- Photos you have taken in the last month of which you are proud?
Not at all Seavers, always happy to get feedback.
Yes i know what you mean, and a crop can pull the eye in to what you want people to concentrate on.
The camera produces square images, and a little game i play with myself is to try and compose them in such a way that i don’t need to do any post production or cropping after they are developed and scanned.
I expect i could have framed it closer but i do like the weight that the left hand side shadow gives.
Another consideration is that they are for a project and if i do crop it’s never away from a square.
Had you noticed that in the cropped photo you posted the colours and white glow of the tiles has also changed?
The bathroom and this one were taken with a camera that has no light meter and i had left my hand held at work.
I had to estimate exposure using the sunny 16 rule, the one below could have done with a bit more but not bad as it was a very contrasty scene.
It’s an interesting exercise, turn the LCD off if using a digital camera, don’t look at the light meter, estimate the exposures then look at them later.
[url=https://flic.kr/p/qV2Mof]Untitled[/url] by polarisandy, on FlickrPosted 3 years ago
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