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    The Faluda

    For your view and reviews...
    [img]The Faluda
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    Re: The Faluda

    Hi Nandakumar,

    Makes me hungry looking at it but I find the chair and table competing too much for attention. Try getting in closer and get it up upright.

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    Re: The Faluda

    Great shot, but I agree, chair is competing for our attention. Maybe crop off the bottom of image beginning halfway through table edge at its rightmost extent.

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    Re: The Faluda

    Mmmm, it makes me wish I was sitting in the chair with spoon in hand
    I do agree with the two comments above; ideally no chair when the photo was taken, but now a crop to stop our eye from being drawn downwards by the colour and pattern contrast. I do like the angle the photo was shot at though.
    The other element I am finding a tad distracting is the noise in the image. Ideally when it was taken, perhaps consider a somewhat slower shutter to 1/60 or 1/100th and reduce the ISO needed for the exposure. Though maybe now a layer mask can be used to smooth the background noise while maintaining sharpness in the dessert itself.

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    Re: The Faluda

    Quote Originally Posted by Stagecoach View Post
    Hi Nandakumar,

    Makes me hungry looking at it but I find the chair and table competing too much for attention. Try getting in closer and get it up upright.
    Thank you Stagecoach,
    This was an unplanned shot of the Faluda i had ordered
    Only when it was there i thought of a snap; i could not do much of background settings nor in camera, since i had to finish the process to esape the curious eyes around
    I am really thankful about your suggestion though, which i can keep in mind
    Regards

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    Re: The Faluda

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Curtis View Post
    Great shot, but I agree, chair is competing for our attention. Maybe crop off the bottom of image beginning halfway through table edge at its rightmost extent.
    Ken C sir,
    thank you very much...i will work on that suggestion
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    Re: The Faluda

    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoByTrace View Post
    Mmmm, it makes me wish I was sitting in the chair with spoon in hand
    I do agree with the two comments above; ideally no chair when the photo was taken, but now a crop to stop our eye from being drawn downwards by the colour and pattern contrast. I do like the angle the photo was shot at though.
    The other element I am finding a tad distracting is the noise in the image. Ideally when it was taken, perhaps consider a somewhat slower shutter to 1/60 or 1/100th and reduce the ISO needed for the exposure. Though maybe now a layer mask can be used to smooth the background noise while maintaining sharpness in the dessert itself.
    I am very happy about your liberal analysis with care. I am not that good in PS; that is why i don't risk images much there
    Yet i would try to familiarize myself with PS
    Regards

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