I was over my friends house who lives opposite a river and saw lots of photo ops. I could see the reflections and lines that the trees were making would make a good subject matter
I experimented with turning my camera upside down, i did this because in post production i sometimes turn the image upside down. I wanted to see the effect of turning the camera itself upside down to see if it would make any difference.
No it didn’t really make much difference it was just arc ward trying to hold a heavy large camera the wrong way.
See above not much difference so i won’t be doing that again.
I was reading Outdoors Photography magazine and there was an article on creating stunning landscapes but it was more the ICM process which i use that caught my eye. Holliman wrote “The square format can be hard to work with compositionally , but it can give an image an instant “fine Art” feel, so don’t be afraid to experiment. I’ve always loved medium format and if my Bronica wasn’t broken i would be using that in my projects. So i’m going to crop to square format with this project as i think it will suit the abstract style of image.