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A few from Greece

 
Graham83
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Dec 03, 2013 15:28 |  #1

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Dec 03, 2013 19:12 |  #2

I really like number 1 but wish the verticals were straight....




  
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Dec 03, 2013 20:16 |  #3

#1 probably had some potential. It had neat color and the building looks interesting. I'm not crazy mad about the composition though. This is a prime example of why you want to walk around the entire subject -- all the way around it, seeing it from different angles and choosing the best compositions.

The other two look like snapshots, no points of interest, and don't elicit any feeling.




  
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Dec 03, 2013 20:39 |  #4

CactusJuice wrote in post #16499582 (external link)
#1 probably had some potential. It had neat color and the building looks interesting. I'm not crazy mad about the composition though. This is a prime example of why you want to walk around the entire subject -- all the way around it, seeing it from different angles and choosing the best compositions.

The other two look like snapshots, no points of interest, and don't elicit any feeling.

:) If your standing in Santorini surrounded by hundreds of people and I am shooting over them, with no way to walk around to compose let alone all the way around the church, you kind of take the hand you're dealt with. No doubt that it could probably been have been better composed but hey thats what I'm learning here


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Dec 04, 2013 23:24 |  #5

#1 - feels like you're too close. I don't get the context or placement of the structure, so it's just there.

#2 - the windmills are the subject, the cityscape below adds context and the awning pole anchors. Need to straighten the shot, as it is listing a bit. Also would prefer to not crop those building through the midriff. Open things up a little and allow viewers to visit and explore.

#3 - begging for a subject. there is alot here, I just don't know what you want me to be looking at.


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