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Sue Allen on January 19, 2009

This really magnifies the juxtaposition of angles beautifully, but on my screen, I can't get more than a glimpse of any one part when it's magnified, which is so frustrating.

I like your daring treatment of subjects, Heath, but I just don't have the equipment to view them properly.

Kind regards,

sue

© Heath Brown on January 20, 2009

Thanks Sue for your great comments - I have the same problem - the picture just becomes a thin sliver across the top of the screen - but I just wanted something different as an experiment.

I was playing around with cropping subjects (no special camera) and found that it made what I was trying to show more focused/emphasised if narrowed down.

Here the pines in the background are awaiting their fate as those already logged remind us of the revolving life cycle in a commercial forest (all I need is a sappling shot with the next).

I am also interested in the way it becomes more graphic with this kind of crop. When subjects sit in a full frame they relate more to their environment whilst they become more part of some kind of a design if closed in like this.

Try it with some of your past pics that you like and see how it changes the whole feel - it can be addictive.

Best regards

Heath

Sue Allen on January 20, 2009

Okey dokey, I think I will do just that, Heath, thanks for the inspiration! The long thin shape of the photo in this case is the visual version of a story line, really isn't it?

If you put the saplings in the same shot as this though, I really will be stumped... (get it, stumped??) You may have to branch out into another photo....Uh oh, I could be annoying here. I'd better go, anyway, it's become very late again, all too soon. I was enjoying the 'chat'!

Until next time,

very best wishes to you,

sue

© Heath Brown on January 20, 2009

Stick at it Sue - spruce up your pictures with a crop and yule be glad you did.

I'd better leaf the puns fir now, or I wood become as bad as you! :o)

Cheers, Heath

T NL on February 11, 2009

Hi there Heath, an excellent collection of panoramic shots you have! In this case the wide view really works well with the subject matter, nicely done!

As a matter of fact I came across a similar sort of scene quite recently but made a completely different shot; here it is.

Greetings, Tomas

felix e. on February 12, 2009
  • Hello Heath
  • That is art (beforehand -afterwards)
  • Idea, cut and format are excellent
  • Greetings
  • felix
© Heath Brown on February 12, 2009

Thank you Tomas & felix for your visits and kind comments

Please come back soon - you will be most welcome

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If you have not already done so and have the time, please take a look here at my entries in the other categories.

Best regards, Heath

Karlos Conde on September 10, 2009

Panorama perfect. Greetings

© Heath Brown on September 10, 2009

Thanks Karlos - best regards, Heath

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  • Uploaded on January 3, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by © Heath Brown
    • Camera: Canon EOS 40D
    • Taken on 2009/01/02 13:44:11
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 20.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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