Now as Then

1 year 5 months ago #638911 by Sarit Kevesh
Very goo capture here! I like the second one though. But I agree on the point of the first shot. It's just my personal taste I guess. 


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1 year 5 months ago #638988 by John Landolfi
Thanks!


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1 year 5 months ago #638990 by GaryA
There is such slight distortion ... that either image is fine to my eye.  If I had to pick, then #2, as the distortion is so minimal that it really hasn't any affect upon the viewer (optical drama).  Consequently, to my eye, if it hasn't any or just minimal effect upon the viewer ... than why have it. 

(I could have easily made an argument the other way.)

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1 year 5 months ago #638999 by John Landolfi
Thanks for commenting. I do see a subtle, but real difference, which does have an effect, to my eye, and I would choose to keep it. But, as you say, I could easily argue the opposite...:cheer:


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1 year 5 months ago #639041 by Suni Park
Both shots are really good and I guess that it all boils down to personal taste. 


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1 year 5 months ago #639112 by John Landolfi
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1 year 5 months ago #639181 by Joshua Atkins
I prefer the first shot too. The distortion made it more dramatic because of the movement it is creating. Good job John! 


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