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A composition of a crooked bottle with a glass of wine partly seen through a pair of glasses, digitally worked on.
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Maybe just a little to busy towards the lower part of the frame. Glasses seem (to me !) to add very little. but leave space to the left and right ! David
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Not the best Red I have ever drunk (cheap at least in australia, surprised they flog it in England, origin France(don't tell me they have started speaking to you guys across the channel - Go common market!!!) - the image
Nice image and treatment believe you could have drop the ring a tad as it forms a seperation in the image (for me) I could do without.
A bit too much space around the place.
Over all it is Ok - does look like an advert for Adobe Designer. If that is what you wanted then it worked - add the text.
Thanks for your comment. It's indeed not the best wine I have ever drunk, but it has a crooked bottle. So it's for the bottle, not for the wine. About the ring (specs): you're the second one to tell me that the picture could do without it so you must be right. Thanks for telling me.
And thank you for the compliment about the ad. The intention was indeed there.
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A striking colors here, best as an ad image. I'm a little bit confuse about the bottom ring though. Great work.
what you have wanted to describe by this image is doubtful to me.Is it an abstract one? If so it would have been better if you have selected a vertical one rather a horizontal.Although it is a good image.i am posting a modification here.
Thanks for commenting on my photo. I must admit that I didn't really want to describe something with the picture other than to make a picture worth while looking at. I can see your improvements though and I think it's better your way (much stronger). You are also right in stating that the shot needs a vertical view rather than a horisontal one.
So thanks very much for the lesson and please teach again if you feel that it is necessary.
fred i am not teaching you i just posted my view. you are better photographer than me. as i am a lawyer i always wants to interpret the subject that was why i have suggested you for better interpretation.
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