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  1. snoop69

    snoop69

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    Took this not so long ago & I am wondering if I should have taken it
    in landscape orientation for future ref?

    Comments & advice very welcome.

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    Kylie & Girls by Paul Wright69, on Flickr
  2. -Paul-

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    Looks good to me. I would leave it as it is.
  3. mrtoad

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    the extended arms are asking for portrait since you have them in such a good compositional arrangement
    you need to just leave this and if then you want to do any cropping at all just a bit from the bottom up to the fingers this would take out the leggy part of 'miss' on the left and keep eyes moving upwards
    cheers
    geof
  4. strax

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    I too think the portrait orientation is good. I would however consider cropping just above the hands which would leave the focus more on the faces.
  5. snoop69

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    Thanks all, you are right, it should be left as it is.
    Maybe if the girl on our left had her arm down, I could
    Have turned it landscape.
  6. Robert Davies

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    It's pretty much perfect as is.

    To turn it landscape would mean a crop just under miss on the right's chin, indeed I'm not even sure that you could get a workable landscape crop out of that image.

    I say again, it's perfect as it is.
  7. Robert Davies

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    Thinking on however, there *is* something that niggles me slightly about the pose from a mumbo-jumbo psychobabble point of view....

    Mum's back is to one of the daughters, and the other daughter is within Mum's embrace.

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