Framing

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  1. bhop

    bhop No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Griffith Park Observatory, Los Angeles
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    nice idea but i think that the people are to small
     
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    nice concept Love it
     
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    The framing looks good.
    If you had known the people and they had looked and posed for you, maybe they wouldn't seem too small. There'd be some communication/interaction with you (us) that'd make them "bigger" (sort of), more a desired part of the photo. Here they seem to randomly be passing through your photo. Far away. And quite small.
     
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    Thanks for the comments.

    I personally like the people small, as they're only a small part of the overall scene and are mainly there as a scale reference between the foreground arches and the lines in the background. If anything I wish I would've snapped slightly sooner so that they were in the center of the arch/frame.
     

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