Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/11/28

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Subject: [Leica] Marblehead Light
From: r.s.taylor at (Richard S. Taylor)
Date: Mon Nov 28 10:24:50 2005
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Ric - Are you suggesting cropping right below the bottom of the tree trunk?

Thanks for commenting.


>Hey Dick--
>I like the vertical, mostly because of the tree, I think.
>I think I'd crop bottom right much to get that emphasized. Maybe lop 
>a little off the top too to keep it balanced.
>Ric Carter
>On Nov 28, 2005, at 9:48 AM, Richard S. Taylor wrote:
>>Both taken with my M3 and a 1970's era 28mm Elmarit on BW400CN. .
>>The first is definitely not from the shadow side but I think enough 
>>of the curvature of the tower is revealed for the photo to be 
>>interesting.  The sun was directly behind me and just about to set 
>>when I made the shot.  Minor tilts, perspective corrections and 
>>level adjustments done in Photoshop.  I had to tilt the camera up a 
>>bit to get the entire Light in from this location.   Another step 
>>back and I'd have been swimming.   Also removed a few heads and 
>>torsos that popped up behind the rocks.  Despite the chilly 
>>late-November afternoon the grounds were quite crowded.  I wanted 
>>the photos to evoke the ruggedness and desolation that typifies the 
>>New England coast in winter.
>>Alternate, and a bit more from the shadow side.
>>Comments encouraged as always.
>>Boston MA
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