When I walked to the nearest subway station, I found that morning sunlight is shining on yellow leaves of a ginko tree. I tried to take a photograph of them by my iPhone.
I wanted to express the contrast between yellow color of ginko leaves and blue color of the clear sky of early winter. Ginko tree was so big that it ran over from the finder of my iPhone, and I was disappointed with this photograph.
Another day, I went to Kishimojin shrine, which is ten minutes walk from my house. There was a huge ginko tree with full of bright yellow leaves. Of course, I could not take a photograph of its whole image by my iPhone, so I wondered how to crop it.
Just under this tree, yellow leaves were paved like a yellow carpet. I shot a photograph of the yellow leaves just on the ground. I like the contrast between light and shadow on the yellow leaves and between yellow color of leaves and red color of the Shinto gate.
I looked up and I found sunlight through yellow leaves. I closed up the sunlight, and I took a photograph that was full of yellow color.
In the end, I love this photograph best. I realize that it is most important how to crop image, when I take a photograph.