Lily in the Shade

Discussion in 'Critique Forum Archives' started by Rod-UK, Jul 14, 2005.

  1. Rod-UK

    Rod-UK TPF Noob!

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    Just trying some shots in different lighting situations. More to follow.
    This is a Water Lily hidden from the sun by the pond wall.

    Details; ISO 200; Shutter 1/8 sec; Aperture f16; Focal length 162mm; origional file RAW size 3.85BM

    I origionally cropped the shot to leave the subject occupying one third of the frame, and put the Lily in its proper context.

    But there will be those who will think that the rule of thirds is not applicable in this situation, and so I've cropped again for comparison.

    I shall be interested in your views




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  2. Mike Jordan

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    Very very nice. Both are excellent, but I think the 2nd one (uncropped) is outstanding.

    I like very much.

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