Photo101: Day Three: Water & Orientation


Telling a story through water.

Horizontal photo

Tattered rope and water background.

Horizontal
Horizontal

Vertical photo

Accentuates the tatter in the rope more.

Vertical
Vertical

What do you think? Which one tells a better story?

18 responses to “Photo101: Day Three: Water & Orientation”

  1. Oh wow. My preference generally is toward horizontal photos and I thought that’s the one I’d like, but the vertical one looks even better in my opinion. The rope’s details really come through.

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    1. Thank you for commenting. I am glad you could see a difference. Sometimes it is better to shoot vertical, specially with trees or buildings

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  2. Ek hou van die tweede een,veral die water lyk mooi daarin.

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    1. Dankie lyk my tweede een is gewildste

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    1. Klink my 2de is beste

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  3. Ek hou weer van die 2de een!

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    1. Tweede een is die een almal hou van hom

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  4. I like the vertical photo better as it gives the idea that I could tug on it. It also gives the allusion of length better.

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    1. Thanks for answering and picking one. Seems no 2 is the favorite one

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  5. I reckon there is enough water. I really like your take on today’s task and that the rope is frayed – it gives quite a bit of character to the photo. I like the second one more but I think it would look nice rotated right as well so it is portrait.

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    1. Interesting meaning! It shows that the rope is hanging over the water and that the water is not the main attraction in photo too! Thanks for commenting on my photos

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      1. Yeah I really like it. You have a great way of thinking outside the box with the task :).

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        1. Thanks, that’s what I’m trying to do! ๐Ÿ˜€

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  6. I also think the first one ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Thanks for your answer and visit. ๐Ÿ™‚

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