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Take II by BradLeeDaleNorth Take II by BradLeeDaleNorth
Here is a portrait take on lake 27, same evening as my last submission. The sun gives us a little more of a peepshow this time, right before she drops below the treeline.

I've heard that men in general choose to shoot in a portrait orientation more than women. I do know for a fact that I find myself immediately composing in this fashion when I go to shoot. What about you? Do you favor an orientation?

Thank you for any and all favs, comments, and critiques!!
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BradLeeDaleNorth Oct 13, 2011  Professional Photographer
Thank you for the comments!
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:iconart-is-a-key:
so beautiful! I love the view and the scenery. great picture!
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BradLeeDaleNorth Sep 8, 2011  Professional Photographer
Thank you so very much for your lovely comment!
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:iconart-is-a-key:
you're welcome!
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:iconalban-expressed:
This works better than the other one for me. I am not sure what I favor, but for viewing I certainly find horizontal shots much more pleasant.
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BradLeeDaleNorth Aug 18, 2011  Professional Photographer
Thank you for the comment and reply Alban!
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:iconokavanga:
Another cracking composition - lake shore on a third, Sun on a double third, foreground interest to create good DoF, and points of interest in all four corners.

As for portrait/landscape I think most of my shots are in landscape mode, but I might try counting. I don't see why men would prefer one over the other compared to women.

Cheers

David
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BradLeeDaleNorth Aug 18, 2011  Professional Photographer
I always look forward to your comments, thank you so much David!

I'm not too sure why men would prefer that style more either, it was just something I had read a while back that stuck with me.
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