Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/12/28

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Subject: [Leica] The Vertical Panoramic Challenge...
From: imagist3 at (Lottermoser George)
Date: Sun Dec 28 20:25:19 2008
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I find your use of
foreground, middle ground and background
make these verticals
stronger than
many of your horizontal compositions

Fond regards,

On Dec 28, 2008, at 7:27 PM, Richard Man wrote:

> A few people commented on my last blog post, especially on the  
> vertical pano
> photo and the challenges it presents. It is true, most panoramic  
> photos are
> horizontal. The human vision sees thing that way - a wide panoramic  
> view.
> Vertical panoramic, on the other hands, just looks like someone did  
> the
> cropping a little too tight. However, perhaps because I  
> subconsciously look
> for the vertical aspect similar to a Chinese calligraphy, I do try  
> that once
> in a while. So I looked through my photos and found a few that look  
> pretty
> decent to me. They all share the characteristic that either a line  
> draws you
> in from near to far, or that at least it has front and far elements.
> Photos and more here:
> < 
> challenge/>
> -- 
> // richard m: richard
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