Editor’s Choice: Group Photographs

Trips, parties, company events, family meetings… There are always lots of opportunities for group photos, and these can make for some great pictures, even though getting people together for a group photo always seems to involve grumbling and griping. In today’s selection, come join us for a look at how people just like you have approached this topic.

Although this photo is center-composed, what it lacks in composition, it gains in atmosphere and editing. Photo: Graham.Harcombe
Although this photo is center-composed, what it lacks in composition, it gains in atmosphere and editing. Photo: Graham.Harcombe
If this photograph had better technical quality, it would be usable as an ad photo with no problems. The subjects have great expressions, and the bag of potato chips is at the center of attention. Photo: Tatry 2015
If this photograph had better technical quality, it would be usable as an ad photo with no problems. The subjects have great expressions, and the bag of potato chips is at the center of attention. Photo: Tatry 2015
This human-less scene is definitely original enough to win a place in our selection of group portraits. We appreciate how they focused on the landscape overall, not just on the subjects. Photo: NorfCran
This human-less scene is definitely original enough to win a place in our selection of group portraits. We appreciate how they focused on the landscape overall, not just on the subjects. Photo: NorfCran
A snapshot with a feeling of victory! But a little more sharpness wouldn’t hurt.Photo: Harry’s
A snapshot with a feeling of victory! But a little more sharpness wouldn’t hurt.Photo: Harry’s
An interesting reportage photograph with grouped objects everywhere around. The human figure at the bottom really completes the atmosphere. Photo: Santosh K Ghosh
An interesting reportage photograph with grouped objects everywhere around. The human figure at the bottom really completes the atmosphere. Photo: Santosh K Ghosh

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AuthorMajo Elias

I’ve been taking pictures since 2004. When I was starting out, I photographed almost everything. Later my style solidified and I began photographing people almost exclusively. At the moment my main genres are fashion and advertising.

Comments (3)

  1. Compared to the other photographs on this page, the photo of the four geezers right on top is almost a prize winner (perhaps it is indeed a prize winner). The dark clouds provide a good background for their fair faces, light is diffused by cloudy sky, they are dressed almost the same, their jackets are only in a little contrast with the background and the added clarity underline the wrinkles on their faces. I would not say this photo is poorly composed, or it lacks composition. A bit more orange where the clouds break just above the horizon on the right, would have added some colour to the picture. I quite like this photo. Kudos Graham Harcombe.

    1. That’s a very nice evaluation, thank you for that.

  2. 038072 Very interesting and I learn about some articles of photography..

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