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Another attempt at landscape photography, any comments are welcomed.

 

 

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I think you're too high up and too zoomed in on the scene for this to be engaging. For any image to be interesting it needs to hold the viewer's attention. Usually that's done with subject matter, color, patterns, lines, etc. In this image I'm not getting enough of any of those, so for me it isn't going to hold my attention. 

 

There's a great book on composition by Michael Freeman. Can't recall the title right now, but it's part of a series he did some years back. I learned a lot from it just by looking at the way he diagramed his sample images. 

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