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kerszkavet
Oct 13, 2020
     

#236
      Sorry for all the confusion caused.... !
I'll post in outtakes a shot that might help...

kerszkavet
Oct 13, 2020
     

#236
      Thanks everyone for the comments and votes. Glad you liked it. A chance photo as I realised that the cafe I was in was overlooked by a public walkway and this was the only set that had any story.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Nice view!
I think the straight-on chair is a bit lost in this picture - had you considered turning it to an angle?

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Not sure this needed the gimmick of being upside down - the differing tones and shadows would have been interesting anyway.

I think cropping some from the bottom (as it currently stands) might have helped.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Nicely bright and sharp. Autumn leaves always add an extra layer to a picture.
Do you think the cafe chose the furniture deliberately to blend in with the grass?!

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Really nice picture, tells a great story - although the bench definitely plays second fiddle to the couple. Well balanced exposure.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Interesting - definitely something different - is that the photoshop Cut Out filter?

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      I like the idea - but I think you need to be shooting at a slightly greater angle to the pew ends in order to see the separate shapes and details more clearly.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Great subject and a good composition, high in favourites.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      I like the composition and subject, and the contrast of colour. The way the furniture appears to be growing out of the planter is fun.
Sadly it is not very sharp - I imagine 1/90 was too slow for a 450mm focal length (it is far below the commonplace rule of 1/ focal length)

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      JadeO - I guess I didn't have much confidence in the strength of the picture! It wasn't going to be my entry, but it slowly grew on me. I was worried viewers might pass over it without asking those or any other questions...

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      nice lighting and composition, an inviting chair
Edited on Oct 10, 2020

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      What an interesting chair - love the detail on the back.
I would have liked to see the whole of the chair in the picture (especially as the rockers are not visible) - was an alternative position possible?

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Nice directional light picking out the detail in the woodwork.
And the table itself is a work of art.
I like the harmony of shape between the vase and the table.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      This looks quite odd without any background... would be interested to know your choice for presenting it this way.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Interesting metalwork on the chest, and good sharpness on the grain. Did you consider opening one of the doors for added interest?
I think correcting the verticals in pp, if available, could have been beneficial.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      That table looks amazing, a real work of art.
I wish that the photo showed more of it clearly - the brightness drops off too rapidly for me.
Edited on Oct 10, 2020

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      A nice scene, and a substantial piece of furniture!
Maybe raising the shadows on the bench would've helped make it more prominent.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      A lovely scene and nicely lit - that's a long exposure for even a sleeping dog!

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      I prefer the angle of your main entry - but still a great shot and a high favourite
The lighting contrast between foreground and background feels less natural, almost like a composited shot.
Edited on Oct 10, 2020

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      A lovely domestic scene, full of family stories and history.
Moving the items from the floor on the right would have helped, and maybe a touch more light on the woodwork so we can see the intricate detail better?

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      What a great subject and well composed - almost abstract shapes
Looks like it was tricky lighting - had you considered darkening the trees in pp?

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      I love the composition - the picture, lamp and table work so well together, and a straight-on shot emphasises the shapes.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Interesting idea, good to see something different.
Did you consider cropping the top to the edge of the pews, and some cloning, in order to reduce the impact of the background and increase focus on the pattern? Otherwise the lines lead my eye straight to the back.
Increasing contrast might also have helped with this single colour scheme.

kerszkavet
Oct 10, 2020
     

#236
      Good subject, especially with the autumn leaves giving a 'story.'
While it is clearly fun, I do find the sheep quite distracting...!

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