Marmaduke wrote:Josh why not just ask for our votes for your pano?
Arthur Digbee wrote:As a test of that that last proposition, Josh: try cropping off the right third or so off your pano, at about the lowest point of the ridge. You might also clip off the shadowed peak on the left, so that the image starts with the nicely-lit snowfield up high, and emphasizes the contrast with the shadowed snow below.
Then post, and see what the collective says.
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ExcitableBoy wrote:An experienced photographer told me there were a few rules to composition, including the rule of thirds and trying to format the elements in the photo in a 'Z' configuration.
Baarb wrote:The highest rated images on SP for example don't appear to use these tactics much as the photographers / voters have gone for relatively small features being framed within the context of much larger landscapes.
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