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Just in time

By DiegoSuarezP

Tags: Art Digital art

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Sooty_1 6 1.5k 219 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2012 9:01PM
Ummm...welcome to EPZ, but not sure why this is in the critique gallery?

Did you create the artwork?

Nick

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pablophotographer 5 631 255
9 Sep 2012 10:08PM
Welcome Diego.

If you don't mind the critique.... I would say it would be good to tick the boxes that show the camera settings, so people can be more precise in suggesting you ways to improve your pictures.

On this one I can only speak about format, framing, composition. focusing and colours.

I see that the format makes use of the light coming from the left, it looks natural rather than artificial and the format makes good use of space light by it. Further to the left the wall seems darker.

The size of the picture is 3x2 (3 times for the height of the pic and 2 for the width). Note that your picture on the wall is 3x2 but this time is 3 times for the length ad 2 times for the height.
You could also follow the pattern of the picture on the wall, it seems it would satisfy the rule of the thirds, keeping the theme on one third of the side of the picture , rather than just in the middle.

You could have used the wallpaper lines to align your picture I think. You see the wallpaper line that runs to the bottom right corner starts not from the top right corner, but from a place further in your picture. This way may had excluded the part of the ceiling visible on the top left corner/ You could shoot it from the same height of the frame to avoid this.

Focusing is clear and sharp.

The black frame and the grid matches with the colours of the wallpaper...but the pictures.... it is a personal matter; I may had this frame and pictures on a white wall. Another solution more drastic is turn the picture in black and white. If you have the software, go for it, it's good to experiment.
paulbroad 8 114 1034 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2012 5:01PM
No details to go on. Not sure what you are showing us here? A bit under exposed but the content is confusing.

Paul

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