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Descending Gravitational Pull!

Pls google HC BRESSON & learn about his cropping s

19 total reviews 
Comment from cakemp55


Excellent capture with different stages of jumping. Not an easy shoot! the day looks glorious with the blue sky and clouds skimming the horizon. The water colour is so blue (yet not over coloured) and nice capture of the rocks in the foreground. Excellent framing and composition.

 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    Wowowow! Thanks for the concise & insightful review with your usual generous & inspiring rating! Thank you so much for your support & appreciation...It's greatly appreciated, too!
Comment from Photopeb


What a fun shot and enjoyable view with this capture! Love the excellent colors and saturation. Great story telling ability and center of interest! Your lighting and exposure are excellent. Great visual and initial impact. Excellent technique and technical excellence. Thanks for sharing this one!

Regards

 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    Thank you so much my friend for this encouraging insightful review & inspiring generous rating!! Thanks for the continued support...
Comment from Lilibug6


This is very nice and na great entry for the summer contest! The stop action on the children is great! I love their poses the colors are very good! The lighting is great! Very well done and best of luck in the contest! Lori

 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    Thanks so much Lori! Have a great night!
reply by Lilibug6 on 14-Jan-2018
    You to my friend=) Lori
Comment from nikman


Looks like quite a fun and grand shot entered here for the competition! Your composition is good but I would remove or crop out the two things at the top. Exposure and sharpness are good. Well done and good luck!

 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    I just re upload the original uncropped version as its not about time yet to introduce the cropping style of HC BRESSON...;-)


    Thanks for the concise & insightful review with your usual generous & inspiring rating! Thanks for the continued support...
reply by nikman on 15-Jan-2018
    Thanks!
Comment from Pamela Ruggiero


Well, I know who this is. It is my friend who helps me with the elements of composition. This photograph is full of action and life. I can just see you directing these boys to jump and their loving it o nice composition full of clarity and focus. Thank you for sharing and best of luck with this image

 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    Thank you my friend for the gorgeous review & generous rating!! Thank you so much for your support & appreciation...It's greatly appreciated, too!
Comment from karen zima


How did you get them all slightly lower than each other? I like it. I find it amazing and fun to look at. The picture is lively and well done.

 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    Serendipitous capture! One in a thousand jumps!
    Thank you my friend for the gorgeous review & generous rating!! Thanks for the continued support...
Comment from GaliaG


nice capture of the jumping children, but the stuff on the top is a distraction that should be crop out

good focus and depth of field

good luck with the contest and thanks for sharing

 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    Its called the HC BRESSON cropping! Its part of my composition so it adds dynamics & color. I won't crop that out!
Comment from Mr Jones


is really kool and with super colour, plus a wonderful feel-good factor. inded it's like a celebration of life. the placement of boddies is another strong feature, along with a fime composition.

 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    Wow! Thank you my friend for the gorgeous review & generous rating!! Thank you so much for your support & appreciation...It's greatly appreciated, too!
Comment from Life is but a dream.


Nice and I know someone is going to tell you about those things on the margin line. Do you know HC BRESSON, the world famous street photographer sliced and diced up his pictures but he always caught that emotion...and that is what you have done here and that is what is critical for this image.

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 Comment Written 14-Jan-2018


reply by the author on 14-Jan-2018
    Okay, I will be googling uncle HC BRESSON and study more of his impactful technique of slicing, dicing up & decapiitating his subject with emotional presentation & justification...;-)

    Thanks Olga for another free tutorial that I may use in my future photo ops & as my line of defense for those who do not know about this technique!