19th May 2006, 04:41 AM
20th May 2006, 12:00 AM
The words in blue are very 'outstanding'
it caught my attention almost the same time as the rose.
but somehow, i felt that it could be better if u make it a portrait rather than a landscape.
reason is because if the words are so obvious, the view shld be smooth. if u tiled it, the feeling just won't flow smoothly..
not very good with words.. hoped u understand wht i'm trying to say.. if not, hoped that some expert can help me out on this..
20th May 2006, 12:41 AM
20th May 2006, 12:55 AM
If you're using this shot to advertise for the musical, there's nothing wrong with making the words more prominent. It's a matter of priority.
Of course, try to angle the words so they're more comfortable to read.
And I don't watch musicals. Photography is as far as I venture into the field of arts.
20th May 2006, 08:38 AM
many things need to be improved on ...
1. the position of the title is extremely uncomfortable for reading, to make it worse the bright baby blue colour screaming for attention distracts badly
2. the form of the rose is too messy at this angle
3. the words on the ribbon cutting across is having lots of unnecessary reflections, it seems not to be the best ribbon to use for the shot, change it, or remove it.
4. the translucent frame is so passť, there's nothing wrong with personal preference but i think the frame does not contribute anything to the entire composition.
21st May 2006, 06:37 AM