Published: Sunday 29th of May 2005 09:29:45 PM
For me both compositions work really. Again, the lack of people just addds to the shot. Well done my friend.
nice reflection, excellently in focus, very clear... congrats
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
I think I like this view the best of the Farmer's Market shots. The curved lines in the stones in the street give me enough tilt without some of the added vertigo in the others.
Very nice, Wils. I think I prefer the vertical. More satisfying perspective, although more conventional.
Not torn on this one - I prefer the vertical. I like the way the bricks form a "v" in the foreground.
The vertical wins hands down IMO. I like the juxtaposition of the V in the brick to the perspective of the storefronts & combined neon signage. Also, the close up of the wet brick adds textural interest.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Actually, I prefer this one. Why? I love the leading lines created by the brick and the angle is more in line with my head being tilted. Everything appears to be being sucked into the end of the orange brick road. I like this one! Really interestingly composed.
Great Awesome 7/7
Thank you all for commenting, KAMRAN: Thanks for your feedback. I appreciate it. VINCE: Thank you, sir. KAREN: Thanks for your thorough feedback. Your points are certainly valid. BILIANA: Sure glad you like this, Biliana. KEN: Thanks for your feedback always. KIM: I like your decisiveness. HOWARD: Always appreciative of your comment. JAYME: I like your comprehensive break down, Jayme. I can imaging you tilting your head as I read your comment! SHANE: Thanks for your positive feedback. Wilson ^_^
A quick experiment . . . Here's an interesting observation from my experimentation of putting one image up for critique request, (this vertical version,) and one without (recent horizontal version.) Even though most prefer the vertical over the horizontal, yet this vertical version is an inferior product, (by almost full point,) if based solely on rating. Even get a 3/3, how about that! Comment-wise however, the version that went through critique request received a few more comments from new members. Oh well, you can make your own conclusions. To me, as long as one continues to produce high quality results, it really doesn't matter which way you cut it. The creator him/herself will ultimately be the one who's satisfied his/her own work. ^_^