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Montbrun Castle

David_MC

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Nice looking castle. Really like the reflection too.
 

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That's a cracking image, love the reflections ... do you have any landscape versions?
 

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That's a cracking image, love the reflections ... do you have any landscape versions?
Unfortunately not - two reasons

1. The owners car would hit the frame.
2. There's quite a lot of mess further to the left. Framing landscape you'd get some ugly folliage.

That said - I shot 35mm here and it's left me with a very restricted aspect ratio - either 2x3 or this 5x7 and IMHO the 2x3 feels less crowded in the frame but it's quite a skinny frame.

I wish I'd shot maybe 24mm landscape then cropped square removing the **** either side. But I didn't think of that at the time, I did after when I got back home and well...2020 means I won't be back to test my theory.
 

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Quote "
Unfortunately not - two reasons

1. The owners car would hit the frame.
2. There's quite a lot of mess further to the left. Framing landscape you'd get some ugly folliage."

1. Tell him to move it.
2. Chain saw.

:cool: :D:grin:
 
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