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12th October 2011, 03:27 AM
12th October 2011, 12:21 PM
I like that very much. The simplicity of the elements (wall, cat and door) give it its strength, in my opinion. Beautifully put together.
Originally Posted by Hero
I wondered about cropping it further, to retain the same ratio, but to lose that line of the indent on the wall running up the left hand side? I don't think that would take the cat's head too near to the left-hand side.
12th October 2011, 06:43 PM
Thanks for the feedback Donald,
I have been pondering the same thing. I already cloned out the door-handle and a few other bits an' bops, but then the repeating vertical lines struck me (small- and wide strip of the doors in the background and the small- and wide strip of the window in front) and made me crop the image as it is now. It somehow just felt correct to me.
It's a pity that I was so much lower than the cat when I took this picture. I tried to correct the perspective, but when I did the cat looked like it started to tip over, so that's the reason the lines aren't completely vertical (something to take in account next time I try to take such a picture)
Anyways, I'm pondering on putting this picture in a non-rectangular frame so it'll lose the straight reference-lines of the frame.