I always liked this photo. I loved the weird light from outside, and the way the moisture had collected itself on my window. But I always thought there was something wrong with the picture, something missing, something I needed to add.
Today’s challenge made me think of it in a whole new way.
Maybe it’s something I have to remove from it….making less more…
Here’s my experiment. Tell me what you think.
These two are with the smaller dark strip more centered
I like the last one. It seems so much more full and alive with detail and color. And I like that it’s a little more difficult to identify.
Thanks for this interesting challenge. Now I’ll go out there and apply these lessons to my hectic day!
15 thoughts on “Lens Artist Challenge 4/27/19 theme: Less is More”
The light is wonderfully captured. I love the final cropped image. how you crop the cropped the image. It really is so much more full and alive …
Thank you for sharing your experience, which taught me a lesson.
How cool. We both learned!!
Very cool! 🙂 🙂
I too like the final image – a very interesting capture!
I like the last one, too. Well done.
Make that unanimous. I like the final crop best as well. Playing with a photo can be so much fun, can’t it?
Yes! I never really knew. Thanks!
I like the last one best too. I almost see a ghost cat in there, with it’s paw up and mouth open. 😉
Oh my. I see it now too! How amazing would it be if it IS a ghost image. I lost my 18 year old cat right before this!
He was gray with a white soul patch and chest!!
The last one for me too!
I see a kitty silhouette in that pic!
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