Yes. The crop was needed. If you wanted the whole scene of her standing with the full harp, it would have been easier if you had just waited to let the background people walk out of the frame. Not sure you could have shot from that angle, however, and gotten rid of that post. But, the crop really helps, because to me the expression on the fa…[Read more]
Wow, what a spot! Hope you were on some firm ground. You have hidden nicely a sky you did not like. The clouds and color have made it acceptable, but if you did not like it, why not try a shot with no sky? There is a lot of interest for me on the left side (as I face the photo) down in that canyon where the water plunges. Maybe zooming in th…[Read more]
Frank replied to the topic Weekend Photography Challenge #463 Create moods using colour in the forum Weekend Photography Challenge 21 hours, 12 minutes ago
Evening light with thin clouds moving through.
Frank replied to the topic Weekend Photography Challenge #463 Create moods using colour in the forum Weekend Photography Challenge 21 hours, 15 minutes ago
A peaceful evening (or morning!), Dave. Like those blues.
Amazing topography. What a view for your to see. (Iceland?) Surprised that you needed 10 shots. I would have guessed it was just one wide angle image because it is quite a distance from you. Nice job putting this together.
I like the blues, the red lights and seeing the cars coming and going. But, what is your subject? What is the interest that makes us want to look at this image or grabs our attention? Why do you include all those wires? Is they sky important? Done need to read the signs on the buildings? How could you make this different from any other rus…[Read more]
Composition classes teach to have a person or any living subject to have plenty of space to look into or move towards. Since we read left to right, having people on the right side means they are looking to the future. On the other hand, I know a photographer who leaves people on the edges and facing the edge just to create “tension” in his ph…[Read more]
In an album of your travels, this image would fit well as an example of how people live in Yangon, especially if it was followed with more close-up scenes and more obvious focal points as others have noticed this image lacks. Another part of the story…crowded living conditions, yet the train stands almost empty. Standing at this spot, my ne…[Read more]
How encouraging to receive nice comments from people at this site. Thanks to all. The foliage has been late coming, but has been vibrant and gorgeous. The morning was cold bringing mist over the pond. Gerald, people do fish for trout here, but it is a catch and release area. The winds were dead calm and the water still. I happened to see two…[Read more]
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