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Great CLODO 2010-12-19 11:51

Hi Cristina

A good lateral light, gesture taken at the roight moment, sharpness, but why a horizontal shot?
See my proposal in vertical.
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Old 12-19-2010, 08:03 PM
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well, for two reasons: 1) I never think about vertical formats, 90% of my shots are in landscape orientation, I feel it's similar to the way my eyes see a scene 2) I was trying to go down on my knees to get a better shot when I simply fell on my butt... so I shot while falling and had no time to think of or change the format...
nevertheless, thanks for the workshop - I see the point of a vertical orientation (I remember marine always saying that for her it was the perfect portrait format), only it doesn't come natural to me and I never think of it...
have a good week - we're under the snow here in Amsterdam...
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1) I see the point of a vertical orientation (I remember marine always saying that for her it was the perfect portrait format),

2) we're under the snow here in Amsterdam...
1) vertical position is also called "portrait" format, the horizontal one "landscape"!!!
2) 13įC this afternoon in Bordeaux. half a day of snow last week!!!!!!!
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