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Mrsbass 3 2 1 United Kingdom
23 May 2013 1:00PM
A very interesting study - I like the mono on this, it adds depth to the unusual shapes of the sculpture.

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widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
23 May 2013 7:49PM
Cracking mono Eleftheria SmileSmile

Rod
24 May 2013 11:26AM
Love the metal sculpture theme and the mono treatment, whilst I'm no expert, in my honest opinion, there are distractions in the frame: the chair, the poster on the wall, items behind the sculpture, the focal point. Maybe crop in tighter and try to isolate the subject matter more...Many apologies if this appears too critical. Regards Angela
derrymaine 3 17 Greece
24 May 2013 2:37PM
cropping at the right is exactly what it needs
mrswoolybill Plus
9 948 1479 United Kingdom
24 May 2013 2:59PM
A subject that just begs to be photographed. I assume that no tripod use was allowed, that's standard in museums however welcoming they are to photographers. Hence 1/15 second and a bit of camera movement as a result. It would have been better to increase the ISO in order to have allowed a faster shutter speed and a sharper image. That detail in the middle where you have focused would have emerged as more dramatic.
I like the way this drifts in and out of focus, I agree with Angela about a crop though - the bits of 'real world' on the right are a distraction.
Moira
12 Jun 2013 11:56AM
I like the fact you used a lower shutter speed, it gives dynamic... interesting perspective. I agree with a bit of cropping, yes. Otherwise it's very nice.

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