Seven most deadly sins of agricultural photography: today and 40 years ago

By Mark Moore and Jim Evans

Is anything new under the sun, in terms of composing good agricultural photographs – and avoiding bad ones?  That question came to mind recently when we discovered in the Agricultural Communications Documentation Center a 1972 item in Agri Marketingmagazine. In it, agricultural photographer Dennis Eilers listed his candidates for the seven most deadly sins in composing photographs.

So we decided to illustrate those danger signs and emphasize some basic reminders, using a “bad-better” format.  


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