A couple of weeks ago I re-visited a scene I previously photographed in Where to Crop. You might like to view that image to make comparisons with today’s.
On my first visit I encountered problems that related to an inability to shoot the subject head-on: and that led to considerable problems during processing that were only resolved with the Transform tool. And as the title of that earlier post suggests, the final choice of crop was not easy.
On the second visit, I was able to shoot head-on, and what you see is a completely un-cropped image. The reflections in the glass in today’s image are, to my mind, not as interesting as in the earlier one, but overall I prefer the composition of this second view.
What do you think?