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Ok, so taking into account the reviews of my previous version of this:
http://www.koinup.com/PANTELEIMON-AEON/work/52283/

...I re-cropped it, to see how it would change it...the pic is exactly the same, just cut differently.

I think that now it throws more emphasis on the arch, and head atop...and lets ones eye look through the arch and beyond.

I also find that limiting the surplus surroundings does a better job of showing up how beautiful this structure is.
It's quite amazing how a different or careful crop can totally change the outcome of a picture, and it's something that Don Hosho also stresses.

OH, LOL, I also just learned how to copy and paste, thus eliminating the corner of that annoying platform on the bottom right, which could be seen in my previous take...so this excercise did teach me something. (thanks to Rhondita for the advice on that )

So, I'd be pleased to hear others thoughts on this also...an improvement?...or not?

:-D


View PANTELEIMON-AEON's home PANTELEIMON-AEON | 13 year(s) ago

dear Pan, I think that it is definetely an improvement! as you said now the emphasis is on the bridge and on the perspective behond......

now the images has a real focus, it catchs your eyes on the real subject!

moreover, looking at your take, I catch the humanoid sculpture at the botton....a detail that it is not particolarly evident in other attempts....

probably this one is an other sign that this image get the goal really better!

great improvements mister!


View pier's home pier | 13 year(s) ago

Thanks Pier...goal achieved then, I take it ?...LOL


View PANTELEIMON-AEON's home PANTELEIMON-AEON | 13 year(s) ago

yes, Pan, great job!


View pier's home pier | 13 year(s) ago

Oh much better! :D


View Angel-Ronmark's home Angel-Ronmark | 13 year(s) ago

Thanks, Angel :-D


View PANTELEIMON-AEON's home PANTELEIMON-AEON | 13 year(s) ago

Definitely an improvement!! The reducing of the space creates a much more dramatic effect not only on the menacing head :) but also on the entrance itself. Makes it much more tempting and at the same time, much more uncertain ... not sure I am finding the right word in English but ... something like a "Narnia effect" without a closet :-) Is Beguille the name of the sim?


View antonella's home antonella | 13 year(s) ago

Thanks for your input, Antonella...and your probably right about the Narnia Effect...it gives you the feeling of a passage into another realm.

Personally, I also prefer this shot, and it shows how important something like selective cropping can alter a shot.

And yes, it is a sim..here is the SLurl:
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Beguile/79/159/46

Maybe you can try a pic there yourself? :-D


View PANTELEIMON-AEON's home PANTELEIMON-AEON | 13 year(s) ago

Thanks for the SLURL...i will try one there too. I totally like this one better. Very dramatic...I want to walk through the arch!
again you are the frame master!


View MSnook's home MSnook | 13 year(s) ago

awww, Thanks Monroe...really lookin' forward to seein' your take on this...I just know it will be fantastic :-D


View PANTELEIMON-AEON's home PANTELEIMON-AEON | 13 year(s) ago

hey Dirty B. your welcome hehe :D


View Angel-Ronmark's home Angel-Ronmark | 13 year(s) ago



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