>>3462163>What am I doing wrong /p/?
Mostly choosing uninteresting subjects, or subjects that are interesting but interesting because they themselves are someone's artwork. E.g., >>3462164
is a really cool sculpture. Your picture of it is competent, but just a photo of someone else's really cool sculpture.
The pictures of random buildings are somewhat similar--the green building looks cool, but it looks cool because they decided to paint it green with a red stripe. Your picture of it is kind of boring. Same deal with >>3462167
. There's not a lot of creativity in your composition; just "Here's a building I saw. I shot it from the angle I was standing at."
The landscapes with the electrical pylons have potential, although I find these examples to be fairly boring. Try to see if you can photograph them in a less-obvious way.
I just find the shots of the girl holding polaroids to be confusing. Why's she holding the polaroids? Are they hers? Is she just being used as a picture frame?>>3462177
This one, I kind of like for some reason.