff. So I took out my camera change the shutter speed to low light settings so the photo will come out bright and clear. Shot my photo. I then just remembered that I’ve forgot to change the setting to make the colors natural so when I was about to delete the photo. I looked at and I just look at the photo really shocked and surprising. That’s when I realized and notice because of an epic fail/mistake the photo actually came out WONDERFUL. Yep thats true. I was really happy and it came out to be a different/cool way and I said “This was better than the natural colors”. So to this day I still think it’s the best night scenery photo I ever taken. The lesson is if you want to be creative, try to experiment different settings/features on your camera so that way you can see how it will come out and look at it in a different positive view. With that said here’s the photo
Daniel Smith (c)
Excellent shot! I’ve made a few mistakes, and the photo turned out really nice. Some of my shots are mistakes.
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Daniel, I don’t think the comments are working because when I replyed to my reply, the original reply deleted.
Excellent! I really like it! A few times I have made mistakes taking shots and it looked cool with the mistake.