>>> Street Photography eXchange #98 <<<

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Ken Christie
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Re: Spring shadows
In reply to david_g, 3 months ago

david_g wrote:

Sal18 wrote:

Fisher woman

I'm uncertain about the graphics…suspecting they should not be the main story. Your thoughts?

Sal

Sal, see if -

1. b.w conversion

Not necessary. The blue makes a statement

2. left rotation (portrait) 90 degrees

I see it better that way. My natural reaction was to want to rotate.

3. an optional horizontal flip (mirror image)

I find it quite hard to read reversed text. I can do upside down though. I'd bet Sal can read a score upside down, but it might sound a bit different read right to left. [I hate obviously flipped images.]

4. small crop down to the top of the head.

If cropping, I'd look to crop out the shadows that have no visible source in the shot. Those that do balance quite nicely.

makes for a stronger image closer to how you saw the shot?

for me, it brings your shadows to the fore and allows the lines of plank/rod to do what they do best ...graphically move attention through the frame from dark bottom to bright top.

...as a bonus you then have a comfortable arc of plank - person - fishing rods - bird sign.

A "story" isn't at all needed... but you do need a subject.

Just my tuppence worth.

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