Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by ShmoozyQ, Aug 23, 2010.
Hmmm... hard to say. Normally, yes, it would have definitely been too much sky, but I think the presence of the rays mitigates it to the point where it's acceptable. I think I would prefer a landscape aspect using the rows as leading lines to bring your eye to the combine, but, this image does work.
Looks good enough for a John Deere advert....
This photo of yours is pretty cool...slightly out-of-focus...but I REALLY like the composition...
Thank you for the nice compliment AgentDrex
Is a line considered leading if it comes in from the side, like this?
combine 4_rs-1 by ShmoozyQ, on Flickr
Or is a line leading from the bottom of the photo more pleasing to the eye?
combine 5 rs by ShmoozyQ, on Flickr
I like the second one and Drex-fitted it for my eyes:
They look a little hazy and underexposed. You have large areas of emptiness, and then small areas that are so busy as to seem confusing.
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