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Old Aug 16, 2007, 5:20 AM   #1
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An interesting take of the Opera House, as the foreground and midground add an extra element to the photo. When i compose shots i like to think in layers of foreground, middle and background.


An old, colonial style church.


The library of N.S.W


A side shot of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from Circular Quay.
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Old Aug 16, 2007, 10:13 AM   #2
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All are nice shots, but i like #1 & 3
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An interesting take of the Opera House, as the foreground and midground add an extra element to the photo. When i compose shots i like to think in layers of foreground, middle and background.


An old, colonial style church.


The library of N.S.W


A side shot of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from Circular Quay.
The second photograph for me please, enlarged. Would be nice to see with foliage too.

You seem to live after the definition "A photo is knowing where to stand" and you communicate that so the viewer doesn´t hesitate over his position. Hope that makes sense

Appreciate you being one of those who care about verticals and horizontals.

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