Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #96: Cropping the Shot

This week’s Lens-artist photo challenge is to look at cropping photographs. I do crop images pretty regularly.

Here are some examples – mostly I just like cropping some of the “noise” from the image, so I can focus on the subject a little more.

Here the cropped images just makes the subjects a little larger, and easier to see.

24 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #96: Cropping the Shot

  1. Miranda

    How clever! They are all good. I do like the middle one with the white tailed bumblebee that isn’t cropped as the colours with the blue sky behind are just beautiful xx

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  2. dust4y

    Interesting to see the effects of your techniques. Can see what you mean about removing the ‘noise’ from a picture – immediately effective.

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  3. Heyjude

    I do a lot of cropping with flowers and insects where I can’t get in close in the first place (or have the wrong lens on) but the quality of cropping a larger image can be reduced if you are not careful. OK on a phone but not necessarily on a computer screen. (Yours are all fine btw and I love the bee and blossom 😊)

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