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by Camellia Staab January. 11, 2019 299 views

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Bethany Plonski 9 months ago

I like both. My eye goes straight to the color in the sky for #1, and then down. But with #2, I looked toward the bottom first, and to me the details of the land and structures stood out more in that version. Interesting what a difference it makes.

9 months ago Edited
Camellia Staab Replied to Bethany Plonski 9 months ago

It is interesting as to how a slight change makes so much difference.

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Björn Roose 9 months, 1 week ago

I love the light in #1, but it's certainly interesting to see how the circular form of it is visible in #2 smile

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Camellia Staab Replied to Björn Roose 9 months, 1 week ago

Black and white always brings out texture and patterns. I guess that is the beauty of b&w...no distractions.

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Antonio Gil 9 months, 1 week ago

There is a black bar on the bottom that kind of distract us. Otherwise, I love it.

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Camellia Staab Replied to Antonio Gil 9 months, 1 week ago

So let me understand this, the black that you see at the bottom is where your eyes land primarily? No excuses but.....took this shot from the car window as we were crossing a bridge, so the black bar is the rail on the bridge. I'll crop it and see what it looks like.  Really appreciate your comment, sometimes one doesn't see what others see and no way to know unless someone points it out.

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Antonio Gil Replied to Camellia Staab 9 months, 1 week ago

You have a lot of sky and just a little bit of land (as it should be), and that black strip "swallows" the small amount of land there is to look at. There's nothing wrong with it, it is just distracting IMHO.

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Camellia Staab Replied to Antonio Gil 9 months, 1 week ago

Thank you for sharing your thoughts, I very much appreciate your honesty grinning

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