Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #154: One Photo, Two Ways

This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #154, Tina from Travels and Trifles challenged us to share some photos taken in different ways.

I often like to experiment with photography when I’m out about, taking at least two photos standing on the same spot – trying different angles, deciding whether to go low or aim high, landscape or close up. Then as I process my photos in lightroom, sometimes, I can immediately rule out one or the other while sometimes, I just cannot decide which is better like the photos above.

I like the greenery and landscape of the photo on the right while I’m in love with the movement of the water that is emphasized in the photo on the right. 

For this pair, I’m leaning toward the photo on the left. The angle for photo on the right feels a little too narrow for my liking. I believe I might had kept this photo because I liked the composition of the shot. 

I hope you enjoyed these two pairs of photos taken different ways. 

Thank you for reading. 

4 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #154: One Photo, Two Ways

  1. I agree Yinglan – the first two images present different and interesting perspectives of the same place. In your second example I prefer the left side image and agree the right is a bit too narrow. But we don’t know until we shoot and see!

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    1. Absolutely! And often times, looking at photos at a larger screen makes me feel different then when I look at it on the smaller screen of the camera.


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