Photo 101: Scale 3.0

Day 14 goal:  Convey the relative size of objects in your photos by using a carefully chosen point of view.

gnarled, bare-limbed tree in a field with a small tree in the distance

I like how the “smaller” tree in the background (actually a much larger tree) seems to be peeking out from behind the gnarled tree in the foreground.

gnarled, bare-limbed tree in a field with other two other trees

The tree on the left is actually the shortest tree in the field.


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!

Scale 2.0 — A relaxing trip to the 1884 Wildwood Bed and Breakfast in Hot Springs, Arkansas, provided the scene for these photos.

Scale 1.0 — I had fun creating an illusion with apples and oranges for this theme the first time I participated in Photo 101.


4 thoughts on “Photo 101: Scale 3.0

  1. I enjoyed looking back at your 2 past posts. Loved reading the story of the old man sitting on the porch again. Both past posts were very good. You did a good job with this post and the trees in the field. Often photos can deceive you on the size of objects, unless you are on the scene and taking the photo. Very good job.

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