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    A little Romance

    Comments and criticisms would be appreciated


    A little Romance

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    Re: A little Romance

    Wery well done. The white background with no shadows adds a bit of mystery...

    I expect you'll get a lot of comments from the Gals! LOL!

    Now if the shot had been of shrimp and steak on the grill, and beer....

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    Re: A little Romance

    A well constructed image, Colin. The only point I'd pick up on is that the wrapping of the sweet on the right hand side is hard up against the side of the frame.

    Oh (ps) I've just noticed - That leaf you've cloned on the top right edge of the glass. It looks as if it's been pp'd. Doesn't look natural.
    Last edited by Donald; 27th May 2011 at 07:20 AM.

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    Re: A little Romance

    Hi Colin,

    Some rushed observations (first impressions);

    Might have been better shot from about twice the distance (and focal length), I think I see a little w/a distortion affecting the rim and base of the glass - I bet if you put a grid over the image, you'll see what I mean - and if I'm wrong, I'll blame being in a rush

    Not sure if it is just the close cropping, but it looks 'unbalanced', with the two vertical elements nearer to 'the thirds', I think it might be improved.

    It is a good attempt, but there is room for some improvement in lighting, but that said, the reflections in the glass don't seem to hold any unwanted content, so well done there.

    Hope that helps,

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