251. Me, my home and Mother Nature
Photo By: Manoj Rokka
Posted Date: 12th Aug
Nepal is a predominantly hilly country. One has to visit it’s wonderous and heavenly hills to experience the true beauty of Nepal. Most of this region is still untouched by modernity and majority of the people here still live the simple village life.
This picture was captured on the way to Yarmsing Gadi. While trying to capture the girl’s photograph, she just ran away towards her home. It seems that she was just happy with her life away from so called crowded modern city.
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Scenery is beautiful and water fall is lovely but the way this picture was composed is not correct. Line of the roofs should be parallel (horizontal) to the ground and the electric pole need to look upright, not inclined to the right. This is the reason why this picture gives an uneasy feeling while viewing.
Manoj could avoid this error when he took this picture by holding camera in a correct level. This certainly is the right option. Second best option is to use Photoshop, rotate the picture about 6.5 degree to the left and crop it proportionally. (Try it yourself and see the final result.)
A village girl (who seems aware of the photographer) gave this landscape picture a final touch but description somewhat tries to make her as its main ‘subject’. Besides every camera on Earth has its certain limitations what it can capture and what not. So it’s always good to have clear idea on such limitations before we use it.