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Mirror Theme, Continued Again


WW2 Memorial at Night #2


I will be interested to hear from y'all how this one fares as B&W after the previous attempt.

Also, I'm still looking for the note I brought home (not from the teacher) which attempted to 'clarify' the theme, explaining this as part of the Mirror theme concept: the reflecting surface, and the object reflected included in the photograph. Even with that limitation, I'm leaning toward including yesterday's post. However, I may not as the objects reflected in yesterday's post are not also included in the photograph.

In this one, yes, the object & the reflecting surface both; and more.

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tx_cronopio
Apr. 16th, 2010 10:17 pm (UTC)
Oh, I think that one looks quite spectacular!
dianavilliers
Apr. 16th, 2010 10:45 pm (UTC)
I like this one much more than the ball one. Maybe it's the simpler lines.

If it were mine, I think I'd crop closer to the figure on the right and at the top, and possibly dodge around their face to give their shape a finishing point in the darkness. Basically make them a bit more important in the photo. (In fact, I've taken the liberty...)

The reflection has turned into a bit of a background element - I don't know how important that is WRT the theme.


jeliza
Apr. 17th, 2010 08:57 pm (UTC)
IAWTC
madshutterbug
Apr. 18th, 2010 12:07 am (UTC)
While the object and its reflection need to be in the photograph per the theme, there isn't anything in the theme 'definitions' saying the reflection needs to be the primary subject of the photo.

I'd already cropped off some very blurry (moving) people from the right side; tighter in is contemplated due to some of the architectural features.
firesmithsghost
Apr. 16th, 2010 11:59 pm (UTC)
A very compelling shot, yes
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