Bottle Caps

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  1. Kweaver

    Kweaver TPF Noob!

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    Boredom in the summer with a tripod.
    Canon 20D
    f 22, around 20secs
    ISO 100 55mm
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    By iyktyn, shot with Canon EOS 20D at 2007-07-25
     
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    very good quality of image, and also very appealing with all of the different colors. well done
     
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    Very good depth of field, colour and lighting, but from a compositional standpoint it seems too random. There should be a centre of interest or perhaps one bottle cap that your eye locks on, rather than just flitting around the image.

    This can be done in several subtle ways by using placement, colour, lighting or sharpness to direct the eye to one area of the image. Even one bottle cap up side up, directly facing the viewer, while all the others are on an angle would draw attention.

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