A Patch of Sunlight

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by abraxas, Nov 14, 2007.

  1. abraxas

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    the lower third is very nice, colour and light wise ... but somehow the upper part has too much grey/white cloud .... the clouds really loose against the colour and give the image a lot of imbalance IMHO.
     
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    can you explain the title?

    i agree with alex on all accounts.
     
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    I agree. My eyes are drawn to the dead tree.
     
  5. abraxas

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    Following is a 4:5 crop of the same shot- It doesn't seem to work as a standard size either- too squat-looking. So much for using it in a print project I've been working on.

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    Clipping off the top (and not the bottom) does improve the balance and will work well for the web.

    Thanks!
     

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