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22 Mar 2013 5:37AM
Great work.

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22 Mar 2013 10:01AM
A rather elegant composition which works well in your chosen format.

widtink Plus
4 406 2 Scotland
22 Mar 2013 2:37PM
Great image quite sophisticated looking.................. a beer would do me Wink x

23 Mar 2013 12:18PM
Great Image

23 Mar 2013 12:41PM
Nice work
Lovely b&w image
23 Mar 2013 1:26PM

That black stick on top of the glass is a killer. I like the concept to make everything else black and white and keep the lemon yellow. But I think the photo could have had more impact if it was shot vertically and contained all of the glass, including its shape (it could still contain -just some of- the bar background). Please crop from the left a hair thin white line on the left bottom, it spoils your image. But not as much as what lies on the opposite side. Do I see a bar-tender on the right? I see a vague shape resembling the Elephant Man in a new cross gender version. Have I had too many last night?
23 Mar 2013 1:33PM
it needs some crop alright, and a vertical shot would be awesome. I was working when I took the picture, so I didn't pay much attention to it.
well said though Wink
23 Mar 2013 2:07PM
I bet it went quickly down someone's throat, it is nicely spotted as a potent image.
Being "always ready" is a good photographer's trait.
23 Mar 2013 2:22PM

Quote:and contained all of the glass, including its shape
Quote: oops I shuld have written base not shape...


25 Mar 2013 8:34AM
I like the arty way you have captured the glass with drink . the splash of yellow in the mono adds a little something extra to the photograph. GrinGrin
I love the B & W contrast to the yellow... excellent image!
Excellent image. Simple idea but with lots going on in the foreground. Love it SmileSmile
FionaB Plus
10 11 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2013 11:38AM
a great example of when selective colour works and works well!

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