Updated Mar, 12th 2013
A walk through Central Park
Finally we had a great day of sun and relatively warm weather in New York so I though central park would be a great place to take pictures for module 2
The shadow created by the trees here cuaght my eye
Being a warm day, there were a lot of people in the park. I waited a while to get a clean shot of the columns but finally had to take it with the couple as there was barely a moment when someone else wasnt clicking or admiring the beautiful ceiling
This shot was hard as the skater here was moving very fast between the cups.
The roof beams created a very interesting pattern
For the most part, I have tried to stick to the rules and apply the Golden ratio and RoT in most of my pictures. Being an amateur photographer, I can already see a huge difference in my pictures just by applying what was discussed in the video.
Frame within a Frame
I was attempting the fore-mid-background effect here but I guess the shot was taken too close
RoT & Golden Ratio
I was really fascinated by the effect created by the support beams leading upto the flag