I haven’t thought about that before, but I’m exactly the same! Many times I’ve given up on a photo because the subject(s) was too far from the background or in a not very flattering angle.Thanks. Found.
I almost never move things or set up a picture. I found this today and wanted a much more interesting backdrop for the hat but didn't /wouldn't move it.
Funny really as I'm very happy to edit, process and generally mess with a picture after I've taken it. Almost like everything before pressing the shutter is sacrosanct or something.
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Thanks G. I took this back when I had a 6S and used a cheap, clip-on style macro lens by ProMaster. I would have shot this in the native camera app and edited with either Lumibee or Camera+.Greg, one question: did you attach a marco and what app did you use?
And welcome to MobiTog.
Fab choices Ann. I so love sinnerjohn John’s image too. It’s one of those images that makes me wish I had discovered it. Congrats! Equally love terse Ted’s image - beautiful colors and an elegant design - and rizole ‘s - wonderfully seen and captured! Well done MobiSirs!!Despite the fact that there aren’t perhaps as many entries as usual , I still found it difficult to judge this week.
FIRST is sinnerjohn John, I just loved the extreme contrast of the ground and the cigarette butts with the umbrella and heck, it just feels so topical here in the UK this week!
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SECOND, terse . You’re a shrewd man, Ted. You know that arty farty is gonna ring a bell for me and I think this is particularly clever and nicely balanced.
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THIRD, rizole. Love what you got in the cellophane. For me it would have been even more magical if it had been cropped down to cut out the background. Clever.
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HMs to deepop David for Purgatory and to mcmillan Greg for his ant.