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WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

Tips and TricksLast week I wrote a Tips and Tricks post on how to set up your photo with regard to the perspective you want.  Anyhow, this week’s WordPress Challenge is perspective, so I thought I would display a snowmobile photo I really like.  This photo I’m showing how you can crop to get a different perspective on what you want to photograph.  This photo was taken at the golden hour (near sunset) and I loved that this snowmobile was stored on top of a storage car.  Remember to always set your camera a high resolution, it makes cropping so much easier because you generally will always have a quality resolution.

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This last photo is of the snowmobile itself.  It could be anywhere.

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  1. I’m not much of a fan of cropping. I think its better to crop within the camera to start with for a couple of reasons. First, even if you’re shooting in RAW, you’re going to lose a lot of pixels when you crop and it will limit what you can ultimately do with the image. Second, if you are planning to print the image, cropping causes all kinds of problems in filling up the paper and eventually framing it. Sure, I’ve cropped and sometimes quite a bit but I’ve taken to avoiding it at all costs. Just my perspective.


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