“The Photo Grid; “Morning before Sun”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Grid.”

I often superimpose a mental grid over my view screen to help with composition, layout and centering of the photo. This week, I used the available grids to square my morning photos.

The foot and bicycle tracks breaks the symmetry of the surrounding rails. I lowered the tripod increasing the impact the rails.

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17 responses to ““The Photo Grid; “Morning before Sun””

  1. Absolutely gorgeous photos!!! Wow! Cher xo

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      1. More than luck, my friend!! You have an eye for it! Cher xo

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  2. Gorgeous! Love the reflection of the sun on the bike trails and footprints! Absolutely priceless!

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    1. Why thank you. I’m just an amateur​ try his best. Lol! 🙂

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      1. That’s all we can do is try! It’s not much fun if we don’t ☺

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      2. For an amateur you caught an amazing shot! You did awesome!

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  3. A brilliant photo series for certain. I echo the comments of everyone … the luminescence of the wet bicycle tracks and footprints transform this from a great and beautiful photo series into one which is priceless. Deserves to be in a cycling travel magazine. Great capture and a great example of the role of perspective in photos. Thanks for the kind words as well on our similar use interpretation of a “grid” … yours are more stunning though. 🙂

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    1. Thank you, I’m just an amateur photographer. 🙂

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      1. I am as well. Just finding that taking photos is a fun experience and helps me to look at the world a little differently. Enjoy!

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  4. Stunning.

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