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Travel Photography | Jodhpur | Rajasthan | Sardar Market

© 2010 Wazari Wazir | Rajasthan | Jodhpur | Sardar Market

© 2010 Wazari Wazir | Rajasthan | Jodhpur | Sardar Market

© 2010 Wazari Wazir | Rajasthan | Jodhpur | Sardar Market

© 2010 Wazari Wazir | Rajasthan | Jodhpur | Sardar Market

Just a quick update here, I don’t want to talk too much about this place but about composition, when I found a great place that I think will make great subject for my photograph, like for an example this place, usually I will need other subject to filled the frame, in this case the people on the motorcycle, luckily I don’t have to wait for too long for anything to pass by, simply because this area in Sardar Market are quite busy with people going here and there, I guess if I have wait a little bit longer maybe I can captured an elephant or camel passing through but time is not on my side.

When you found a great place to photographed, a historical or beautiful building for an example, it is good to include a human element or maybe an animal, so that people can relate into it, it is also a creative way to have a sense of scale of that place or building, when people looking at your picture, they will immediately have an idea about how tall or big the building or monument is, otherwise people will just make a wild guess about the size of that particular building.

For an example, the picture on top, where you can see people walking towards  the clock tower and the motorcycle passing in front of it, by including those element, people will have an idea about the size of the clock tower, how tall or how big it is. Most of the times, with the right angle or composition, with the right subject or elements that filled the frame, you don’t really need much words to explain a things, that’s when a picture is really worth a thousands words.

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KNizam - tahniah sebab ada travelogue yg lengkap. best baca tulisan saudara. keep on writing ya! boleh buat buku ni nanti. hehe 🙂

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