The second one is better in my opinion. The first shot would have worked as a landscape without the bike (or the bike farther out in the lot) but with the bike where it is it's too big of a distracting object if it isn't the focal point and it's too wide a scene if it is the focal point.
I think the second one is perfect. You have the bike in perfect focus but at f3.2 you get the nice blur starting on the right handlebar and everything behind it.
اولی خیلی بهتره. چون پهنه آسمان هم در عکس مشهود ه. در ضمن نشون میده هنوز از حضور تکنولوژی " چرخ" در زندگی مان و طبیعت مطمئن هستیم یا نه.
یا تکنولوژی در برابر پهنه آسمان چه کودکانه است.
For me definitely the first one (7mm). The tricycle seems in the same time sooo little in the environment and ready to conquer it with its big rear wheel... :)
Absolutely the first. It's much more dynamic... :)
With that depth of field it would be better to place a kid on it :D
i like the first one better, shows some perspective. what are those spots up in the clouds?
For me... 14mm!
Keep the good work?
The second one, of course!
The 17 is better for my taste. The Wider view including buildings and sky tells a better story. It's almost as if the trike was on the staring line for a day of hope and possibility. The view where the trike fills the frame is just a picture of a trike.
I tend toward the top photo, despite the distortions, it gives a sense of adventure and places to go on the trike, while the lower one is more about the trike itself; an ad, if you will.
I like your Lumix shots, the lenses are absolutely crisp.
the first one, because it looks the tricycle wants to drive to the building :-)
I like the 14mm, just for the additional context. The longer length would be my choice if your subject were a person.
Definitely the first (top, whatever) shot is better.
I think I prefer the first shot. The tricycle looks both huge and small, lost on a very wide car park, abandoned and yet the main subject of that picture.
Like both but prefer the second.
I like the second trycyle picture best, the one at 40 mm
The top one seems to have a better perspective.
I think I like the 7mm better, but they're both good in their own respect. Doesn't help me decide which to buy for my GX1. :)
definitely the first one, reminds me of the shots in "the Rubber"
"None Without Your Daughter" :-))
I like the bottom one because I can see the dirt in the tires and the detail of the pavement, so much so that I can almost hear it - the loud sound this little trike makes with small, loose rocks under the tires and the vibration of plastic parts.
Both definitely have their merits, but I'm partial to the wide angle. It gives perspective of their being a big world to explore... by tricycle. And I like the clouds. It evokes a theme of beginnings that I like (school, on the line, the age the trike would be used).
For the 40mm shot, it channels Eggleston, which doesn't really do it for me. I think I want a greener backdrop. Or your daughter checking it out... getting ready for a ride.
I like the top one better - it suggest motion for the little bike, as if it's about to tearing forward.
Kinda of reminds me of William Eggleston's Tricycle.
Guess it depends on point of view. It you want a pic of the trycyle, number 2 is best. If you want to convey abandonment , number 1 is best
I like the top one best. The space is more adventurious.
I like the wide angle better, the love the detail on the clouds and the blue sky!! it matches well with the pink on the bike ;)
همین که آسمون و ابرها توی تصویر قاب شدن
خیلی بهش ابهت میده
I like the angle on the 14mm better but the blurred background of the 40mm
I like the first one. Shows where it's going.
I am not a photographer, but, if you are concentrating on the tricycle, the second photo is better. However, I like photo #1 for its overall clearity.
the first one does it for me... It shows how much that bike has yet to conquer!!
Das erste. (The first) :-)
I love the 20mm lens so that's my pick. I own both lenses and use the 14mm more but the 2nd one is best.
I like the second one, the proportions of the trike look like the proportions of a child; large extremities on a small body. I'd like the first one better than the second if you were able to keep that character. I find the distortion distracting-- that one back wheel looks too important.
I love when the photography audience is such various! :D
The second is better i think :)
Puts the bike into perspective and contrasts and plays with different dynamics of big and small
من کلا عکس لنزهای واید رو به خاطر داستان روایی هایی که می کنن، بیشتر می پسندم، به طبع در این عکس هم چنین خواهد بود. اما دوست داشتم مثل باقی کارهای شما یک مورد تمام کننده برای عکس داشته باشیم. مثلا مردی، یا حتی کودکی دور از دوچرخه، که کمی ذهن را در ساختن داستان یاری دهد.
ممنون از عکس های زیباتون در تمام این سال ها
First one has the 'wow' factor at first glance. Second one is a bit of a 'been there done that' thing :)
The second one is strongly reminiscent of William Eggleston's Tricycle picture. It's a nice homage to the past, and a stronger picture, IMO, than the first picture.
The wide one looks ultra sharp!