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foxfire

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Please do give some comment. Thank you. BTW it was done in Auto mode, ;p at Upper Pierce Reservoir.
 

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+ i could crop the right side of the photo
(better composition?)

+ sun doesnt always hae to be in the enter. cos i think you need the balance in composition with the family.

+ crop the horizon lower abit (less of the sky)

+ u can use PS. add more black towards the girl's head. or else she looks transparent :)


it must have been quite a day there. i wish i was there. *sigh*
 

Richard

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Considering implementing the rule of thirds in this case.
 

Richard

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Originally posted by AqUaRiU5
erm...juz to ask...wat's the rule of thirds...heard u all toking bout it but haf no idea wats tt :(
Might like to check out this link.
 

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Originally posted by quackaroo
+ i could crop the right side of the photo
(better composition?)

+ sun doesnt always hae to be in the enter. cos i think you need the balance in composition with the family.

+ crop the horizon lower abit (less of the sky)

+ u can use PS. add more black towards the girl's head. or else she looks transparent :)


it must have been quite a day there. i wish i was there. *sigh*
Thanks for the comment. :D
 

Richard

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Originally posted by AqUaRiU5
aiyah....erm...i still kinda blur....are they telling us tt the focus of the subject should be place at those 4 points of intersection?:dunno:
Yes, something like that. However, it's more of a guideline than a rule.
 

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