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Grand Prismatic Spring "B"
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Image Title:  Grand Prismatic Spring "B"
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 By: davide lupo-pasini  
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Photographer davide lupo-pasini  davide lupo-pasini {Karma:8079}
Project N/A Camera Model Canon EOS 10D
Categories Landscape
Film Format
Portfolio usa 2004
Lens Canon  16-35 L USM
Uploaded 3/30/2006 Film / Memory Type Lexar  1GB
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 541 Shutter 1/30
Favorites Aperture f/16
Critiques 3 Rating
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Location City -  yellowstone n.p.
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Country - United States   United States
About i need advice for choose what crop is better for this shot:pano or normal?
thank u all in advance
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There are 3 Comments in 1 Pages
Joćo F * Photography Joćo F * Photography   {K:41945} 3/31/2006
Great angle shot dear Davide!


Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 3/30/2006
Hi Davide,

I agree with you that this photo would benefit from a crop, but, comparing this one to the panoramic photo, I think the use of the photo also plays an important role.

This one shows a bit too much of the geothermical muds, yet the pano format one consises the view just a bit too much. I think the best way to crop it lies somewhere in between. But this only applies to a normal version.

I think the 2:1 ratio for the UF panoramic feature is a mean, not a purpose, and although the large size image would allow you to show more of the details (if you had enlarged it to say 1200 x 600 px), but the image is just too tight. I think the rule of thirds would be an ideal solution.

Either way, this is by all means a great shot, stunning tones, good lines and composition, and a very interesting subject....:)




Approx. app. of rule of thirds.

Mattia L. Mattia L.   {K:7625} 3/30/2006
Ciao Davide, preferisco questa come composizione rispetto al taglio panoramico, ti fa entrare maggiormente nella scena.
Ne ho anch'io di foto della Grand Prismatic, magari appena ho un attimo le posto. un saluto!




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