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Bridge to Putuo Dao #2

This is a case where I took multiple pictures of the same subject. I couldn't decide how to shoot this shot so I shot it from a few different perspectives. Sometimes photographers will 'bracket' a subject matter. Bracketing usually refers to taking the same picture with different camera settings to make sure that one of the shots captures the image correctly. In this case I 'bracketed' the photographic composition.

Upon returning home I still couldn't decide which composition I prefered. One of the other compositions is Bridge to Putuo Dao #1.


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