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2nd January 2011, 07:21 PM
Scottish Borders - Scott's View
EOS 500D, f/11, 18mm, 1.6sec, ISO100, Tripod
Any feedback welcome
3rd January 2011, 12:53 AM
Re: Scottish Borders - Scott's View
George, to me this image would have more compositional impact if you had pivoted the camera around to the left a little, using the trees in the foreground to the right of the frame as a pivot point. That way, you would keep the interesting parts present. would remove the somewhat intrusive trees in the foreground and would include the bend in the river at the left in its entirety. It would also shift the hills that are at present pretty much in the centre to the left. This composition would allow the eye to wander right around the river and into the distance, rather than being cut short and having to "jump" to the hills. Does this make sense to you?