Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Tree Tops and Red Tops


This first image is a good example of when filling the frame is a good choice. Some subjects call for this and this subject is certainly one. The tree, large and looming definitely wins the main stage here!

I shot at a speed of 1/1000 and aperture of f/5.6. My focal length was 70 mm and ISO 100.


Repeating pops of colour helps to bring a busy composition together. The red draws the eye throughout the image, in a way that is almost orderly. When the image has a lot going on it is important to remember to include something that will ground or guide.

I shot at a speed of 1/1000 with an aperture of f/5.6. My focal length was 70 mm and ISO 100.

5 comments:

  1. I just bought a new computer, along with Photoshop elements. I'm looking forward to playing with some processing effects, as you do so effectively.

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  2. it's very easy to do. just play around. it doesn't take a genius to take photos, it's so easy to take good photos in this day and age. just play around. other good photo editing options that are self explanatory are picassa and snapseed.

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  3. Thats Winnipeg!!!

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