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We went on a cruise from Venice and down the Adriatic Coast. This was a quick snap without too much thought for composition. which says a lot for how beautiful the lake is.
Apr 01, 2014
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[Apr 01, 2014 at 02:24 PM]
A cracking picture here Chez. Compositionally, the castle / church is in the correct place horizontally, but my preference for this kind of shot is to apply the Rule of Thirds. In doing so the church is around 1/3 the way in from the left but the church is dead centre.
What I would do, and of course there is no need for you to follow suit, is to either have 2/3 sky and 1/3 water or the other way around, but of course keeping the super reflection in the frame.
As I mentioned at the beginning, you have everything you need in this picture, but to make the RoT decision whilst looking through your viewfinder is the way to go.
[Apr 01, 2014 at 04:29 PM]
For a quick shot its come out very well and looks a good place to visit, also like the reflections of the tower in the water, well seen and taken
[Apr 02, 2014 at 06:28 PM]
Indeed Jeremy, for a quick snap this is a smashing shot, well seen and taken indeed.
[Apr 03, 2014 at 01:18 PM]
Sorry late with comment, all been said really and some suggestions above should you wish to make some changes.
But for a quick shot you can't get much better than that really, so well done you.
[Apr 03, 2014 at 08:27 PM]
You have captured a beautiful shot for taken as a quick snap shot. It looks to be a lovely place. Well taken.
[Apr 10, 2014 at 12:03 PM]
It's all been said by my learned friends. I've never been so I was pleased to see that my guess of the location was correct so you're done a good job in capturing this. Sometimes you just need to enjoy the beauty of a place without trying to see it through the viewfinder on a camera.
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