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Registered: May 2008
Location: m
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Date: Wed July 14, 2010
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From the perspective of the tower alone the color and detail you captured is very beautiful.

Now, consider the photo from an over all perspective. Would not it have been better to have backed up and captured the entire building? Probably, because then the tower of the temple could have been appreciated within the context of the entire building. And, for a viewer such as myself who has never seen this temple before the temple in its entirety bears greater interest than just a part of it. A part of the temple can be appreciated when the whole is known. If you were introducing a person to what an elephant looks like would you only show its tail? Of course not. Same can be said for a building.

The other unusual aspect of the post is that the subject is not level. It is slanted. That looks like the photographer did not care to offer the viewer a clear, accurate perspective. Instead, it indicates sloppiness; without care to detail and careful thought before making the photo.

This is a good effort you have made. But, there are some simple steps you need to take in the future to show that you understand the photo from the viewer's perspective and that you respect that.
#1 Wed July 14, 2010 6:27am

I get what u r saying Bob...no excuses....and thanks for teaching me.....
#2 Wed July 14, 2010 6:34pm

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