I agree there with fotch, most definitely.
"I compose within the frame I have, and not for the frame I have." There's a difference.
Originally Posted by Q.G.
I have noticed, and I am amazed at how many folks believe that the shape of the negative must dictate the shape of the final print . . . a camera that produces a square negative must have the elements arranged within the framework as to produce a print that is also square. That may not be the case here in this thread . . . but, I make a point to place the elements desired well within the limits of the "camera's view" as to give me the option to print any orientation (or shape) desired. I do like ovals so. A camera that produces a square negative can easily be used to produce a panoramic image in print, if "we can think outside the box". ;-)
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