Published: Tuesday 20th of March 2007 06:23:39 AM
Lannie The light is still the best thing about Grimes Mill. I believe I like the full shot... Gives ya more of a taste of this place.
I love this, Lannie...! Lovely warm lights and nicely balanced composition of windows and roof lines!
Great colours, composition and detail, love it!
Thanks, Brad and Alberto. The composition in this case occurred on-screen, when I was trying to decide how to crop from the larger shot (also in this folder). --Lannie
Thanks, guys. This is cropped right out of the center of "Grimes Mill," a photo in this same folder. If I may say so, the original (from which this is cropped) is worth looking at on "Larger." --Lannie
Muy buena composicion, colores e iluminacion,Lamdrum. Saludos. Alberto
Sheryl W (Blue Mt.)
I like the cropping.... the shadows on the building seem to stand out more... gives it a more dramatic feel... good complimentary colors...Me likes it too, Lannie...I like the "Lost in Space" photo, too
Thanks, Jan and Sheryl. You're making me feel better about these "two" pictures of the mill. --Lannie
Excellent capture Hi Lannie, I like the cropped version. It really draws you in to the colour and all the interesting shapes created by the light.
Linda, nice to hear from you. I hope that you and Roger are doing fine. Here is the original from which this was cropped. --Lannie
Sometimes cropping (ie editing) is an equally effective image creating tool as the original capturing. I do it mostly when I don't have the necessary focal length to compose the way I want to...
Hi Lannie! I like both shots - they both have their strengths but the graphics of the roof line stand out more in this one and I like the impact it affords. I like the colour too.
Thanks, guys. I appreciate the comments. --Lannie
Great shot Really nice pic Lannie, I like the full frame shot also. This is really a cool building. Warm afternoon light is magic. Thanks for the kind comment on my photo. Kent
Grimes Mill, Late Afternoon Thanks for looking. (Please see the picture of the entire mill in this same folder.)