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By slasher24
Was trying to capture the mountain's peak by taking an object bike. To make it more realistic and not just the peak with close up.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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rubyblue 7 35 United Kingdom
6 May 2010 3:14PM
very nice.. i like this a lot,,composition wise i would have swapped the helmets and had the red one smack in the golden section there where the silver helmet is..uploaded mod:cant even make my own mind up!! a bit picky really because it's such a good photograph.

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paulbroad 10 123 1234 United Kingdom
6 May 2010 5:47PM
You needed all the bikes in. The idea is very good indeed, the composition has let you down. Bit less at the top, and a bit more at the bottom.

Davesumner 11 28 300 Australia
7 May 2010 7:30AM
Hi Pankaj,

I see you're a bit of a biker, I used to be myself. Love your efforts here to include the bikes as well as the mountains. As Paulbroad has stated, it works a bit better at the top than the bottom.

There is a rule in photography that usually applies but not always, it says that you should use subjects in odd numbers and not even as it is more pleasing and a better balance in the composition.

Doesn't always apply as weddings don't have more than two in the happy couple. What I do think worked well was the red in the bike and helmet. So if you ever get another chance at this I would put the red helmet onto the red bikes seat and use just one bike as foreground interest and get in a bit closer rather than having the bikes a bit smaller in the frame. Just have it in the bottom left corner but not too close to the bottom either. Then wait for the right clouds to come along and snap away.

Hope that this helps

7 May 2010 2:04PM
Thanks a lot for your comments guys. Really appreciated, will keep in mind if i get another chance to take these kind of pics.

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