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    a b&w set

    a b&w set

    a b&w set

    a b&w set

    a b&w set

    all critique is welcome !

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    Re: a b&w set

    Hi Manthos,

    Not sure if this is also part of your theme, but I'll mention that having everything so central in each of the shots is rarely 'the best thing'.

    #1 and #4 work best for me, although I'd ask others whether they think all that featureless black negative space on the right is necessary in #4, personally I'd remove it which places much greater emphasis on the shadows (and the mystery of them).

    Cheers,

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    Re: a b&w set

    The 2nd and 4th for me, Manthos, but I agree with Dave about everything being centred

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