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I hope this shot doesn't appear too cliche'd. I was bored of shooting the sunsets so started fiddling with the focus. The tree branches hiding the sun looked amazing behind the camera.
Wed Aug 14, 2013 9:19 pm
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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:50 am

Dheeraj, who would be interested in seeing yet another sunset photo ? Good you decided against it. An image which is just an 'information' is born dead anyway..

There is a room to think, we can construct our own sunsets keeping this as a reference. That way leaving just a hint often helps than a closed interpretation. In my mind a successful images has very less for eyes but leaves a lot for mind. It can very effectively engage non-visual parts of human brain. Invariably we will end up talking about feelings and emotions.

Natural color in monochrome works well here, I would think non-centered composition would have added further to the drama ? Your thoughts ?

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Commentby TripathiDheeraj on Sat Aug 17, 2013 11:18 am

Agree to you points sir.
Also, sun would be better in lower part of the frame.
When I saw this on bigger screen, I felt the tree branches in the foreground could have been tad more prominent and would have made more impact.



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