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kal

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« on: August 22, 2007, 08:15:42 AM »

Does this succeed in telling the story of sun light pushing away clouds and darkness? (I flipped the image, the original was more like light retreating away from darkness and I didnt't like the idea so much...)

Also does this work in panoramic format? Or can anybody suggest a better framing?

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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2007, 04:44:47 AM »

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Does this succeed in telling the story of sun light pushing away clouds and darkness? (I flipped the image, the original was more like light retreating away from darkness and I didnt't like the idea so much...)

Also does this work in panoramic format? Or can anybody suggest a better framing?
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To me, it recalls sunlight moving across the face of the earth, one of my favourite scenarios. So, not a definite answer to your question!

Not sure about the panorama*. It seems a bit "halfway" now - perhaps even more crop from the foreground to bring the sunlit strip close to the bottom of the frame?

(* When I opened the big image, I was waiting for more to appear beneath. Perhaps bigger and matted it would work well - just not on screen.)
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« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2007, 08:10:51 AM »

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To me, it recalls sunlight moving across the face of the earth, one of my favourite scenarios. So, not a definite answer to your question!

Not sure about the panorama*. It seems a bit "halfway" now - perhaps even more crop from the foreground to bring the sunlit strip close to the bottom of the frame?

(* When I opened the big image, I was waiting for more to appear beneath. Perhaps bigger and matted it would work well - just not on screen.)
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Not sure if you mean just "a bigger image" or "more of the forest" -- the latter being impossible, unless I get back to the valley and re-shoot (and sun and wind and clouds cooperate...).

I will try and print the new 3:1 crop.

Thanks for your suggestion and for spending your time looking at my photo.

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« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2007, 12:55:39 PM »

That works better for me.
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