the problem with vertical landscapes is there is no air for the subject to exist. best...jf
9 Aug 2008 5:10am
@ordinaryimages: Thanks for your thoughtful comment, which, coming from someone of your talent, I take seriously. I do agree that there are times when the vertical format can seem tight, but I confess that's often why I like it. But I want to keep your thought in mind as well as I continue developing. I appreciate the feedback.
Light and colours are most attractive! I happen to find VERTICAL shots very interesting!
9 Aug 2008 5:39am
Enchanting, such a clean, powerful look to these images, healthy and wonderful :)
9 Aug 2008 6:57am
I like the superposition of different stripes of vivid colors & the warm light. Good shot.
9 Aug 2008 9:37am
Wow - that wall glows Golden!! What a lovely shot, it really comes alive!
9 Aug 2008 10:59am
This is a wonderful shot, so many different levels to progress through, and the verticle format allows this moreso than landscape.
9 Aug 2008 12:58pm
so nice colors,
Like Evelyne I like the way your picture can be divided in several stripes of different beautiful colors and textures
9 Aug 2008 2:28pm
May be what you like with vertical frames are the different range or bands showing various colors and textures and like in this picture beeing more or less horizontal. Keep taking vertical pictures if you prefer it this way...
Here the light is wonderful especially on the wall. I would prefer your picture without the lower band but I am not sure why... Your picture is very symetric with the wall in the middle making a strong separation between the top and the bottom.
9 Aug 2008 11:43pm
@akarui: Thank you for your very thoughtful comment and also your continued visits. Actually, you are absolutely right that I find the vertical interesting because of the way it "stacks" colors and textures on top of each other. I know you can do that with horizontal shots as well, but somehow my eye usually sees in the vertical. Thanks for your perceptive comment, and also for sharing your own fine work on akaruiphoto.
so you should shoot what your eye sees! stand back a bit, give it room to breathe. best...jf
10 Aug 2008 3:23am
great stripes of color and texture
10 Aug 2008 3:35am
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