landscape

I’m not particularly good at shooting landscapes.  I tend to lean heavily towards too much sky when framing landscapes so they always feel a bit… top heavy, I suppose.

This shot of San Francisco from Mission Dolores Park, taken in June 2014, is a good example of my “top heavy” approach; however, I did manage to crop some of the sky out to bring some more balance to the composition.

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This post is part of Blogging U’s Photo 101 Class, where I’ll be posting a photo each weekday with an interpretation of the given theme.

2 thoughts on “landscape

  1. This shot seems to fall nicely into thirds: sky over city over parkscape. Blue over stone-grey over lively green.

    There’s also a clearly defined sense of depth, too, within the image; the sky arcs up almost canopy-like over the distant city, while the greens of the trees in the park invite the viewer into the scene’s foreground. In all, a pretty awesome shot.

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