[Bf-committers] I think this should be added
rishel.nick at gmail.com
Sat Oct 6 06:49:20 CEST 2012
It is important to note that having read that article, you are
psychologically predisposed to believe it. You would get better information
on whether your results are what you think they are if you tried some
double blind studies. Put the image you cropped randomly next to the image
taken, and ask people which looks better. In addition, you could
intentionally crop an image to not conform to this rule - perhaps instead
to the Fibonacci Spiral - and ask viewers to rate the 3 randomly sorted
images. You would be the first person who conduct such research, there
seems to be more actual studies done to confirm this method.
The prediction would be that an image that is close, but not fully
conforming to the Diagonal Method would be more appealing without guide
Have fun. :)
On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 12:34 AM, Knapp <magick.crow at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 1:49 AM, Harley Acheson <harley.acheson at gmail.com>
> > That article is hilarious. Of the four possible square diagonals it is
> > amazing
> > how often he cherry-picks just one and finds that it is significant that
> > item of interest is somewhere along that line.
> > For example with the Mona Lisa he draws just one of those four possible
> > lines and then marvels that it crosses her lips. no mention that the
> > three lines would have gone through nothing notable.
> > He does this for the entire article, always showing one, two, or three
> > but they are always different, selected to suit the areas of interest in
> > the image.
> > Harley
> Yes, he choose to show the line that crosses something interesting but
> have you tried cropping your own work to these lines? I have found in
> photos that I took that were hopeless that they could be made very
> "artistic" by just cutting to get the interesting points on the lines.
> It worked for me. It does not work with 1/3 lines. Also note that 1 to
> 1.5mm on A4 paper is quite a tight standard and you can see it in
> almost any picture that you try it with that is made by a top pro. You
> can't do that with golden or with 1/3 lines, try it. Anyway, I still
> think it should be included. We have everything else.
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