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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by gizmo2071, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. gizmo2071

    gizmo2071 TPF Noob!

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    A full res version can be seen here (link).
    There's just something about the full res version that I love (it is a 5mb file).
    I can look at it for ages. Looking at the little details. (would have been nicer with a higher aperture in terms of detail)

    Canon 350D.
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    gizmo2071 TPF Noob!

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    Any thoughts on this at all? :)
     
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    ravikiran TPF Noob!

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    Sure the colours were good. But there is something distracting about the image. And I am not sure about that either.

    Did you try other angles too?
     
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    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The full-size version is interesting and tells something different than looking at the photo all at once.

    To me it looks like you are trying things more abstract than normal. It takes me a bit to wrap my head around it.
     
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    You got it in one :)
    I was aiming for a surreal view of this little area of the garden.
    I wanted definate layers for my composition.

    I didn't try different angles with the actual shot, but i did move around and try to measure the shot up as I wanted it and this is how I wanted it :)

    It's going to be used in a college project for "different views of the world", a landscape project.
     

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