Thursday, November 4, 2010


Originally uploaded by Michael Slear
This image breaks compositional rules by centering the subject and having a horizon line split the image. Rules were made to be broken, right? I believe it is still successful, eliciting the emotion of a cool quiet fall morning. When photographing fog or snow or even white sandy beaches, beware of taking an average meter reading as the overall brightness of the scene will fool the meter and give you an under exposed capture.

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