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Re: I'm Confused: Rule of Thirds vs. Dynamic Symmetry Grids

I think your subject placement is fine, what I see though are that the copter's blades are frozen giving a sense of hanging in space defying the laws of gravity.

A slower shutter speed would have allowed the blades to blur to give them a sense of motion while still freezing the actions of the pilot
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Old February 12th, 2016, 05:47 PM
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Re: I'm Confused: Rule of Thirds vs. Dynamic Symmetry Grids

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I think your subject placement is fine, what I see though are that the copter's blades are frozen giving a sense of hanging in space defying the laws of gravity.

A slower shutter speed would have allowed the blades to blur to give them a sense of motion while still freezing the actions of the pilot
I have to tell you, I've looked at that photo a dozen or more times and never thought once about the blades being stationary...............what may have been obvious to others at first glance, didn't register with me.

I'm beginning to see things with new eyes.................thank you.

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