The float


Wednesday 28 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Subject distance and a change of composition alters the entire image as we all know. I love to compare two or three shots of the same subject, but with differences of scale and background. In this first shot, we have a close-up of a rope or fishing net float…




And then here in this second shot, the wider picture tells of a different scene. Both interesting I feel, yet totally different. What’s your preference?




12 thoughts on “The float

  1. joannesisco says:

    The second one has my vote too. I like the background mountains and the sense of openness.

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  2. AnnetteM says:

    This photo looks fantastic cropped to a square – see my email.

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  3. Hey Spike, I’m the second image .. There’s a story there 😀

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  4. wareynolds1 says:

    I like the dramatic cloud, the two abstract islands and the way the foamy edge of the wave draws the eye into the second picture. The ring of reflecting light on the “float” gives balance to the picture.

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  5. lindasblogs says:

    The second one shows the mountains in the distance, what a lovely place!

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