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Bad Apple

Took this photo after the shoot was over, when I noticed the apple tree. (Photographer:me, Model: Ruby)

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I like the idea, but a tighter crop (IMO) would add the emotional element that's needed.

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Nice shot . . . . I love those "afterthoughts"!!! Sometimes turn out better then all the planned ones!
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Originally Posted by arbib
I like the idea, but a tighter crop (IMO) would add the emotional element that's needed.
The crop is that way because thats the last in a short series where the first she is looking at the apple hanging on the tree. I wanted to show more of the apples laying on the ground uneaten. In the single shot context you may be right though.. [shrug]

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Originally Posted by BobEdens
The crop is that way because thats the last in a short series where the first she is looking at the apple hanging on the tree. I wanted to show more of the apples laying on the ground uneaten. In the single shot context you may be right though.. [shrug]

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Yes, I understand.. In a series, there would be a story to be told, and in that case..you already have a close up anyway, just not this pose..cool...
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IMO, a tighter crop would me more effective this this shot. In the matter of fact, a tighter crop on the entire series would be more effective. This is how I see this picture:

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11-24-2008
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Actually I like the broader view of the original better. It carries better bokeh and give more of a feeling of devestation and sadness, while the cropped picture shows the model better, I don;t think it carries the message of the image as well.

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