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Great dom_inik_m 2005-03-21 9:05

What I like the most here is the accumulation of shapes and lines, making your eyes going from one spot to another, discovering a new detail almost immediately something to match it in another area of the composition, wondering about the global mess before repeating this process again and again...
That's why I can't find any purpose in erasing the oblique wire in the bottom half of the picture. It brings a new perception to what would be a quite straightforward architectural shot without it; could this be a true manifestation of originality, following the thread I just read in the forum?
While most lecturers on what photography should be and how photographers should behave insist on "killing the clutter", going the opposite way is quite refreshing! *o)
Please check my workshop for other "improvements"...
PS By the way, the statue is not a replica of the Venus de Milo, but inspired by another representation of Venus, as painted by Sandro Botticelli (circa 1485) coming out of the sea on a giant scallop shell... ;-)

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Old 03-21-2005, 07:45 PM
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Of course, what a fool I am!
More tomorow, when more time

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