An image from the recent Lake Tahoe workshop - A moon hangs over the Sierra Nevada range.
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Love this framing and... colors !
20 May 2011 6:09am
It's all about positioning and relationships within the frame Scott.
If your moon was to be on an absolute third, it would nave too much negative space above it, in virtual terms sending it deeper into space and away from the viewer. The viewer's eyes would also have more space to explore.
It seems more strongly associated to the land sitting there a little higher, there is less space for it to drift away into.
20 May 2011 6:54am
20 May 2011 11:31am
A wonderfully serene capture Scott! Your framing is exquisite! ;-)
20 May 2011 12:58pm
Great looking moon! Hope the workshop was a success!
20 May 2011 2:14pm
superb composition and exposure to capture the moon just right and to retain great ambient light!
22 May 2011 1:46pm
Nice little composition you've captured here Scott...Detail in the moon, use of the trees and ridge, you would never know that it you were shooting in cold windy conditions !
22 May 2011 11:15pm
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