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Old 10-13-2005, 05:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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not as artistic of an angle as the last one, but I still kind of like it.

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these cropping exercises have worked well for you. I know that it takes a good eye to select good patterns of light and dark that lend themselves to art. And these are art. The problem comes from having to undo backgrounds. Because you do so much of this if you would take images with this kind of thing in mind I think you'd have some real winners. How much better this image would be if what ever it is over the left should "faded to black".
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I see your point. Sometimes I do get so focused on what I'm...focusing on...It's hard to tell what the background will look like once I get it open at full size and convert it to a B&W or Sepia. I'll have to pay extra attention to that nex time!
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Hi David

I really like your work. In the interest of learning how you crop. Can you share some of the before images next to the finished image? I know that it will help me in my learning curve.

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Sure, here are the last 2 I posted as they appear right out of the camera, and after I processed them.



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Thanks David

that is what I wanted to know. How much you crop after the image is processed. It helps me in setting up my shot.
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I tend to try to crop it in camera for the most part. There have been a few where I cropped it for one shot, but upon playing in photoshop, decided on something else, but that's only really happened with a couple images.
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