Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by JonMikal, Jan 27, 2005.
caught this the other day walking to Ben's Famous Chili Bowl
Thats an amazing composition.Congrats!
Love the sharpness of the picture too.
What lens/sttings did u use?
very nice, I like this! :mrgreen:
I really like this perspective, but more importantly, how was the food?
I really love the tones and the angle on this one Great job as always JonMikal :thumbup:
Did you change the picture's curves since I saw it when you first put it out???
It looks different(better) for some reason.... :er:
Or is it just me?
Wow, I like the perspective on this, but what got me first was the sharpness and texture. Very nice
You have definitely captured a moment here. The sky and light is incredible. The curved iron makes it.
Personally I always question vertical shots. Mostly because we see the world horizontally. What are your thoughts on the subject.
great comp, great tones, great sky....great pic!
many will not even think about the vertical format and end up with a lot of empty space on the sides of the subject that could have been eliminated by simply going with a vertical format. some subjects are obviously suited to a vertical format. but, having said that, a tall subject could also work in a horizontal format. if you wanted to show the whole waterfall, fairly close in, i'd use a vertical format. but maybe you want to show the setting around it as well. so you back up or use a wider angle lens and include some of the rest of the scene in the image. most cameras are more comfortable to hold in the horizontal position. but the opportunities for vertical compositions are just as numerous and shouldn't be overlooked. certain subjects IMO are custom made for this format.
Littleman, i haven't changed anything.
Well put. Clearly you have a broader view on the subject than me. Can "rules" like the thirds and the golden triangle be applied to vertical shots? I am sure they can. True; certain subjects lend them selves to a vert view. Still I am uncomfortable with the whole deal. I have a 2 1/4 square format camera that threw me for a loop for years.
i like this one a lot, very sharp :thumbup: :thumbup:
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