Tango - Sony a99 / Rokinon 35mm f/1.4

Started Jul 24, 2014 | Discussions thread
Chimere
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Re: Tango - Sony a99 / Rokinon 35mm f/1.4

moimoi wrote:

Chimere wrote:

Nothing special, a keeper, but have done worse, the best I could make of the given the situation, showing the fun and emotion of dance.

What do you find on bad in it ?

Chimere

Here is one that breaks all rules. most likely a 35 mm lens, subject is centered, disturbing background (barn), and 1:1 ratio sky:ground.... I don't see any rules in this shot, but it is a pretty darn good shot.

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No rules ? I see plenty, half of them broken. Two subjects, the main in the middle, horizon in the middle (granted, positive breaks). One more not broken rule: diagonal lines leading to the main subject.

Nice picture, but just good enough to illustrate the magic of Pink Floyd.

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