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Old 23rd February 2018
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Re: What's wrong with these pictures?

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Originally Posted by snaarman View Post
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So, heres another picture from my Hannington days.
This is another one where I'd adopt a 'less is more' approach. Unless you really want the whole Church, I'd go for a vertical crop - Spire 1/3 from the left, balanced by the yew tree, 1/3 from right. Just two of the graveyard crosses and the snowy path lead-in.

The trouble with wide-angle photos is that they often spread things out too much, and lead to a lot of empty foreground. When taking the photo, you could have zoomed in for the 'crop' I suggested.

After looking at your excellent blog, I suspect you might well have done that as well, anyway
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