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Re: After the hops are harvested

Post by St3v3M » Sun Dec 03, 2017 7:12 pm

I was curious! S-
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Post by LindaShorey » Sun Dec 03, 2017 8:22 pm

St3v3M wrote:I was curious! S-
Well, that's quite fascinating! I dislike it intensely :D The leaning pole takes me right out of the frame. Is that how you see it, too, Steve, or do you like? If you like flipped, share why. Love that you are always thinking! In the meantime, I fixed the overbearing clouds. See below. Thanks much!
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Post by St3v3M » Sun Dec 03, 2017 11:32 pm

LindaShorey wrote:Well, that's quite fascinating! I dislike it intensely :D The leaning pole takes me right out of the frame. Is that how you see it, too, Steve, or do you like? If you like flipped, share why. Love that you are always thinking! In the meantime, I fixed the overbearing clouds. See below. Thanks much!

I can't explain it, but the image seems brighter, the poles, the dirt, everything, and I don't like it for it. The psychology of left-to-right verses right-to-left is interesting.

Have you thought of making a simple portfolio and presenting these to those who might enjoy them? S-
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Post by Charles Haacker » Mon Dec 04, 2017 1:43 am

I have all three open in tabs. I don't care much for the third one, probably owing to much preferring the first two, and ultimately the second one. I like the warmth of the low sun. The first and third are much cooler but I like the warmth, appropriate or not. On the other hand, had I only seen the first one I would have loved it because it's a terrific picture, and yes, the cattywampus pole adds much by breaking the symmetry. Your carefully chosen viewpoint has all those repeating elements marching away in rigid ranks and files, except for the crooked pole! Marvelous!

I don't think scale is a problem because I don't think it matters. This could be for tomatoes or beans or something. I know how high they are but I also know how high Adams is and he looks pretty low to the ground back there. :D
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Post by LindaShorey » Mon Dec 04, 2017 2:22 pm

St3v3M wrote:I can't explain it, but the image seems brighter, the poles, the dirt, everything, and I don't like it for it. The psychology of left-to-right verses right-to-left is interesting.

Have you thought of making a simple portfolio and presenting these to those who might enjoy them? S-
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Greatly appreciate the suggestions and interest, Steve, but I want to keep my hobby fully a hobby, consisting only of shooting, editing, sharing online and by email, and sometimes printing for my walls :)

Charles Haacker wrote:...Your carefully chosen viewpoint has all those repeating elements marching away in rigid ranks and files, except for the crooked pole! Marvelous! ...
Thanks so much for your time and feedback, Chuck. Greatly appreciated! I do sometimes wish I had the volcano views they see from Goldendale (but not from the wet side, lol).
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