pdmlstr at komkon.org
Wed Nov 12 14:02:04 EST 2014
I like the golden-fall colors. That's the colors that I used to be
enjoying in October in New England if I could get to that part of the
country at the right time.
(And I would have gone with Agfa film for this, - for the contrast and
nice saturated red.)
I agree with JCO that a vertical crop may work well.
It woulld be a pity to loose the saturated green in the tree on the left
(and on the right). So, that way, it would be a completely different
In that case I would crop through the middle of the root portion of
the yellow tree and just to the right of its trunk branch. On the left,
I'd go just to left of the vertical branch of the bright yellow tree.
This would give a nice balance between the red and the yellow.
J C OConnell Wed, 12 Nov 2014 10:49:26 -0800 wrote:
I would go with portrait orientation and crop off the right side to just
right of the right most fence post.
On 11/12/2014 1:40 PM, Jack Davis wrote:
Lower CA foothill pastoral scene.
The horse being in line with that dominant red tree is slightly
uncomfortable, but the
fence to the right was not good and it "needed"
a fence. Didn't want to go much to my left due to horse's position.
Taken on the way back from the Cabin shoot.
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