Thomas De Franzoni's picture

Ad un Passo dal Paradiso

It's really a fantastic place, so peaceful and relaxing in the late afternoon in the mid season. It's always worth to go there, it's magic!

Canon 6D
16mm · f/16.0 · 1/2s · ISO 100
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Gil Gamesh's picture

This is an excellent example of why landscape photograph with foreground detail hanging from branches, a tree, has to be studied very carefully.

look at the middle left branch, it is intruding in to the mountainside, had you lowered the camera position just a small amount, you would have achieved separation between foreground and background, as such the photograph fails this simple compositional litmus test I’m afraid.

Thomas De Franzoni's picture

I pay attention on the right branch that almost touches the 'nose' of the Mountain... It is not possible to have everything in the right position... Of course I could with Photoshop modify something but I preferred to leave it as it was.