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Just trying something................
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Very creative, well done!
Just get the hands out of frame next time
Disagree ~ the hands give the shot balance and poise and therefore a different approach ~ Keep trying all those things that break the rules ~ Thats what sets us apart from the Norm....
Thanks for he comments and the modification folks.
Michael ..... out of curiousity - why 'no hands'?
I prefer the image with hands,
Quote: Michael ..... out of curiousity - why 'no hands'?
The bottom is the main focus point, the hands were not doing anything , so were distracting. Just my view.
V2 for me +++++
I agree...while granted, the rear is the main focus point, the hands do give the shot a level of balance and fluidity. I personally prefer the original, compared to the edit.
Thank you all.
Glad it isn't just me that prefers with the hands
Hands in please; it is a bit too contrived without the hands
Hmm. I prefer it without the hands but I can't coherently explain why. The image seems somehow a bit too `wide' with them in. Or perhaps keep the hands in and leave a bit more empty space to the left and right?
Sorry? - you are going to have to think coherently and explain that to me.
How can it be too wide wih the hands but you would rather have more room at the sides? - that would make it even wider.
Adding space at the sides would make the image as a whole wider but it would mean that the subject wouldn't fill the whole of that width. Something that fills a very wide frame looks, itself, to be very wide; something that doesn't quite fill an even wider frame doesn't necessarily look quite so wide.
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