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November 7, 2015
11:51 am
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Its been a very long time since i posted photos in this forum. I got a chance to use my iPhone 4S to capture a scenery when i was travelling.

Mandrake and NikonGuy…hello to you guys..IMG_1040_1.jpg

 

The image below is the original, i cropped it as you can see the above image.

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November 7, 2015
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To tell you the truth, Sameer, I liked the image better before you cropped it.
The interesting foreground and reflections are lost in the cropped version.

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November 8, 2015
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Thanks for your insight….I never thought about it!!!

Sometimes foreground is equally important…..Laugh

November 11, 2015
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Concure with Mandrake, foreground element is leading our eyes to the sky reflection. 

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November 26, 2015
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I couldn’t disagree with everybody about foreground. It often can create a feeling like we are about to step into the picture. It makes the scene seam closer and we can relate to it more. Cropped version seams so much farther and unreachable. Also as Mandrake said, you have lost some interesting element by cropping the image. 

December 24, 2015
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I wonder if you shouldn’t have cropped some of the sky instead of the foreground?

December 29, 2015
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Great idea Michael, since horizon line it is directly in the middle. It might have looked better in a rule of thirds in the top pard. I find foreground more interesting then the sky in this case. 

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