Better Pictures 2018

Fetish For My Feet

After laboring on the streets for challenge #2 I’m only glad to move on to challenge #3 with the subject of water and the assignment of exploring vertical and horizontal orientation.

Using the right orientation for your photos is actually a very pragmatic tip to keep in mind because it can help convey the message more effectively. On thinking about it, I realized I have a strong bias for horizontal pictures, as evidenced by those I use on this blog, but I’ve never really given it any thought until this course.

Remembering that I have a lot of pictures of water in my files and wanting to check if I had taken any vertical shots at all, I came up with this:

vertical

And then a horizontal version:

horizontal

Both were taken at the same time, and obviously with the same subject: water my feet ๐Ÿคฃ (And between you and me, I think both orientations work just fine ๐Ÿ˜„).

Well what do you think of that? I learned something new about myself today – I really like my feet! I have more pictures of them, if you want. No? Okay, your loss ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜‹

9 thoughts on “Fetish For My Feet”

  1. It seems to me, so perhaps I canโ€™t see beyond my own prejudices, that we tend to select horizontal for landscapes and vertical for most pictures of people. At least that pertains to the pictures Iโ€™ve framed and hung on my walls. Major exceptions would be waterfalls- vertical and groups of people – horizontal. Hmmm. Iโ€™m sure thereโ€™s some deep psychological truth there. What does your course say? ๐Ÿ˜‚

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    1. I think you’re on to something. It says choosing the right orientation helps convey the message more effectively. I’ve not been sensitive about this prior to this lesson.

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  2. I love my feet, my husband loves them even more. He gets very aroused when I tease him with them. I sometimes make him kiss and suck them while he explodes.
    Point is woman donโ€™t know or think about the power of them.
    Thanks
    D

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