Thursday, 14 April 2016

Postcard from Trinidad de Cuba

In the world of composition, it is important to have a clear point of view, something for the eye to lock on to; a colour, a person, an object that holds the attention of the viewer more than, say, just the record of a street scene.
I think this is particularly hard for landscape and architectural shots, but it is relevant for most image construction.  Here are a few shots from Trinidad with a specific reference to a dominant subject, or at least, clear foreground interest...

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