Church-morning sun

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  1. randrx2

    randrx2 TPF Noob!

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    I like to get up early and catch the sun as it hits everyday objects. I know the best colors come out at sunrise and sunset. I would appreciate any comments on this picture. Is the composition okay? I was using a wide angle lens and going for this perspective. Any improvements I can make? Thank you all.

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    like this but would of liked to see the whole window.

    where you flat on your back when you took this ha ha
     
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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    nice light!

    with these shots where you use a wide angle and some extreme perspective, I usually try to get some of the main lines in the shot either parallel to the image borders or diagonal.

    the image seems to be a bit chopped off at the lower end. i think one is curious
    how the window continues.
     
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    jols: the window was okay, not that impressive to me, but I understand that it may be interesting to someone else, so I will try and incorporate that into my newer photos. Not on my back, just a really tall church and a really wide lens (10-20).

    alex b: good points also. I can't remember is I tried that. I will have to look at that.

    I think there were some undesirable features in the lower part of the frame and I couldn't back up further without getting wires into the shot.
     

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