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Patryk

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I think it would have been better if the composition was not tilted, and just levelled, making the rope lines parallel with each other. The uniformity created sometimes leads it to be more ambiguos..and hence a little more 'abstractish' if you can say that..heh
 

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Patryk said:
I think it would have been better if the composition was not tilted, and just levelled, making the rope lines parallel with each other. The uniformity created sometimes leads it to be more ambiguos..and hence a little more 'abstractish' if you can say that..heh
Hmm, levelling the ropes lines to be parallel to each other is a good suggestion. To me, which I feel that parallel and uniformity somehow give me a "norm" shoot with the others and might become sort of those "fine arts feeling" shoots. There is no different from the rest.

This is what I feel, and it diff from each and everyone's perception.
 

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