* Wed C&C No Theme Thread #301 14 01 29 *

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RoelHendrickx
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Thanks for the illustration
In reply to LouHolland, 7 months ago

LouHolland wrote:

It's an appealing image Sergey, but a bit static. It leaks the dynamics of action which could be so characteristic for parachute jumpers and uniformity from the sky gives you all the opportunity you need to achieve some correction. Let him come from a corner and change his angle and now he is heading to a certain point and not just hanging there.

That's my opinion plus an example. Not perfect but just for the idea and it might that others think differently, I don't know, but it seems it follows your specific rule you've point out to Roel.

Lou

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Sergey_Green wrote:

RoelHendrickx wrote:

Sergey_Green wrote:

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- sergey

Good sharp image with nice tones and tonalities, but I find that the top of the parachute is just a bit tto close to the top edge of the image. As a viewer, you want to see just a bit of where that guy was coming from. Having him hug the top of the image is bad for the dynamic feel of the movement. (It would be worse to have him hit the bottom edge, but also on top some separation would be desirable IMHO).

There is a common framing rule - Leave more room in front, and less behind. I almost clipped the chute, but I think as is is just fine.

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- sergey

Good illustration Lou.

Not only do you illustrate the point of having a bit of space behind the moving subject.

But your tilt adds extra dynamism.  You take the idea a giant leap further.

Well done.

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Roel Hendrickx
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