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Folds of the land lay like fabric in the late afternoon sun near Whanganui

Folds of the land lay like fabric in the late afternoon sun near Wanganui

Macro-photography with reversed lens setup.  Vintage Zeiss 50 f2.8 aus Jena lens

A reverse lens adapter with your existing lens is an inexpensive route into macro photography. A vintage Zeiss aus Jena was used in a twin lens setup .

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Sunny Afternoon - A Chance to Practice

Macrophotography of bee  www.fluffydog.pics Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of bee www.pics Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of bee  www.fluffydog.pics Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of bee www.pics Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of Gazania daisy  Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of Gazania daisy Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of fly  Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of fly Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of fly  Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

Macrophotography of fly Image copyright A L I Sims 2016

What makes a pleasing image? How do compositional elements work on the brain and how it receives and perceives visual information? We analyse the use of the Golden Rectangle, and the empathic response of our brain to analyse what people are doing in an image. And we look at how re-orienting the image can change how our brain processes visual information.Picture

Let's look at the landscape image above. At first glance your eye is probably attracted to the darker area with the people. It's a slightly unusual perspective, but their head are higher than their feet in the image, and your brain should make the assum

Can you look at this street portrait without feeling happy.  Notice how the subject's emotion has transferred to you.  Unless you're having a particularly bad day, I bet you're smiling, and even then the subject's happiness is still infectious.  They say that great art evokes an emotion or response.  In Picture

They say that great art evokes an emotion or response. In photojournalism and street photography we can (as mentioned in previous posts) tap into how our brains are wired. For most of us, we are programmed to read body language, whether consciously or n