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HTCahHTC

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just my two cents worth. i think a tighter crop will help, as the right side of the photo is too empty.
 

sprintist

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this picture might work better with central composition and maybe a slight tilt or without. the use of negative space didnt work, created more tension on the left and nothing to balance on the right. i like the gentle bw tones, its great and well capture too.
 

calebk

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just my two cents worth. i think a tighter crop will help, as the right side of the photo is too empty.
this picture might work better with central composition and maybe a slight tilt or without. the use of negative space didnt work, created more tension on the left and nothing to balance on the right. i like the gentle bw tones, its great and well capture too.
I would go with sprintist's suggestion for a center framing rather than usage of negative space on the right. The rule of thirds doesn't apply all the time either ;)

A tighter crop may be potentially uncomfortable because as it is, the baby's head is already cut off; it's not complete, so an even tighter crop may not be the best idea.
 

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