Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Photo: Scale in Landscape Photography

I have become more tolerant of people in my landscape photography.  (I love to take people pictures in other settings.)  In some landscape photos, a person adds perspective to the scene.  This photo is a good example.

The massive scale of the rock formations in White Pocket would not be as apparent if it were not for the person in the center of this photo that Stuart took.

 And of course it is not bothersome when the person in the photo is a relative.

This week we have photos of Antigua, Guatemala, posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

1 comment:

Sharon Anck said...

That person looks like a tiny dot down there.

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