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April 2014 - Level 2 Photo Assignment - Sense of Scale

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    mbrager - I dig the comps in all 3 shots expecially shot 3.
    The sense of scale between the electricity towers in shot 2 and the mountain is interesting. I think I would have chopped off some foreground though to make those 2 elements fight it out a bit more.
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    Thanks Q1 and Marko. Yes, I have some shots without the foreground post, but thought it lent more depth to the composition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbrager View Post
    Thanks Q1 and Marko. Yes, I have some shots without the foreground post, but thought it lent more depth to the composition.
    I'd be curious to see the difference - feel free to post it. Although it surely adds more depth, due to its inclusion the 'scale' isn't singing as loudly as it could.
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    Perhaps this is what you had in mind, Marko. I agree, the "scale" is more obvious here, as opposed to the depth.

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