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comment When can cropping off a part or including the whole subject's body be considered a distraction?
Found this part of your answer helpful: "I think the difference is the first image has a very small and intense focus point, so I don't care much about the items just a short distance away, but the second is a broader scene, so I'm taking in more details all over, now that missing toe at the edge is more important to me." -- Thanks.
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asked When can cropping off a part or including the whole subject's body be considered a distraction?
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comment How to compose a scene when including the actual context isn't simply practical?
Thanks for the response. Please add some details regarding the following point: Assuming I cannot move much from where I was in this scene then am I supposed to leave some space from any side or place the subject in a particular corner or leave space for headroom or is it in current state tightly framed??
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comment How to compose a scene when including the actual context isn't simply practical?
-1 because you haven't answered the question. I'll repeat the question: Here, I am NOT asking about how to include the lizard, I already know that that is not practical. So, the question is how to "improve the composition" when the context isn't there. That means that am I supposed to leave some space from any side or place the subject in a particular corner do anything else or headroom? –
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comment Does this sunrise photograph have a problem with white balance?
@mattdm I understand what you are saying but I don't collect photos of other people and now I don't even remember well enough what the original photo looked like. Sorry.
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comment Does this sunrise photograph have a problem with white balance?
@mattdm absolutely not. I live in an industrial area and therefore don't get opportunity to shoot landscapes.
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comment Does this sunrise photograph have a problem with white balance?
Not sure if you might know this but they have deleted their old content and replaced it by new forums. Even I don't have my old critiques and posts there anymore. @mattdm
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asked What camera-lens combination should be preferred for shooting models and art gallery?
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