Aspect ratios and compositional theory

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I’m taking the easy way out today

and sending you to a great post

by a great photographer

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It’s Planet Dahlia

An exercise in selective focus

Outdoors with ambient light

and Color Efex Pro 4′s Lighten/Darken Center filter

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Ming Thein is a commercial photographer based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

I first discovered his blog a month or two ago

His is one of only a handful of blogs to which I subscribe

His post yesterday prompted me to think -

  1. “I wish I had written that” and
  2. “Great post for tomorrow”

Enjoy Ming Thein and his wonderful article

Aspect ratios and compositional theory

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An update 2 hours after this blog was posted -

So far 7 of every 10 readers followed the link to the heart of this post

30% (the rest) weren’t interested

Only 2-3 readers follow ordinary links (those that aren’t the heart of my posts)

So this is an improvement – I guess

For the uninterested 30% -

You don’t know what you missed ;-)

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2 Responses to “Aspect ratios and compositional theory”

  1. photosclosetohome Says:

    Goodness! What a great post. Thank you for pointing it out.

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