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    haven't done any similar shots before, but just looking at it, personally I feel some of the DOF is too shallow, eg only part of the brand name is in focus. just my 2 cents.
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    Interesting and quirky choice of subjects.
    The San Remo image isn't too bad. The soft wavy feel reminds me of how I over-boil my pasta at times.
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    thanks for the comments~

    actually the san remo picture, together with the rest was an experiment in my composition studies/analyses, except that there are many viewers but many people did not say anything.

    apparently the human eye's thought to first see/notice anything that is placed in the mid-left before sweeping around the rest of the picture.

    would also appreciate the b/w tones cuz it was more or less adjusted by feel.. photoshop has just too many ways and basic conversion gives a "grey scale image" than a b/w.
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    Default Re: Groceries in Black and White

    #3 is the best of the lot. The diagonal lead-in lines of the pasta packet work well.

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    b&w is great.

    #2 may be better if sides are cropped off imo.

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