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Niknut Plus
6 1.2k 68 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2013 8:08PM
Lovely shot !!!.....nice arrangement & lighting !!

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Dave_Collier 10 236 2 England
5 Jun 2013 8:35PM
I like #2 it has more in it to interest me and the base of the candlestick is not lost in deep shadow.
Irishkate Plus
5 33 97 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2013 9:15PM
Yes version 2 for me also.
I like the lighting and composition.
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JackAllTog Plus
7 4.4k 58 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2013 10:04PM
V1 for me, i like the shadows and the old feel to it, the grapes seem out of place with al the other objects being so old. I ike the flame its a second interest point.
Also i see V1 as having a shallower DOF drawing us onto the book, which we could read if we picked up the glasses.
kaybee 12 4.8k 25 Scotland
5 Jun 2013 10:15PM
Good choice to eat the grapes
cattyal Plus
11 7.7k 6 England
5 Jun 2013 10:35PM
Thanks folks - I'm still undecided which one I prefer - nothing new there Smile

There are considerably less grapes now than there were earlier this evening - there'll be even less by this time tomorrow!

It made quite a nice change to use that lens - I'm not sure I've used it on a still life pic before!
scrimmy Plus
7 388 5 Scotland
6 Jun 2013 2:09AM
V2 for me
AnnChown Plus
6 198 1 United Kingdom
6 Jun 2013 7:44AM
Prefer v2 too.
Ann
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
6 Jun 2013 12:41PM
I am also undecided.
They are two totally different images, and I don't think one should be chosen above the other, since they are both very good.
V1 has an ancient aura about it, and v2 looks like you dropped in on a scholar from the 1800s. The grapes aren't at all objectionable, since I'm sure they were a favorite snack in that era.
They certainly didn't have granola barsSmileSmileSmileSmile

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