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By cowboybebop_59  
Yummy brownies waiting for a hot cup of coffee or tea.

Tags: Food Closeup Close-up and macro Snacks Brownies

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 984 1498 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2013 3:56PM
You don't give any narrative as to what this is intended for, but I see that you classify your level as Semi Pro, so I assume that this is for a café's display or advertising? It's very inviting (first thought - yes please!), but I would suggest cropping the sides, the lighter bits and those green patches are a distraction.
A lot of the cake is quite soft, I'd like to see greater depth of field - food imagery like this really needs to be tactile, tasteable. As though I could reach out and pick up a bit.

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Chinga Plus
5 3 1 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2013 5:33PM
GrinGrin Looks delicious...
paulbroad 9 116 1064 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2013 6:14PM
This has to be an advertising shot for a cafe? Actually, not sure the brownies look that appetising. Possibly a bit too close.

iancrowson 6 211 142 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2013 6:21PM
Yes, I do fancy a brownie.
Do a mod which addresses Moira's point, also brightened and sharpened a little.
The bits of white would be off putting to the brownie eater.
Main issue is the layout of the cakes, you could try a layout on a plate showing pieces. The effect here is a pile of brown which is difficult to make out just what they area.
Still a tempting image,regards
mrswoolybill Plus
9 984 1498 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2013 6:34PM
Just one further thought - along with a lot of older people I often have difficulty in reading white script against a coloured background, it's a problem that seems to increase with age. The lettering isn't as difficult to read as is sometimes the case, but it has a cramped feel, a broader font would be easier to read.

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