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Little things can make or break an image. Straight horizontal lines in a photograph can be extremely destructive to the flow of a composition. This photograph would not work if it were not for the three diagonal lines in the sky. The diagonal lines get the viewer’s eyes moving around the photograph and lead one’s attention to the lighthouse. D7000, F22 at 1/30, 100 ISO, 70-200mm lens at 185mm

Ludington Trails


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