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I\'m confused by your title. Actually, I think it\'s my favorite photograph that I\'ve seen that you have taken.
Actually, I am referring to the well-worn checklist often used for critiques ( I include myself in this): leading lines, absence of subject, lacks sharpness, no place for eye to land, etc. On a holistic level I find the concept interesting, and as I alluded to above, a break from my (probably) routine, boring images.
Glad you like the image/concept.
By softness, do you mean focus or contrast?
Focus - enlarge much and the image falls apart.
Tell me what rules you think you\'ve ignored or broken.
Noted above, but in a book ( see note below ) on composition I\'ve read, after 6 or so chapters on composition, the author suggests, and I paraphrase, \"now we have the rules, but there is nothing requiring they be followed\". I find myself drawn to this cluster of green clover every time I see it (in the back yard) just \"knowing\" that there is an image there - if only I can find it.
Short story - trying to drag myself out of a rather deep rut.
[bold] [EDIT] [/bold] Freeman, Michael The Photographer\'s Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photography