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February 26, 2017
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This shot from my Village, kerala India, My wife was enjoying the golden hours at the center of paddy field

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February 26, 2017
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Great picture!

February 26, 2017
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Lovely shot, Muneer.  

As we’ve been saying, a person, loved-one, always adds so much to a landscape.
The rice plants look ready for harvest.

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February 27, 2017
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mscharff said
Great picture!  

Thank you Mr.Michael.

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February 27, 2017
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Mandrake said
Lovely shot, Muneer.  

As we’ve been saying, a person, loved-one, always adds so much to a landscape.
The rice plants look ready for harvest.  

Yes, it was ready for harvest, thanks a lot Mr.Mandrake for the comment.

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February 27, 2017
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I must agree with Mandrake. People always add more interest the landscape. Great photo.

I see that you did choose to place the horizon line in the middle. Question to everyone: Do you like it in the middle or would you place the horizon in a rule of third? If yes, what would you show more: sky or fields? 

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easyexposure said
I see that you did chose to place the horizon line in the middle. Question to everyone: Do you like it in the middle or would you place the horizon in a rule of third? If yes, what would you show more: sky or fields? 

It all depends on the photographer’s intention.
If the lower portion of a scene contains more importance, then the horizon line should be at the top 1/3.
Conversely, the horizon line would be placed at the lower 1/3 position if the upper area of the scene was more significant.

Here.. I believe that the mid point, as selected for the horizon line, is appropriate as both the upper and lower portions of the
landscape share equally to give the viewer the best “feeling” or “mood” for the photo.

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March 1, 2017
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I would have less sky and more field…

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Guys, here is some example which i cropped the pictures with various rule of third, recently i started breaking the rule of third rules to enhance the overall picture beauty. below are posting different types cropped pictures, you guys decide which 1 do you like much, Thank you Oksana for bringing the excellent topic here. Also i would to hear from you guys, what is the opinion to break the photographic rules.

i feel this picture will not go to below catagory.

Rule of third

leading line

Golden spiral

multiple point interest included.rule-of-third1.jpgrule-of-third2.jpgrule-of-third3.jpg

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Thank you for sharing different options of the photo. I would love to hear different views. 

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