The White Album

Started Jan 21, 2013 | Discussions thread
dpdphoto Regular Member • Posts: 170
Re: The White Album

ktownbill wrote:

dpdphoto wrote:

I like them all...the second one might need a roation and some of the crop the foreground out

The diagonal of the hillside and the brilliant use of negative space in the foreground is what makes this photo a really nice composition. Being that the tree is not leaning from vertical indicates that the terrain is sloped.

To rotate and crop this photo would turn it into a static boring snapshot.

This photographer has it going on! His work is candy for the eyes.

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See...You will always get different opinions. ktownbill has some very good points...bottom line is to try various views, experiment with your framing nd pick what appeals to you...

I agree, also, that you've got some quite good stuff here...



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