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    Criticisms Please ...
    Thanks

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    i'm a newbie but i think this picture. the foreground abit too 'crowded'.. and maybe a tighter crop. behind abit empty.

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    Default Re: Wine Glasses~

    i cant tell these are wine glasses!

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    Hmmm... you might wanna show more of the body... the curves of the glasses

    Other then that its ok. With still life & abstract its pretty much up to you how you want to present your subject

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    no strong anchor of interest. something to break up the pattern alittle. a pattern by itself is useless, u need colour, tonality. eg. to spruce up the image, drop a colourful cocktail umbrella in the central wineglass.

    u should consider converting b&w since e glasses are colourless.

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    Default Re: Wine Glasses~

    The lighting setup you chose makes the shot look very messy and unorganized.
    It looks like you tried the traditional strip-light-on-one-side way of lighting which, in this instance caused each glass to have a reflection of the glasses around it.
    Having no point of focus/ attraction weakens the shot. Imagine this: place a cherry in one of the glasses, zoom out a little, bring your camera a little higher, and focus your shot on the cherry. The cherry would add a very strong point of focus to an otherwise B&W shot, which will look really cool.
    Last edited by Heartshape; 8th January 2006 at 11:14 PM.

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    Thanks for the generous critiques guys...
    I'll make a point to improve my shots with these pointers in mind

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