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      1. It’s all trial and error, isn’t it? But when we are trying something, we are learning. And even if it doesn’t fit the challenge, you still produced a lovely image with a powerful impact and a story. I think every photograph is open to interpretation (based on the viewer’s own mood at the time). To me, it is ‘fading into darkness’…

      2. Thank you Kelly. I enjoyed reading your reflections…it offer a spoon of thought for me to mentally digest…a thoughtful gift.

  1. The height of calmness captured in a low key! Buddha preached about “Darkness to light” and perfectly depicted here. The breathing space also makes sense to me. But for the purpose of our session on “Rim light,” I am afraid that it may not be called rim light technically. Rim light is when you have a light on the rim or the edges, and lighting will be a sharp line with enhanced highlights. In this case, it’s a side-lit image.

    This critique is part of XDrive’s Photography Learning sessions. Thank you for being here.
    Raj

    1. Thank you for clarifying the difference between side light and rim light. It is interesting to note that where there are times when one seeks to create an image with “rim light” when I often struggle with halos…which are sorta like rim lights. 🙂 Just not intentional 🙂 Thank you

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