Wednesday, 9 March 2011

A bit of direction

I was given direction for these photos as they reflect a family photo taken many years ago. It would have been nice to see the photo because there may have been facial expressions or slightly different poses that I could see from my side of the lens. However it is just nice to get input about different poses.

The monochrome version is a homage to photos taken 60 years ago. Yes I know colour was around but monochrome looks older. The cropping in portrait and then in landscape takes the emphasis from the couple and more towards the car but it is possible to crop in many ways and place the emphasis on different aspects of the photograph. The colour version directs the eye towards the flowers, but the photo can remain in colour and the flowers could be cropped out. That's thebeauty of the digital age - so many changes can be made.

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