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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by cande56755, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. cande56755

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    C&C Please
     
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    This thread came up in my search results so I'll give it a quick comment. I think it would be better if you'd show us the actual view, not the window ;)
     
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    I agree, too much window and not enough view. It looks like a beautiful day.
     
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    Thanks for the comments. I tried to frame and give perspective.
     
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    An absolutely valid technique..

    However, in this case there really isn't an identifiable view... unless it's just the clouds; in which case, you could have gotten down lower so the tops of the houses were not in the frame..

    Looking at it strictly from a "rule of thirds" perspective; what you have done vertically is put the blinds on the right "Golden" view, the left view is the window mutton, and then horizontally, the tops of the houses and lamppost at the bottom while the dark tree foliage takes up the top.. There is just no way for the eye to know what the subject is...

    Here is a different look through your window..

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    This loses a bit because it's starting with the low-res copy on the forum.
     

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