Landscape: The Tango (c&c will be deeply appreciated.)

I agree that the grass gives the image some depth, but I would've tried to set up my tripod a bit higher so that the grass didn't blend in the mountains, accentuating the foreground a bit. Looks like a beautiful place!
 
I was about to suggest the same, I would have tried just a little higher perspective so that the grass could have been where it is without overlapping with the mountains. I'm not sure how it'd have turned out, but definitely worth a try.

Gorgeous shot regardless Jassi ji! :)
 
The problem with the grass it creates a second subject. My eyes keep bouncing between the mountains and the grasses. What am I suppose to look at? It's a little dizzying.
 
I also agree about the grass being a good point of reference but just a little better off to one side. You did a great job with the depth of field, lighting, exposure, contrast, and color. I like the foreground detail and would include more of that with a little less sky.

Thank you.
 
I agree about the grass being more to the side, but it's a beautiful image Jasii. I love the contrast and the colors and it's not overly done like some. I would imagine that it's exactly as you saw it. Must have been lovely.
Your point about the grass being on one side like suggested by many is noted. Glad you liked the pic. Yes it was a beautiful vista. Thank you.
 
I agree that the grass gives the image some depth, but I would've tried to set up my tripod a bit higher so that the grass didn't blend in the mountains, accentuating the foreground a bit. Looks like a beautiful place!
I respect your perspective on this, I do have another one, just that this one looked so much better. yeah the place was verdant as can be.
Thank you for acceeding to my shout out and pitching in, appreciate it ......
 
I was about to suggest the same, I would have tried just a little higher perspective so that the grass could have been where it is without overlapping with the mountains. I'm not sure how it'd have turned out, but definitely worth a try.

Gorgeous shot regardless Jassi ji! :)
Thanks Raj, Will try and dig out a shot the way you wanted it, guess have it somewhere.
Rgds,
 
Jassi,

Looking at the picture it seems that you have not decided what you are taking the picture of yet.
The mountains seem important and yet they are sort of off to one side, the few strands of grass are prominent so they would seem to be important but they are clipped at the bottom.
It isn't enough to have a beautiful scene and snap a photo, you must decide what is important and then do everything you can to frame around the important thing and minimize interference with the viewers' attention by selecting aperture (thus DOF) and point of view.

Lew
 
Jassi,

Looking at the picture it seems that you have not decided what you are taking the picture of yet.
The mountains seem important and yet they are sort of off to one side, the few strands of grass are prominent so they would seem to be important but they are clipped at the bottom.
It isn't enough to have a beautiful scene and snap a photo, you must decide what is important and then do everything you can to frame around the important thing and minimize interference with the viewers' attention by selecting aperture (thus DOF) and point of view.

Lew
Hi Lew!
Thank you for your frank...
Would request elucidation please.
Kind Rgds,
Jasii
 
Jassi,
It isn't enough to have a beautiful scene and snap a photo, you must decide what is important and then do everything you can to frame around the important thing and minimize interference with the viewers' attention by selecting aperture (thus DOF) and point of view.

Lew
Hi Lew!
Thank you for your frank...
Would request elucidation please.
Kind Rgds,
Jasii

There is an anecdote about an ancient and learned Rabbi who was asked what he thought were the most important lessons of the Old Testament.
His reply was (approximately):" 'Hear, Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord is One' is the only important part, everything else is discussion and elaboration."

In my photo philosophy, the only important words are:
Place important things in important places
Emphasize important things
Minimize unimportnat things that detract from the impact
Learning how to do that is all of photography.
 

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