[Closed] Photo Theme Challenge #1 [Deadline: Wednesday, June 14]
Have you heard that you should always use the rule of thirds? Well, not in this challenge! The theme here is central composition. Your photo should have a subject that is placed in or near the center.
Submit your photo in this thread!
Nice idea with the weekly challanges!
My photo doesn't have a subject in the strict sense that is placed at the center, but the viewer's attention is definitely drawn to the center, so I guess it qualifies as "central composition".
The photo was taken in northern Norway, in the mouth of Tana river area, in February 2017.
Nikon D800 + 24-120mm f/4 @ 28mm, ISO 100, 1/400, f/8
Far, but centered ;)
Les Sables d'Olonne, France, September 12 2022
Z7ii, Z 100-400 @400mm, Dec 11th 2022
A7R5, Tamron 28-200 (55mm), f/8 - Chicago's Aon Center (formerly known as the Amoco building)
Well, this is going to be fun!
Would have liked that composition to be just a bit different, but I was already standing on my toes, holding up the camera as far as I could.. Simply couldn't get any higher.. And I'm not exactly a small person, either. ;)
Posted as a link because apparently I'm not yet allowed to upload images.. Hardly surprising, considering I'm more the lurker type that hardly ever posts stuff.. ;)
Framed - Moon by Traffic Light.
Thanks & Regards.
There are no rules in art and since photography is an art... you can guess the rest :-)
As for the image: captured on a morning a bit after sunrise. Z6II, Z24-70 f4 @ 28mm, f8, 1/200s. I opted for a 16:9 ratio which works better than the std 3:2 ratio in this case.
I was walking along the Brooklyn Promenade early in the morning when I looked up a sidewalk just at the right time.
Taken on a Canon T3i with kit lens, 55-250mm. Some patenice was required, also a little luck since that really wasn't a macro lens.
Looking southwest near summit of Mt. Evans. Mt Bearstadt in background.
My better half taken at our neighborhood park on a day the clouds looked outstanding.