I do not think that Robert would be able to get another shot as good as that one. As far as learning to work with resolution, that is good advice, yet would it really make a difference in what you see? Granted the overgrowth is annoying to look through but the fact that someone or something is standing there looking at him is no longer really debatable unless we're all looking at a poster board for ghosts. lol Hi, platinumblue. Welcome to the board!
You have some really good pointers for Robert. I'm more interested in what the overall site looks like. And resolution is a very good idea here. This is no longer a matter of "right" or "wrong" (sorry, Pumpkin). It is a matter of assumptions (directly related to the italised (sp) words). This now a learning experience. An adventure of sorts.
I'm more interested in what the camera sees when looking down that barrier or walkway or whatever. I'm interested in that lead pipe or steel railing. Is it double sided....is there another railing across from it because I cannot decipher that (trouble with depth perception) How far is the fall if you walked off the edge? How tall is it really and if you fell, are you dead from a cracked skull or a broken neck? There are at least another twenty questions that I can't bring to mind because I'm not there.
At any rate, all of my questions revolve around whether that is a double sided walkway. If it's not...my questioning continues.
And I want to read what Snowlord has to say to us about it as he takes us on a walk that allows us to see through the eyes of a photographer. I have a deep appreciation for what his experienced eye sees.
I read everyone's posts. I have something to say or I don't.
It's not a matter of right or wrong, Robert. It is AN ADVENTURE!!!!! A learning experience. Get with the program.