- Sep 13, 2007
- Northern VA suburb of Washington, DC
Exactly. And it's only a matter of taste. It's so easy to determine if the taste is informed, and it's clear to me that your taste is informed.It's a matter of taste,
I've gotta disagree. We're seeing the beautiful blue sky the camera is pointing toward. Even so, that sky is at least 50% clouds. We don't see the part of the sky where the sun was. We know for a fact by the length of the shadows that the sun was relatively overhead. Though the image displayed here is relatively small, when I look at the quality of the shadows, they seem soft. That indicates that at the moment Jim released the shutter, the sun was behind a cloud. In that situation, the scene he photographed wouldn't necessarily be particularly bright.In #3, I see beautiful blue sky and white clouds which means you should have had a bright day.