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Photo 101: Water 3.0

 Day 3 goal:  Try orienting your camera both horizontally and vertically for the same shot.

water dripping from a fingernail, green plant in the background

Clean water is such a blessing — sweet sustenance for flora and fauna.

water dripping from a fingernail, green plant in the background

I’m having trouble deciding which orientation looks better.  Maybe the horizontal one, just because the shape of the leaf in the background is nice.

 A lot of water dripped off that finger before I captured a decent image!

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I’m always desiring to learn and improve upon my photography.  If you have the time, I’d really appreciate hearing your opinion:  Would you compare this post to the previous two and leave a comment telling me which one you like best and why?  Thanks!

Water 2.0 — These birds were unimpressed with my photographic efforts that disturbed their relaxing afternoon on a pond.

Water 1.0 — A perfectly-timed rainy day made it easy to photograph this theme the first time I participated in Photo 101.

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26 thoughts on “Photo 101: Water 3.0

  1. Both photos are good but I like the horizontal photo the best. I think it captures the water droplet better and I’m focused on it more with the fuller leaf in the background. 🙂

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    • Thanks for the input. I do like the larger water droplet in the second one, but still don’t know which photo I like best overall. I tried to catch a drop as it released from my finger, but never could catch it. My finger was finally getting so cold and wrinkled I had to give up! Lol 🙂

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