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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by gbenic, Sep 3, 2005.
I tried a different approach after reading everyone's advice. How's this one?
It's a good image Greg, but for me the angled iron bar doesn't work too well.
Angled picture elements can do certain things for an image: it's sometimes said that a bottom left to top right angle can give a sense of dynamism and a top left to bottom right gives a sense of tranquility. And of course an angled element like a road or a fence can lead the eye into the image. The iron bar here doesn't seem to lead to or from anything.
I do like the low viewpoint, though.
Thanks Mike, I didn't think of that.
I liked your first one better. I loved the big maple leaf in it.
Would make art out of it i think. not sure what at the moment exactly what yet. Would maybe to do some light painting one it :>))))))
This is a nice try. You have use DOF to somewhat isolate the broken down tombstone; however, the interest is not high there either. If it were laying on its back where you could read the lettering it would be better. I know you had to work with what you had but sometimes we just need to pass the shot by. To me at least there is nothing in this image that I would call a center of interest.
Gordon kind of stole what I was going to say. This image lacks a compelling subject. A for effort though!