Light and Shadow

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  1. Wyjid

    Wyjid TPF Noob!

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    back road shots

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  2. Sensayshun

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    I like them alot. Would've loved photo number 1 the most if you'd got the right hand side of the winding road in shot as well. But yeah, number 2 is probably my fav.
     
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    I think all three are finely crafted shots. They make you look like you rally know how to handle a camera and lens. You've positioned the vanishing point well in each shot AND the most important thing, you've selected the right focal length and camera position to give a prominent "road" in the foreground; a road that looks wide, substantial, and has a bit of detail, and then the focal length allows the road to diminish in size as it becomes more distant. The effect is most pronounced in the first and third shots, and I like those more than the second photo, in which the distant road does not diminish in size nearly as pronouncedly as it does in shots 1 and 3. Still, nice work on all three.
     

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