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    Textures and tones

    I haven't posted here in a while. Please comment.

    Textures and tones

    Textures and tones

    Textures and tones

    Thank you for looking and commenting.

    Marie

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    Re: Textures and tones

    Marie

    Great to see you here again.

    Silly to select one out of three lovely images as a favourite, but the second one immediately grabbed my attention .... and held onto it.

    For me, the first one is affected by the text cutting across the top most part of the plant. Whereas on the second one, the text on the right clipping the plant doesn't seem to matter. Maybe it's juts that much more obvious in the first one.

    I feel in the second one that all the colours and tones throughout the whole image just work so well in harmony.

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    Re: Textures and tones

    I have to echo Donald here - that second one hits dead on. The only thing I think it needs is the stuff in the bottom right corner to be cloned out. Then I think you have a shot I could easily see being used as a full page magazine ad (I mean that as a compliment of course) - I don't know it would be advertising, but it would sell...

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    Re: Textures and tones

    Hi Bill! Hi Donald!

    Thank you for the critique. I will see if I can clone out the stuff lower right.

    Marie

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    Re: Textures and tones

    But when I block out the distracting text, that first one also looks good.

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