As I was shooting the foggy dawn at Lake Eildon this morning, I realised that I had composed every shoot to be ‘all inclusive’ without ‘creatively cropping’ any of the trees. Furthermore, most of my shots didn’t really show a whole lot of depth or scale.
This final shot from the series is my attempt at rectifying the above issues: some serious cropping of a nearby tree that was too big to fit into the frame with the lens I had on at the time; and the inclusion of three trees at varying distances to give the composition greater depth while also toying with scale a bit.
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