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Reflections in an Arcade

By centur
Basic enhancements done to this one...Also I would appreciate some very critical "advice" I actualy entered this image in a comp this year my first one..The Canon Comp....what a nerve I had ...lol ...well I am keen at least Wink
Needless to say I didn't get a mention ..oh well back to the "drawing board"

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railton 18 304
30 Dec 2002 8:18PM
Perhaps the mirror you are shooting through was a reflection too far? By this I mean there seems to be a slight mask over the picture. I fully realise this is the integral part of your theme which brings me back to my first line. An interesting idea but sadly I feel the shop window subjects do not provide enough interest to hold the average viewer and competition judges tend to need a slap in the face for your submission to gain attention. Just a few thoughts, others may disagree. John Tindall.
pablo perez 18 67
31 Dec 2002 4:19AM
this is the first of your images i saw and it caught my eye,i have been viewing it since then.it is not completely processed in mymind yet.it is extremely enigmatic.the "first impression" simple perspective is totally transformed with the whole reflection covering the image,it has so many levels in perspective depiction,and personally i find it connected to pop culture depiction on malls an fast foods and brand logos (ive dono some work on that).
there is a face reflected on the surface of the image,it achieves that soft effect as when you look at a mirror in front of a mirror,i fin it extremely complex.i would very much like to see a new digital version of this image (not meaning to tell you what to do,just thinking out loud) which would focus on the first layer reflections and the face,setting the mall completely into the background.
pablo perez 18 67
1 Jan 2003 6:50PM
i just would love to sample this and experiment with that reflexion layer.
the letters on the display are inverted!
its full of strange details.

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