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© Aaron Schwartz
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3 responses

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (5 Apr 2011):

    Wonderful colours.

  • John O'Brien

    John O'Brien (Deleted) said (1 May 2011):

    Aaron, I like your composition here a lot. The small human figure almost lost on the broad expanse of the title 'tarmac.' Sonia responded to the colors. Many of your images appear to be rendered using 'cross processing.' If this is the case, I'm wondering if you're doing this electronically or if you shot on film. I also like another composition element in this image - your turning the frame to align the tarmac on the bias. Again, it brings up a question for me - did you do this at the sight, with the camera, or did you accomplish this later with a crop, turning the crop frame? john

  • Aaron Schwartz

    Aaron Schwartz said (2 May 2011):

    Thanks for the comment, John. One of my favourite things about photography is composing the image and I like to do that as much as possible when I frame the shot. Most of the photos I've been posting this year, including this one, are taken with my iPhone, using theTripod app to avoid camera motion. Processing, if any, I do in my iPhone using one or more apps including Lo-mob, PhotoForge (for cropping and/or levels), TiltShiftGen (rarely) and BestCamera. For this "tarmac" image, I used only Lo-mob and did not need to crop or rotate the image.

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