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Chair of a fisherman

Chair of a fisherman
Copyright ©2012, Pekka Nihtinen
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This place is along my 13km biking route from home to office. Often there is some old men fishing but one beautiful misty morning the chair was empty.

Photographer: Pekka Nihtinen
Folder: Common area
Uploaded: 06-Dec-2012 19:19 CET
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Camera: Olympus E-M5
Exposure time: 1/250
Aperture: 5
Focal length: 48mm
Lens: Zuiko 12-60mm
Focusing method: Manual
ISO: 320
White balance: Clouds
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
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Image resized to: 1000x773

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It's a very good composition - the chair vs the barely visible buildings in the background. Maybe you could try cutting off some of the left and bottom part of the image, to push the chair closer to the corner.

Alfred Molon at 21:51 CET on 06-Dec-2012 [Reply]


Do you teach photography? - I would like to be your student.
Mark Stodter

Mark Stodter at 16:08 CET on 07-Dec-2012 [Reply]

:) :) :)

I can warmly recommend two books written by British professional photographer Michael Freeman: "The Photographer´s Mind" and "The Photographer´s Eye". He has written a lot of books (check eg. at Amazon) and many of them are translated in qite a many languages. I for example the first one in Finnish and the other one in Swedish. I wouldn´t be surprised if you knew his work already, but I recommend these anyway. I read them over and over again .... well of course NOT all the time (I read other books about photogarphy too) but regularly and I find a lot of inspiration from them.
Best regards, Pekka

Mark Stodter wrote:
> Pekka,
> Do you teach photography? - I would like to be your student.
> Mark Stodter

Pekka Nihtinen at 15:30 CET on 09-Dec-2012 [Reply]

Thank you

I have ordered both books, thank you for the advice.
Mark Stodter

Mark Stodter at 17:35 CET on 09-Dec-2012 [Reply]