Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by ottor, Apr 2, 2010.
Rule of thirds ??? I think not !!!
I love centered images, as well. While I think the ROT works in most instances, sometimes you just want it smack dab in the middle!
You've combined some of my favorite things in a photo! Rust, metal, spokes, gear teeth and rivets...what more could a gal want!?
Very dynamic! And the "Rule of Centre" works fine here. That was just the rule to go by for this particular photo. I also really like the colours.
Is this from a train?
Ah .... are you married ?
Actually .... it's from this farm thing...
Looks almost like clock innards with all the gear teeth. I just wanted to say I liked the image and I agree that rules are sometimes better to be broken.
Well, no I am not, as a matter of fact...but I intend on staying that way--long, tedious story. I make a great pen-pal though.
That vehicle is about the craziest thing I've ever seen and I want it for a garden ornament really bad!
I love rusty things!
The door to my 44 Chevy dually flatbed haytruck:
You sure would love living in the northern states that use road salt.
Loven the photo Sojourn. The color changes from the smudges are amazing
Cool Image, this one works well centered. I love the color and rust as well especially juxtaposed with the clean straight lines of the "spokes".
Side note: I thought there was almost a TPF love connection on this thread.
Really nice photo. Only problem is that we now have a lot of confused n00bs on our hands, hehehe.
Anyone else just a *little* disappointed our potential TPF match-up didn't go off? Shame on you for being such a tease, Sojourn. Posting rusty stuff, saying his photo has some of your favorite things... tsk tsk tsk. I would have asked too, if I were him.
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