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From: mmyvusenet on 2 Apr 2010 01:26
The Paschal Triduum begins, and I took this photo:
Thanks for your technical comments about photography.
From: Vance on 2 Apr 2010 17:50
On Apr 1, 10:26 pm, "mmyvusenet" <mmyvuse...(a)invalid.invalid> wrote:
> The Paschal Triduum begins, and I took this photo:
> Thanks for your technical comments about photography.
Much better than the previous shots. With the more even illumination
of the artificial lighting the worshipper isn't in the deep shadows as
before and the pulling together of the worshipper and a context
visually brings meaning to the image. This is a far better image than
the previous ones.
Another potential composition would be to move to camera left which
would separate the the following three elements: the cross, the
sacrament(?) and the worshipper. What that would do is take the
viewer's on a visual trip from the cross, down to the sacrament and
across to the worshipper all tied together in a contextual flow.
Keep going and you will keep getting better. In my very poor Spanish